Elected Positions


Daniel R. Simpson, K4DRS

Daniel was first licensed in 1996 and he now is an Amateur Extra. His primary interests are public service communications, repeater operation, and chasing WAS and DXCC. He also serves as the Emergency Coordinator for Baldwin County ARES as well as Public Information Officer and Local Government Liaison for the Georgia Section of the American Radio Relay League. His background is in teaching and human resource training. Besides ham radio, he is also active in photography.

Vice President

Hurb Ingles, W1DOG

Hurb has been licensed since 1974 and is now an Amateur Extra. He is a retired reliability engineer for a medical equipment company and previously worked for the US Army Security Agency in Advanced Electronic Systems. He is active in ARES and is an ARRL Instructor, PIO, VE, Official Observer, and Technical Specialist.As evidenced by his call, he is also an animal lover and is active in animal rescue activities in the middle Georgia area.


David C. Probst, ND4K

David was first licensed in 1988 and holds an Amateur Extra class license. He serves as the rector of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church and his ham radio interests are DXing, QRP (low power) operating, CW (Morse code) operations, Parks on the Air and Summits on the Air. He is a regular participant in the QRP Fox Hunt, the Spartan Sprint and is a member of the ARRL, SKCC, FISTS, NAQCC, SEDXC and the Jones County Amateur Radio Society.


New Ham Elmer

Assist new radio operators learn and explore the many opportunities the hobby has to offer.


Emergency Communications

Coordinate with local ARES organizations to plan, train and have the capability of operating in local, state and national emergency communications drills/disasters as needed.


Field Day and Events

Plan and conduct operations in the annual June ARRL Field Day radio contest as well as other events as directed.



Plan and conduct radio theory classes for persons interested in obtaining an amateur radio license. Coordinate with VE Testing team.


Charles Pennington, K4GK
Charles Kight, AI4UN

Public Relations

Promote the club within the community via the news media; newspapers, radio and television. Also charged with maintaining the club website and social media outlets.



Plan and direct the operation of the club two meter repeaters. The trustee of the club call signs shall be the ex-officio chairman of the Repeater Committee.


Daniel R. Simpson, K4DRS

Other Positions

Callsign Trustee

Daniel R. Simpson, K4DRS

Immediate Past Secretary-Treasurer:

Charles Kight, AI4UN


Daniel R. Simpson, K4DRS