Volunteers are the heart and soul of of non-profit organization like vintageTEK. Below is a list of volunteers, past and present, who have contributed to the success of vintageTEK. Photos of a few of the volunteers at work can be found on our Volunteer Gallery page.


Current Volunteers

  • John Addis - restoration, photo albums
  • Bruce Baur - Board member, restoration
  • Dave Brown - Board President, restoration, website
  • Micheal Cranford - 4051 rampack, PDP-11/34A restoration
  • Phil Crosby - Secretary, restoration
  • Lorren Fletcher - Treasurer
  • Liles Garcia - component inventory
  • Pat Green - Board member, museum archivist
  • Tom Goodapple - restoration, general help
  • Bob Haas - Board Chairman, restoration, eBay store,
  • Jerry Hertel - front desk, general help
  • Kurt Krueger - linux and windows computer support
  • Phil Lehwalder - restoration
  • Dan Murphy- inventory, general help
  • John Simmons – web support
  • Richard Stack - restoration
  • Ed Sinclair - co-founder, Board member, front desk

 


2018 Tektronix Day Of Caring

See the news blog for more information and photos

  • Greg Gibson and Bob Parish - part salvage and recycling
  • Gary Johnson - display exhibit area
  • Dan Knierim and Carl Matson - display cabinet construction

 


Past Volunteers

  • Steve Coan - restoration
  • Larry Correa - webstore
  • Michael Enkelis - networking and computer support
  • Stan Griffiths - co-founder, past President
  • Robert Johnson - recycling
  • Julie Kawabata - library (deceased)
  • Marge Livermore - library
  • Pete Mackie - initial website
  • Larry Mayhew - past Board member
  • Jeremy Ollis - restoration
  • Millie Scott - library (deceased)
  • Dave Squire - microfiche fundraising
  • Steve Vollum - DVD editing
  • David Wise - restoration
  • John Winkelman - past Board member
  • Laverna Wruble - photo scanning, library


Museum Relocation Help

Many of our volunteers helped relocate the museum to the Tektronix campus.  We'd also like to thank Clay Burnett, Ken Lee, and Ahne Oosterhof for their help with the move.