Porsche Club of America
North Florida Region

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Contact Our 2016/2017 Officers!

These are 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.

Getting in touch with them is as easy as clicking on the image associated with their entry on the right so never hesitate to contact them if you feel the need – they are indeed here for YOU!

President - Bob Wilson

Bob Bob is retired after 25 years working for the National Park Service as an archeologist and museum curator. His first encounter with Porsches occurred when he was 15. On his way to the public pool he would stop by and admire the local pharmacist’s dark brown 356B with that strange metal PCA badge on the back grill. Bob’s first date with his wife, Christa, was at the 1973 Daytona 24 Hours race. Their first Porsche was in 1975 when they bought a 1964 356C. The next Porsche was a 1973 2 liter 914 bought in 1977. The third Porsche was a 1981 European version 911SC which Bob bought in 1997 instead of building a backyard pool. They currently own a black 2001 911 Carrera 4 bought in August of 2015. They have been PCA Members since 1997 and now Bob has to figure out how to mount one of those metal PCA badges on the back of the 2001 911!

Vice President - 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 band.

Secretary - Fred Borg

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.

Treasurer - Don Boggs

Don is retired after 38 years working for the Florida Legislature. He still owns the 1966 912 with which he joined PCANFL in 1976! Various stable-mates have come and gone over the years, but the collection presently includes two 356’s and a 944 S2. Don was Worker Chair for the ’03 Parade in Florida and the past 2015 Parade marks the 25th he has attended!

Membership Chair - Bob Wilson

Bob Bob is retired after 25 years working for the National Park Service as an archeologist and museum curator. His first encounter with Porsches occurred when he was 15. On his way to the public pool he would stop by and admire the local pharmacist’s dark brown 356B with that strange metal PCA badge on the back grill. Bob’s first date with his wife, Christa, was at the 1973 Daytona 24 Hours race. Their first Porsche was in 1975 when they bought a 1964 356C. The next Porsche was a 1973 2 liter 914 bought in 1977. The third Porsche was a 1981 European version 911SC which Bob bought in 1997 instead of building a backyard pool. They currently own a black 2001 911 Carrera 4 bought in August of 2015. They have been PCA Members since 1997 and now Bob has to figure out how to mount one of those metal PCA badges on the back of the 2001 911!

Tallahassee Area Activities Chair - Shirley Kerns

After 20 years with the Florida Department of Insurance, Shirley joined a local law firm in Tallahassee and has been providing consulting services to insurance companies and other regulated entities for the last ten years.  Shirley's love of Porsches has been growing ever since her husband Tim purchased his 2010 Boxster.  She was not remotely old enough to drive when he owned his earlier Porsches! Shirley enjoys attending various sports car events around the region with Tim and also enjoys sports and other outdoor  activities.

Panama City Area Activities Chair - Fred Borg

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.

Destin Area Activities Chair - Roy Vaughn

Roy is a retired United States Air Force (USAF) pilot that still works for the Department of the Air Force as a civilian. He owns a 1986 944 that was a Zuffenhausen delivery while he was stationed in Europe and he and wife Janelle have recently added a 2014 Cayman to the fold. He has been a Porsche owner for 28 years and a PCA Member since 2009. Roy is an avid race fan and has been ever since listening to the 1959 Indy 500!

Safety/Insurance Chair - Merv Stephens

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.

Driver Education Chair - Matt Condon

Matt Condon lives in Destin with his wife Kendra where he is a yacht broker. He caught the affliction known as the 'track bug' in 2011 after driving several fast laps during an exotic car experience. This led to the purchase of his first Porsche - a Cayman S type 981, followed by a Cayman GTS, a type 987 Cayman, and finally, a Cayman GT4. His first organized track event was a PCA sponsored Driver's Education weekend at his home circuit NOLA Motorsports park in New Orleans. He has also driven at Disney World Speedway, the Daytona Speedway 24hr circuit, and the infamous Nurburgring in Germany.

Region Historian - Alan Berg

Alan’s first Porsche experience was riding in his Dad’s Speedster as a youngster. He obtained his first Porsche in 1978, when he bought a 1977 Porsche 924. He no longer has that car, but retains the 1987 911 Targa he purchased in 1990, the 1964 356 Cabriolet he purchased in 2004, the 2007 911 Cabriolet, purchased in 2007 and the 1988 Commemorative Edition 911 Cabriolet he purchased from Gary Kempton’s estate in 2012. Alan has been a member of PCA since 1998 and has held several offices in the North Florida Region. He is a former Army Officer having served in the Infantry and Military Intelligence Branches, and is retired from Sprint Corporation where he served as an Attorney for 20 Years.

Newsletter Production Editor - Christa Wilson

Christa was introduced to sports cars at an early age. Her parents bought a new AH Sprite in 1964 and it’s carcass is under a tarp in her brother’s back yard. They were members of the SCCA and ran rallies in the Pensacola area for many years. She had the Sprite at FSU when she and (now husband) Bob went on a first date to the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1973. Her dad was there too. Christa and Bob bought their first Porsche in 1974. It was a first anniversary present to themselves. They have owned a 356C, 914, 911 and 996.

Newsletter Editor (Emerald Coast Area) - Scott Roberts

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.

Webmaster - Barry A. Waters

Barry first discovered the lure of the Porsche marque in the early 1980's while stationed with the U.S. Army just outside of Porsche's home in Stuttgart, DE, but it was his attendance of a Porsche Driving Experience (PDE) 2-Day Advanced Driving Course at Road Atlanta in 2002 that really set the hook! A 1986 911 Carrera Coupe and membership in PCANFL soon followed and a 1988 944 for wife Mindy came not long after that - a move that truly turned the passion into a 'family' affair. Additional driving instruction for both Barry and Mindy via the Porsche Sport Driving School (PSDS) Advanced and Master's Courses resulted in a 2008 Cayman S showing up next but not last, as a 2010 CPO Base Cayenne has recently been added to the mix. After 14 years of enjoying the 'Porsche Ownership Experience' and the benefits of PCA Membership, both can only agree that Porsche and PCANFL is one Wonderful combination!            

PCA Zone 12 (Deep South) Representative - Steve Kidd

Steve has been a PCA member since 1972 and has owned many different models of front, mid and rear engined Porsches. Steve and his wife Dottie participate in/chair all types of PCA events, with a particular fondness to Autocross. Steve and Dottie were recognized as PCA family of the year in 2015, and look forward to visiting all the Regions in Zone 12.

 

Website last modified on May 18, 2017