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Volunteer Video Spotlight - Bruce Grover

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Bruce Grover.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Gary Hansen

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Gary Hansen.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Glade Mott

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Glade Mott.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Chris Black

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr.Chris Black.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Steven Waters

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr.Steven Waters.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Jim Sorley

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr.Jim Sorley.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Walt Beck

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Walt Beck.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Paul Stone

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Paul Stone.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Ken Cook

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Ken Cook.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Rene Dreiling

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Rene Dreiling.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Dennis Barker

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Dennis Barker.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Dave Constantineau

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Dave Constantineau.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Forrest Jones

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Forrest Jones.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Rick Purrington

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Rick Purrington.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Sandra LaMadeleine

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Ms. Sandra LaMadeleine.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Don Pantone

Hill Aerospace Museum is blessed with more than 100 awesome volunteers. The Volunteer Video Spotlight series highlights our volunteers with information that allows you to get up close and personal with them. This video highlights Mr. Don Pantone.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Darren Cuevas

Darren grew up in Mississippi. He is currently attending Weber State University as well as pilot training school. He started volunteering because he wanted to give back to the community, and because he wanted to help others enjoy aviation. His favorite thing about volunteering is seeing kids visit the Museum for the first time, because it reminds him of when he first visited the Museum as a teenager. When he’s not volunteering, Darren enjoys flying, fishing, and watching movies with his wife.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Bill Dohle

Bill Dohle grew up in Albuquerque and served with the USAF for 27 years as an Avionics Repairman. He worked on the F-111, the F-4, the F-5, the F-15, and the F-16. Bill also worked on the Hill Aerospace Museum’s C-124 Globemaster, and started volunteering because he enjoyed being here so much. His favorite thing about volunteering is meeting people, especially kids. When he’s not volunteering, he enjoys hiking and building model airplanes.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Shirley Hungerford

Shirley Hungerford has been with the Museum for 27 years! She grew up in Roy, Utah, and was a military wife. She works at the front desk on Fridays and brings a smile to everyone she meets. She started volunteering at the Museum because she wanted to give back to the community, and her favorite thing about volunteering is the people she gets to meet. In her spare time, she enjoys playing golf.

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Pat Gilmore

Pat Gilmore came from a military family and served with the USAF for 21 years as a C-141A/B Starlifter pilot. He has been with the Hill Aerospace Museum since 1997. Pat enjoys talking to veterans who come to the Museum to see their airplanes. He also enjoys seeing the reaction of kids walking into the Museum for the first time. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling to Civil War battlefields and doing genealogy. Thanks for your service Pat!

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Dennis Jacobs

Dennis Jacobs was an Airborne Radar Operator and a Crew Chief in the USAF. He started volunteering at the Hill Aerospace Museum because he has always loved aircraft, and because he loves helping others learn about them. In his spare time, he enjoys driving his 1973 Triumph TR6, going for 5 mile walks, and cycling. Thanks for your service Dennis!

Volunteer Video Spotlight - George Muller

George Muller served with the USAF and the Reserves for 34 years. He was the Maintenance Deputy Commander for the 419th at Hill, as well as the Maintenance Squadron Commander. He started volunteering at the Hill Aerospace Museum because he loves working on aircraft, and because he enjoys educating people about them. His favorite thing about volunteering is the people he works with. In his spare time, George enjoys skiing, camping, hiking, and going on paleontology digs. (He even has a dinosaur track site named after him!) Thanks for your service George!

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Joe Maschi

Joe Maschi grew up in Brooklyn, NY. He joined the Air Force at 15, but stayed in only 5 months. (He decided to finish high school first.) Joe later became an aviation instructor and a commercial pilot. He has also flown 60 loops in a Cesna in 1 hour. When Joe volunteers, he enjoys swapping stories with the other volunteers he works with. In his spare time, Joe enjoys watching TV, flying radio controlled air planes, and driving to the mountains. Thanks for all you do Joe!

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Gary Thornley

Gary Thornley grew up in Ogden, Utah. He learned to play the trumpet at a young age and still plays in the Ogden Concert Band today. Gary served with the Air National Guard for 9 years and flew L-19s. He started volunteering at the Hill Aerospace Museum because he has always loved aircraft, and because he loves meeting people from all over the world. In his spare time, he loves reading, going to the symphony, and writing his personal history. Thanks for all you do Gary!

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Floyd Landon

Floyd Landon is from Washington state. He served active duty in the USAF as a Crew Chief on the B-47 and the B-52. He was also a Crew Chief on the F-16 in the Reserves at the 419th at Hill AFB. He came to volunteer at the Hill Aerospace Museum because he wanted to give back for all the Air Force has given to him throughout his life. He enjoys meeting and greeting visitors at the Museum. When Floyd is not volunteering at the Museum, he enjoys following the Seattle Seahawks. He also volunteers with the Kaysville Fire Department as a Juvenile Fire Counselor. Thanks for your service Floyd!

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Phil Butler

Phil Butler is from New Jersey. He joined the US Marine Corps Reserve as a Radio Operator for a light armored reconnaissance company, and served during Operation Desert Storm. He then joined the Utah Air National Guard, where He currently serves as a full-time Intelligence Officer. Phil started volunteering at the Hill Aerospace Museum because he wanted to help tell the USAF story. He loves sharing stories of the people who built and flew aircraft with visitors. In his spare time, Phil enjoys building model airplanes and reading. Thanks for your service Phil!

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Ed Anderson

Ed Anderson is originally from California and has lived all over the world. He served with the USAF and Air Force Reserves for 10 years. He also served in the Air National Guard for 20 years as Engine Mechanic, then as a Crew Chief. He started volunteering at the Hill Aerospace Museum to stay busy when he retired. His favorite thing about volunteering is is meeting people and talking to others who "speak his language". When he's not volunteering, he enjoys spending time with his grandkids when them come to Utah. Thanks for your service Ed!

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Lynn Walker

Lynn Walker served in the USAF for 20 years as a loadmaster, an aerial observer, and a fire control operator. He retired as a First Sergeant. He served three tours in Vietnam, including the evacuation of Saigon in 1975. Lynn started volunteering at the Hill Aerospace Museum so he could use his prior military experience to benefit visitors. He enjoys helping the public understand that USAF aircraft help us preserve our freedom. In his spare time, Lynn enjoys tutoring elementary school children, as well as gardening. Thanks for your service Lynn!

Volunteer Video Spotlight - Dennis Hansen

Dennis Hansen served with the National Guard for 8 years as FDC (Fire Direction Control), training on the 105 Howitzer. He then served in the Air Force Reserve for 25 years. He worked on the F-4 and the F-16 in avionics and as an aircraft electrician. Dennis started volunteering with the Hill Aerospace Museum because he loves USAF history and enjoys seeing the aircraft he used to work on. His favorite part about volunteering is meeting visitors and getting to answer their questions. In his spare time, Dennis enjoys gardening and spending time with family. Thanks for your service Dennis!