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some of the folks that handle the ‘day-to-day’ operation of PCANFL.
They serve as the ‘ground pounders’ of the club so they need your input
to make sure they’re doing what they can to help you make the most of
your PCA membership experience.
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their entry on the right so
hesitate to contact them if you feel the need – they are indeed here for
Bolles - Tallahassee, FL.
Steve was introduced to Sports Cars in 1965 when the underdog
Chaparral won the 12 Hours of Sebring. Recognizing the virtue of
unbridled engineering and the appeal of the underdog led him to
Porsche during their dominating success in the 60’s and 70’s.
The stories shared by Porsche enthusiasts is what keeps him
involved in all things Porsche. Share the experience.
Fred Borg -
Panama City, FL.
Having grown up in Connecticut and moving around the world
during a 20-year Army career, Fred retired and settled down in
Panama City. Retiring again after working 21 years as a civilian
drug abuse counselor, a 2002 Boxster caught his eye. Fred's
first Porsche! The Boxster gets driven regularly, including all
the way to South Dakota last Fall for the "Escape to Rushmore"
event. In addition to Porsche activities, Fred is an avid
genealogist and wildlife photographer.
Dixon - Tallahassee, FL.
William has always been a big fan of sports cars, especially
Porsches. When he was finally able to purchase his first
Porsche, he admits it was one of the best things that ever
happen to him. Ever since, he has been enjoying amazing driving
experiences and wonderful times with the North Florida Region’s
Canopy Roads group. He looks forward to many more years enjoying
his Porsches and the Porsche family.
Tim Kerns -
Tim had his first seat of the pants Porsche experience in 1966
when he attended a couple of SCCA driving schools in an EP '57
Speedster. A '63 Super 90 followed during a three year active
duty tour with the Army. After a brief hiatus of only four
decades, Tim returned to the Porsche fold with a 2010 Boxster,
followed shortly there after with a trade up for a 2013 Boxster
in Dec 2012. He is retired from the US Army Reserve after a 31
year career as an Armor and Military Police officer and the
State of Florida where he served most recently as the Director
of the Division of Capitol Police. He now plays in an Irish
- Tallahassee, FL.
Ray currently serves as Chief
Medical Officer for Hospital Corporation of America's North
Florida Division and has been in corporate medicine for over 18
years. Ray also practiced in Beverly Hills, California as an
active OB/GYN for 13 years prior to entering corporate medicine.
His love for the 911 goes back to its origin and he loves the
classic style and elegance the car brings to his soul when he
drives it to work every day. Born and raised in California, Ray
admired his colleague's Porsche Targa which was driven to the
hospital every day. Ray is the proud owner of a
2011 Carrera S and a new
2016 Targa GTS.
Roberts - Destin, FL.
Scotty bought his first Porsche, a
1973 911T, brand new in London when he was flying F111E’s at RAF
Upper Heyford, UK. He Joined PCA that year. He Married wife Jan
in 1977 when she owned a 1971 911T. They belonged to Ark-La-Tex
Region in Shreveport, then War Bonnet Region in Tulsa and
attended Porsche Parades in ’76 in Brainerd, ’77 in San Diego,
and ’78 in Aspen. Scotty is a retired USAF Lt. Col. living in
Destin, and owns a Midnight Blue Metallic 1991 Carrera 2 Targa.
- Tallahassee, FL.
Merv's first introduction to Porsches
was in 1968, attending the 24 Hours of Daytona and the 12 Hours
of Sebring with his dad. After those races the hook was set! His
first Porsche was a 2001 Boxster bought in 2005 by his wife Kim
when he turned 50. Currently he drives a 2008 Boxster and loves
driving with the top down. He became a member of the PCANFL in
2012. Merv has been working for the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement for the last 38 years as a Senior Crime Lab Analyst
and prior to that with the FBI in Washington DC.
- Niceville, FL.
Roy spent 28 years as an United States Air Force (USAF) pilot
and retired as a Lt Col. After active-duty retirement, he
worked as a Department of the Air Force Civilian at Air Force
Special Operations Command for an additional 15 years. His
first Porsche driving experience was in an Air Force friend's
914. He and his wife, Janelle, own a 1986 944 that was a
Zuffenhausen delivery while stationed in Europe, and a 2015
sapphire blue Cayman. He has been a PCA Member since 2009. Roy
is an avid race fan and has been ever since listening to the
1959 Indy 500 and always looks forward to the annual family trip
to the Indy 500. His other interests include building 1/43rd
scale model cars, one of which is on display in the Barber
Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, mountain biking, and playing
guitar (very badly).