Field Director: Robert Lober
Email Robert: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Robert: 775-843-7908
Rob has been a pilot since 1980, having logged over 4,500 hours in various types of aircraft. His ratings include ATP - AMEL, Commercial - ASEL, ASES, Private - Glider, CFI, MEI, and A&P
mechanic. He currently owns a Searey, is a partner in a Cessna T210, and flies a charter in a Pilatus PC-12. Rob got his seaplane rating in 2004, started actively flying a RANS S6 on amphib
floats in 2008, and purchased the Searey in 2011, having flown it across the country from Florida to Nevada.
Rob volunteers his time when able to Los Medicos Voladores, Angel Flight, and Lighthawk. He chaired the first Airport Community Advisory Team at the Truckee-Tahoe Airport where he keeps his planes. Rob is an engineer with an MBA and when not flying he is actively involved in real estate development. Rob, his wife Elise, and stepson Halen live in Crystal Bay, NV on the north shore of Lake Tahoe.
Field Director: Walter Windus
Email Walter: email@example.com
Call Walter: 408-255-1917
Walter is a retired rocket and satellite engineer who started flight training in Provo, Utah in 1969. He got his private pilot's license in 1970, Single Engine Seaplane rating and Multi-engine land rating in 1971, his Instrument pilot rating in 1972, and his Multi-engine Seaplane rating in 1973. He also went on to get his Commercial Pilots License, A&P, and Flight Instructor's rating.
Walter joined the Skyview Flying Club at San Jose International Airport in 1971 and became President and General Manager through 1983. The flying club operated six aircraft, two advanced
trainers, and two high-performance aircraft. He also joined the Santa Clara County Airman's Association and served one year as the President of the organization and several years as
Legislative Action Chairman.
Walter has served on several community and state aviation committees and commissions including the San Jose Airport Advisory Committee, Santa Clara County Airport Siting Committee, Caltrans Aeronautics Advisory Committee, as well as a Commissioner on the Santa Clara County Airport Land Use Commission.
Walter has been a member of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary for over 25 years, and has been called upon numerous times to fly his Coast Guard certified seaplane for Coast Guard ordered search and rescue.
Along with being a Field Director for California, Nevada, and Utah, Walter is the current Chairman of the Seaplane Pilots Association. He is responsible for gaining seaplane access to all but two
of the currently available water landing sites in California.