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    I spent some time this week with Ron Menzie in Arkansas. I was enjoying the numerous photos on the walls of his hanger and was asking him questions. He mentioned that he had started flying in 1968. I said, "do you mean this is your 50th year in aviation?" Ron looked off in the distance and said, "would that be right." I know Ron has been a mentor, friend and instructor to many members on the forum. He has served the gyro community in ways few can match.

    I now consider him a mentor, friend and instructor as well.

    Please join me in wishing Ron a very special 50th anniversary.

    RogerS

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    Happy 50th Ron!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    One of your "hundreds of students" Jay Gunderson.
    Jay Gunderson

    "Wise men talk because they have something to say;
    fools talk because they have to say something."

    Plato

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    • #3
      Happy Anniversary!
      "at 55 I did'nt GO over the hill, I FLEW over it"

      Sport Pilot Powered Parachute
      Sport Pilot Gyro

      Lifelong Member of the Dominator Fanclub.

      Currently building an Aviomania GS2 powered by a Honda 130 HP Engine. Expected completion about two weeks. Wait a minute....I finished it!

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      • #4
        Happy Anniversary Ron, I still hear Ron's voice talking to me everytime I fly and that was 13 years ago.
        :) david PRA 36618 EAA 751148 :) N879DH

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        • #5
          Ron I have never met you in person yet but happy anniversary of 50 years of aviation. What an achievement

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          • #6
            Ron gave me my first gyroglider ride. It was winter 1970 and I was fourteen!

            Ron is, of course, "da man."

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            • #7
              Ron gave me my first gyroglider ride. It was winter 1970 and I was fourteen!

              Ron is, of course, "da man."

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