MDRA has been informed that, long time MDRA inspector, Ross Ferguson, has recently passed away.
Ross was part of the original cadre of inspectors that eventually became MDRA.
Many amateur-built aircraft builders, owe the successful completion of their projects to his availability and technical knowledge.
Thank you for your services, you will be well remembered.
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Retirement of Bill Tee
Retirement of Jack Dueck
Bill has advised MDRA that he is officially retiring from the inspection program at the end of August, 2016.
Bill played a significant role in bringing to life, a program that has become the MDRA Inspection program as we know it today.
Bill was part of the initial cadre of delegated inspectors, having received his delegation, in 1986.
He has since performed over 200 final inspections and many more pre-cover inspections.
Bill, thank you for all these years, MDRA wishes, blue skies and tailwinds.
Jack Dueck has formally resigned from the MDRA. Jack wants to slow down on the many activities in which he is still involved. MDRA wishes to thank Jack for those years of excellent services to MDRA and the aviation community. Jack blue skies, tailwinds and many thanks.