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 ====== Nominees for the 2019 Board of Directors Election ====== ====== Nominees for the 2019 Board of Directors Election ======
  
-This page contains list of nominees ​submitted bios and pictures for the 2019 Quelab Board of Directors'​ election. ​ Content on this page will be updated as nominations are confirmed throughout the month.+This page contains ​the list of nominees ​with submitted bios and pictures for the 2020 Quelab Board of Directors'​ election. ​ Content on this page will be updated as nominations are confirmed throughout the month.
  
-Nominations close at 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, February 8th, 2019.+Nominations close at 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, February 8th, 2020.
  
-The election is scheduled for February 16th, 2019, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Quelab & the Board will be providing food.+The election is scheduled for February 16th, 2020, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Quelab & the Board will be providing food.
  
 Here are your nominees: Here are your nominees:
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-{{:​billkriegh.jpg?​nolink&​300 |Bill Kriegh}}I am interested in being on the Board because ​dealing ​I’m interested in seeing the organization grow and become a place more folks can call “my home away from home hobby place”.  am new to QueLab – been here since November.  ​I’m running because I think have things to offer that can help without being newbie ​that wants to change everything.+{{:​billkriegh.jpg?​nolink&​300 |Bill Kriegh}}I am running for a Board of Directors seat because I’m interested in seeing the organization grow and become a place more folks can call “my home away from home maker space”.   ​was appointed Board/​officer secretary in October and wish to participate more in this facet of the organization. 
 +I‘ve ​been interested in sparktrickery ever since I stuck a knife from a silver flatware set into the control panel of my grandmothers electric stove and burned the blade in two at the ripe old age of 3 years. ​I’ve dabbled in the field in some fashion or another since.  
 +My experience includes doing tool and die work and general maintenance at place that made electronic components for Western Electric, owned and operated an electric motor rewinding business, worked for Colo DOT in the traffic signal/​electrical maint. part of traffic division – 6 ½ years as a supervisor.
  
-I‘ve been interested in sparktrickery ever since I stuck knife from a silver flatware set into the control panel of my grandmother’s electric stove and burned the blade in two at the ripe old age of 3 years.  I’ve dabbled in the field in some fashion or another since+ran my own business as an electrical contractor and have been a Colorado Licensed master electrician for 28 years. ​
  
-My experience includes doing tool and die work and general maintenance at a place that made electronic components for Western Electric, owned and operated an electric motor rewinding business, worked for Colo DOT in the traffic signal/​electrical maint. part of traffic division – ½ years as a supervisor. ​ During ​my time at CDOT I was the AFSCME Council 76 board president ​for 4 years and board member for 10 years.+I retired ​and moved to New Mexico ​6 years ago to be with my high school sweetie and will be firmly anchored here for quite while
  
-I ran my own business as an electrical contractor and have been a Colorado Licensed master electrician for 27 years. +My interests are varied and among them is electronic tinkering and model railroading. ​
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-I retired and moved to New Mexico 6 years ago to be with my high school sweetie and will be firmly anchored here for quite a while. +
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-My interests are varied and among them is electronic tinkering and model railroading.  One of the ways I used to relax is building single and dual gauge track by hand.+