Below are photos of a few of the volunteers who have given their time and energy to make vintageTek a successful nonprofit organization. For a more detailed list of volunteers go to http://vintagetek.org/volunteers/.
Meeting - Left to right around the backside: Bob Haas, Lorren Fletcher, Ed Sinclair, Jerry Hertel, Bruce Baur, Dan Murphy, Ahne Oosterhof, Tom Goodapple is barely visible behind Ahne, John Winkelman, Pat Green, and Phil Crosby. Dave Brown took the photo. Phil Lehwalder was there but was standing so is not visible.
1 - John Kobbe working on 545
2 - Ed Sinclair (Cofounder vintageTek)
3 - Stan Griffiths (Cofounder vintageTek)
4 - Bruce Baur and John Kobbe working on 511
5 - Bruce Baur at his Bench at the vintageTek Museum
6 - John Addis working on 1A7 in a 547 with HP 35 calculator
7 - exTek Dean Kidd visiting vintageTek
8 - Liles Garcia (Manuals Writer)
9 - Liles Garcia, Colin ??? Bruce Baur checking parts???
10 - Laverna Wruble digitizing Tek photographs
11 - Kurt Kreuger
12 - John Addis and David Wise
13 - Ahne Oosterhof and exTek visitor Russ Fillinger (July 12, 1927 - Jan 6, 2017)
14 - Jim Nesbitt fastening chalkboard at the musuem
15 - Pam Kidd and Stan Griffiths
16 - Pete Mackie created original vintageTek website
17 - Pat Green
18 - John Simmons (Current Webmaster and ex Field Engineer)
19 - Dave Brown at Octoberbest with Ed Sinclair in background
20 - Bob Hass at Octoberbest
21 - Phil Crosby at his Bench at the vintageTek Museum