From: RAC Headquarters
Date: October 11, 2002
Subject: VE3CT new QCWA President
For the first time in the history of the Quarter Century Wireless
Association (QCWA), founded in 1947, a Canadian radio amateur
has been elected as its president. Croft Taylor VE3CT , who
previously served as vice president, assumed office for a two year
term on September 1, 2002.
Croft received his amateur radio licence in 1950. He served in the
military and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel and as well, was
employed and now retired with Bell System Canada. He is a former
president of the QCWA National Capital Chapter 70 and resides in
Ottawa with his wife Elizabeth.
For more information about the QCWA organization see,