Cary received his first Amateur Radio license in 1972. Over the last 40 years, Cary has held the following license classes: Novice, Advanced, and currently holds an Amateur Extra class license. Cary joined the Warrensburg Area Amateur Radio Club in 2010 and was nominated as the club’s first Public Information Officer in 2012. Before moving to Warrensburg, Cary was actively involved in Amateur Radio in the Kansas City area. He was the first to introduce a Digital Store/Forward Bulletin Board System for packet radio in the Kansas City Area. Cary has served as the Amateur Radio Emergency Service Coordinator for Eastern Jackson County from 1988-2000 as well as over 10 years experience with the Boy Scouts of America. Cary is currently enjoying retirement, but spent 10 years as an over the road truck driver/driver’s trainer, and has 25 years experience owning, managing and working in the computer / internet industries. Cary’s volunteer activities include providing Amateur Radio communications services for the Red Cross Disaster Aid, as well as supporting Bike MS for the National Multiple Sclerosis foundation.