Officers are elected by the Board of Governors for a term of 2 years. The Offices of President, Vice-President of Membership, Treasurer, Parliamentarian and Director of Public Relations are elected in even numbered years. The Offices of Vice-President of Competition, Secretary, Business Manager and Sergeant-at-Arms are elected in odd numbered years. Applications are due in September.
 
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Hal Bellamy ~ President
Florida Region ~ Florida Corvette Club
Spouse: Mary
Kids:  Brian, Michelle, Jeff
Grandkids:  Cody and Ella
Corvettes:  1980 "old blew" 1981 original owner, 1991 every day driver
Favorite Vette Fun: The people. The cars. The events. The travel. The smiles.
This is a great way to spend the kid's inheritance. I also like to go fast and maybe I will someday.
Hal says: Corvettes are built like any car… an engine, some lights, a few tires, and a splash of pretty paint. They also come built with a special spirit, an attitude, and a tradition. We built everything but the car. I think we are doing a good job.


Dale Samuelson ~ 1st Vice President - Competition
Midwest Region ~ Northern Illinois Corvette Club
Spouse:  Carolyn
Kids: David & Kristi
Grandchildren: Lauren & Brendan
Corvettes: 1971 Red Roadster (IID Car), 1978 Beige Coupe, 1992 Black Convertible, 2002 Red Z06, 1987 parts car
Favorite Vette Fun: Without a doubt autocrossing is my favorite Vette fun, but any activity that involves Corvettes and their owners is fun.


Steve Johnson ~ 2nd Vice President - Membership
East Region ~ Bel Air Corvette Club
Spouse:  Judi
Kids: 5 Daughters & 1 Son
Grandchildren: 4 grandsons, 3 are FCOA members
Corvettes: The first Corvette was a 1987 that really took a lot of hard work and effort to get ready for the road. I purchased it in 1998 from a former Marine who had gone into the Corvette repair business. I found an NCCC club in Annapolis, MD, and was introduced to many great people. The next Corvette was a 1994 Black Rose Metallic we purchased in 2003 and it has seen high and low speed autocross events, a trip to Bowling Green, laps at VIR & many miles of fun.
Favorite Vette Fun: High Speed Autocross events and People’s Choice events or just taking a ride along the back roads. I was introduced to autocross in 2007 and earned my high-speed license in 2009.
Steve says: Being an NCCC member and part of a great club is essential to enjoying your Corvette. You meet people who share the same passion about your interest in America’s sports car and no matter where you travel around the country you always have “Corvette friends.”


Kathy Brisbois ~ Secretary
West Region ~ Cornhusker Corvette Club
Spouse: Gary
Kids: Eric, Todd & Devin
Grandchildren: Jesse, Nikolas, Maddie, Jazlyn, Taylor & Ashlyn
Corvettes: 1988 Midnight Metallic Blue Coupe & a 2000 Magnetic Red Coupe
Favorite Vette Fun: Love it all! The parades, the competition, the trips. But no matter where we go or what we do, it is the people that make it special.
Kathy says: Remember where ever you go, what ever you do, there is an army of NCCC volunteers that made it happen. Thanks to all the silent hands that make our lifestyle possible.


Jean Morrison ~ Treasurer
Florida Region ~ Mid Florida Corvette Club, Inc.
Kids: Sheila
Grandkids: Mary Alyce – She likes to go FAST, too!
Corvettes: White 1979 with Red Interior
Favorite Vette Fun: Anything that you can drive FAST. Drag racing is the best next to road courses. But the greatest thing about NCCC and Corvettes are all the wonderful people you meet.
Jean says: Life is short, so enjoy it!

Jim Walton ~ Parliamentarian
Indiana Region ~ Corvette Indy
Spouse: Claudine…..First met in 1969
Kids:  Jim Jr.
Corvettes:   The parade car in the picture below is a Red C6 Convertible and the race car is my tired old Blue ’80 Coupe. Old Blue has taken me to two Indiana Region Championships and a bunch of 1st place finishes at conventions.
Favorite Vette Fun:  Definitely not waxing, I love the competition events but haven’t been as active as I would like, just not enough hours in the day. I’ve always been a gear head and enjoy being around other gear heads in NCCC. Love driving fast and consider speed limits to be advisories.
Jim says:  Life is short; try to make the most of each day; have fun. Most of the issues that we get upset about will fail the 100 year, the 1 year and even the one week test; in other words they are just not worth the time and emotion. What is important is Family, Friends and Country with a huge helping of God in our daily life.


Jack Wilson ~ Business Manager
Midwest Region ~ Badger State Vettes, Ltd.
Spouse:  Janet ~ Married since 1964. Never regretted a moment.
Kids: Wendy
Grandson: Jacob
Corvettes: 1975 Silver Stingray Coupe, 1994 LT1 Coupe, 1995 LT1 Coupe, 1996 LT4 Silver Coupe & 2007 Red Coupe
Favorite Vette Fun: Traveling to the various events across the country, meeting & competing with friends & sightseeing our great nation.
Jack says: Smile, it's the shortest distance between two people.


Doug McMahan ~ Director of Public Relations
Southwest Region ~ Cowtown Vettes
Spouse: Glenda…since February 28, 1975
Kids: Christi & Cassie
Grandkids: Ashlyn, Andrew, Blake & Alyssa. (All became FCOA Members at birth!)
Corvettes:  I owned my first Vette before I could drive, followed by a ’64 Convertible, then a ’73 Big Block (still own) and others. We currently enjoy our ’93 LT4 Roadster on the autocross and at the drags, I drive a C5 6-speed Coupe daily and our C6 Grand Sport (6-speed manual) for most cruises and trips; and an occasional car show.
Favorite Vette Fun: Almost anything although Competition regardless if it is a Rally, Funkhana, Drags, X-Crossing, Cruising are among the top of the list. Least favorite: cleaning the car!
Doug says: Unfortunately, I have to grow older however I never have to stop having fun with family, friends and of course with enjoying Vettes and other hobbies.


Jeannie Ruston ~ Sergeant-at-Arms
Southwest Region ~ Oklahoma City Corvette Club
Spouse: Ron, married April 14, 1978, Our first year anniversary was coming up and Ron thought it was the 15th, I thought it was the 13th, so we settled on the 14th! Most importantly, we knew we were married!
Kids: Brett & wife Stacey (both NCCC Members)
Grandsons:  Ryan & Daniel both FCOA Members & growing up WAY too fast!!
Corvettes:  Currently we own JOC (Jack’s Old Car) a Black 1995 Coupe Group 3 Autocrosser and Bullet, a White 2008 Coupe Driver. Our Grandson, Ryan, named it after OSU’s Pistol Pete’s horse, Bullet and told me …not to tell Grandpa…so don’t tell him!! Go OU!!
Favorite Vette Fun: Ron and I traveled and competed across the NCCC Nation this past year. Met so many FUN people in our NCCC organization! “Vettes and Friends, old and new….that's the best Vette Fun!”
Jeannie says: You gotta’ know “Life is Good” and too short not to be!




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