The ARRL South Texas (STX) section is led by our Section Manager; Stuart Wolfe KF5NIX
Stuart has appointed the following appointees:
- Section Emergency Coordinator, Jeffery Walter KE5FGA
- Assistant Section Manager - Scouting; Theodore Iglehart KF5END
- Assistant Section Manager - Education; Tommy Gober N5DUX
- Affiliated Club Coordinator - Juan A. Garcia KI5WMN
- Public Information Coordinator, Michael G. Manshack AD5OG
- Section Traffic Manager, Sheree Horton WM5N
- Section Youth Coordinator, Nicholas Iglehart KG5NZX
- Technical Coordinator, Peter Naumberg K5LB
Note: The above call signs link to their QRZ bio page, use your QRZ login to view their bio and email address.
Stuart Wolfe, KF5NIX, is our ARRL South Texas Section Manager.
I'm KF5END/Ted. I have officially been a HAM since January 2010 when I passed my Technician exam. Over the course of the next year, I passed the General and Extra.
I have always been around electronics and have owned a scanner since the late ‘80s. I never had any interest in CB and did not know what a HAM was until a HAM explained it to me.
I spent many summers at my grandmother’s and would always run across various tubes, capacitors, resistors, and other various components. I always enjoyed playing with them but did not have any real idea what they were, other than their names. My grandfather had passed before my arrival and I later learned that he was a EE and often worked on radios and televisions, though no one can verify if he was ever a HAM.
I am an ARRL ETP instructor for the ARRL Teachers' Institute and a Curriculum Development Specialist with the CYBER.ORG based in Bossier City, LA; an education non-profit funded by a federal grant that trains teachers in cybersecurity, computer science, and related topics. I became an ARRL Life Member in 2014. I have also been serving as ARRL Education Assistant Section Manager for South Texas (STX) since Spring 2017. Prior to that, I was Education ASM for North Texas (NTX) from 2013-2017.
Even if you're not in my ARRL Section and you're looking for ways to get amateur radio into a classroom, I'm always happy to help!
Amateur Radio is magic. Behind the magic is physics. Your Technical Specialists are here to help you with the physics.
In the South Texas Section of the ARRL, we have a growing group of Technical Specialists who have been solving problems for most of their lives. Technical Specialists have a depth of knowledge that can save you time and energy and get you back to enjoying our hobby. They are here to help you.