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 Post subject: Greetings from a Beechnut!
PostPosted: 13 Nov 2021, 22:03 


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The admin said you were picky about members so I sent this:
I appreciate being careful with the membership. I’m a real person :D, have held and A&P since 1976, a PPL since 1991 currently own a 7AC Champ and am in the process of purchasing a B55 Baron from a good friend of mine. Oh, I even worked for Baton Rouge Aircraft (Beech dealer at the time) in 1976 and Houston Beechcraft back in 1977! I hope I’ll be an asset to the group.

Actually, I’m recently retired from a major oil company and looking to enjoy a second, if short career flying. I’m working on my commercial/inst/MULTI and have an opportunity to sit second chair corporate. It may not be for long but I have friends who have done it.

I started wrenching for my dad at 12 on lawnmowers/motorcycles/boat motors and started on dusters at 15. I’ve always loved Beechcraft and have flown and worked on many of them. Now I’ll have one of my own for a while and plan to enjoy every day. Hope we can help each other along the way.
thx Robert L Hayes


 Post subject: Re: Greetings from a Beechnut!
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2021, 12:17 

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Hi Robert, nice intro, thanks for posting. Welcome to BT! :thumbup:

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