Tom Nolan W3EX is the newly appointed ARRL Emergency Coordinator for Montgomery County. He succeeds Rocky Pisttelli N3KFR who stepped down after years of dedicated service.
Originally from upstate New York, Dr Nolan enlisted in the Navy and became an aviation electronics specialist and airborne radioman for long-range, anti-submarine patrol missions. On leaving the Service, Nolan pursued his doctorate of veterinary medicine and is licensed to practice in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania. He completed a career in laboratory animal medicine at Merck and later as a partner in a medical device R&D firm. He is now retired.
Nolan was first licensed as KN2UZI and is a long time member of the ARRL. He is active in the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary as communications officer for his flotilla.
The Amateur Radio Emergency Service is a field organization program of the American Radio Relay League Inc. administered locally by the Eastern Pennsylvania section staff. EPA-ARRL supervises more than twenty ARES units at the county level. Questions about the EPA section’s ARES program may be directed to the Section Emergency Coordinator, Mr WT Jones. EPA-ARRL is administered by Mr Joseph Ames, the current section manager.