People Photo Album Brian Moran, N9ADG, is a former WWDXC President, as well as the continuing Editor for the ARRL's weekly Contest Update newsletter. KZ1W, Grant Saviers, both an accomplished ham and engineer. Grant's built a killer contest station (and machine shop!) at his Redmond QTH. Darryl Holman, WW7D, is a noted Summits on the Air (SOTA) op as well as a regular Rover (Mobile) during the annual Salmon Run. K5EM, Justin McCallister Jim Hadlock, K7WA with Mike Dinkelman , N7WA, two of WWDXC's perennial contesters. W7PHO, Bill Bennett, was among the first members of the WWDXC, and net control for the 20M DX net known as the "PHO Family Hour". Bill's legacy includes the ARRL W7PHO scholarship, awarded to graduating high schoolers who hold a General Class or higher license. E51PT, Pia Taraeka, aka "Papa Pia" Mike Schone, W7NP. shows his DXCC and WAZ awards. Mike maintains the club's DXCC Ladder, posted on the web site. Adam, K7EDX, shown with 2013 co-Member of the Year Mike Fager, K7SR Adam, K7EDX, shown with 2013 co-Member of Year Rob Fanfant, N7QT Rich Stempien, W6RS and John Zantek, then-KE7B (now W7CD), at the IDXC in Visalia 2018. Rich and John both reside in Kitsap County and were instrumental with the 2019 PNW DX Convention. Presdent Rob Fanfant, N7QT, presents the 2019 Johnny Dak Lifetime Achievement Award to Larry Hanson, K7EKD. President Rob Fanfant, N7QT, centered between 2019 co-Members of the Year Rich Stempien, W6RS (left) and John Zantek, W7CD (right).