All Hayhurst NET members,
The following two links are to the draft Hayhurst Ops Plan material in different formats, Microsoft Word DOCX and Adobe Acrobat PDF. Please review one of the links and send feedback to email@example.com. Please note, all content is excluding confidential information, i.e., private postal addresses, emails, and phone numbers, etc. If you spot something sensitive, please raise it to our attention. Any questions regarding the material please contact Ron Helenthal. Thank you!
Following this review, we’ll be passing the vetted material on to PBEM to approve the final document to then publish in PBEM sites for general public viewing.
Hayhurst NET Leads
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Since being Troop Leader in Boy Scouts taking the survival merit badge at Camp Baldwin, Greg Zupan has always held a fascination with preparedness. He’s provided Oregon Medical First Response and Emergency Responder within Intel Corporation from 1999 to 2012. He’s worked directly in medical healthcare non-profit providing Business Process Improvement assessments to help ease the way for technological integration within healthcare. Throughout Greg’s life his volunteerism has helped the local community within Unitarian Universalism, and he’s now been elected as the co-Team Lead for Hayhurst NET. With his Ham Radio Technical Amateur Radio Operators license (KG7LIW) he remains active Emergency Communications volunteer and leader to help rally the community in time of need. This photo was taken at the 2016 National Night Out at Alpenrose Dairy to help recruit new NET volunteers. For further professional background information about Greg Zupan, please view his profile on LinkedIn.
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