Celebrating 60 years of Corvetting at Shaheen Chevrolet in Lansing, MI. Photo credit to Tom Faupel.

Elected Officers

The primary function of the Board of Directors is to handle the administrative functions of the Club. In addition, the Board of Directors encourage new Membership and support the existing Membership in all activities and operations of the Club. The Board of Directors makes recommendations to the Membership on new programs or proposals offered to the Club for consideration.

Nominations for the Board of Directors of Capital City Corvette Club are open at the September and October General Membership meetings. The election takes place at our November General Membership Meeting.


President:

Kyle Felts - President

Kyle Felts is our President. Kyle joined the club in 2019. He owns a 1996 Sebring Silver coupe. This year Kyle also serves the club as our Competition Director and previously served as Social Director.

Duties of the President: The President shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. The President, or Vice President, shall preside at all meetings of the Members and the Board of Directors. The President may call special meetings of the Members of the Board of Directors, and may exercise special authority as noted elsewhere in the by-laws. The President shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the Club.


Governor/Vice President:

Simon Reiffer - Governor/Vice President

Simon Reiffer is our Governor/Vice President. Simon, and his wife Gloria, joined the club in 1994. They own a 1977 (Impala) White coupe that is equipped with hand controls. Simon has also served the club as our President and Public Relations Director.

Duties of the Governor/VP: The Governor shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors and consistent with the NCCC Guidelines to Governors document. The Governor is responsible to ensure the Club remains in Good Standing with NCCC by, at minimum, ensuring voting proxies are in the hands of the Regional Executive prior to every National Governor’s meeting not personally attended. As directed by the Board of Directors the Governor is encouraged to attend at least two of the scheduled meetings established by the National Council of Corvette Clubs and shall attend at least 75% of all the Michigan Region Meetings. The Governor shall present all activities or communications regarding items for publication, competition, membership, and social functions to each respective Officer for their information. The Governor shall present a written report detailing information discussed at the NCCC Governors Meetings in the Club newsletter annually. The Governor shall also serve as the Club’s Vice President and shall accept the duties of the President during his/her absence.


Competition Director:

Kyle Felts - Competition Director

Kyle Felts is our Competition Director. Kyle joined the club in 2019. He owns a 1996 Sebring Silver coupe. This year Kyle also serves the club as our President and previously served as Social Director.

Duties of the Competition Director: The Competition Director shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. The responsibility of all competition events sponsored by this Club and/or coordinated with any other organization pertaining directly to competition is appointed to the Competition Director. The Competition Director shall attend at least 75% of all the Michigan Region NCCC Meetings and report back to the General Membership. It is the responsibility of the Competition Director to perform the expected duties governed by the Michigan Region of NCCC. Sanctioned events, times, dates, and locations must be made readily available in the newsletter and at the General Membership meeting to all Club Members within a proper time prior to that said event. The Competition Director is ultimately responsible for the reporting back to NCCC the participation and place earned of any NCCC member, CCCC or otherwise, participating in a CCCC sponsored, NCCC sanctioned, competition event.


Membership Director:

Angela Hyde - Membership Director

Angela Hyde is our Membership Director. Angela joined the club in 2004.  She owns a 1996 Dark Purple Metallic coupe. Angela has also served the club as our Hearts and Flowers Coordinator. She is second generation CCCC as her father used to be a member.

Duties of the Membership Director: The Membership Director shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors and assume the responsibilities and encourage the recruitment of New Members, collection of membership dues, submitting to the Club Governor the NCCC and Club renewals, and keeping Membership records up-to-date. The Membership Director shall also handle the promotional items given out by NCCC/CCCC to New Members. The Membership Director is responsible to have made available to Members at least twice a year, in January and July, a membership list with addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers.


Newsletter Editor:

Tom Faupel - Newsletter Editor

Tom Faupel is our Newsletter Editor. Tom, and his wife Michelle, joined the club in 2018. They own a 1990 Dark Red Metallic coupe.

Duties of the Editor: The Editor shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. It is the Editor's job to assume the responsibility of gathering, organizing, and providing all pertinent data and information in a monthly newsletter. The newsletter shall contain reports from each Officer with minutes from General Membership, Board, or Special meetings and any other information of interest to the Membership as a whole. It shall be published within the last day of the preceding month for the month of intended publication. The newsletter shall be sent or made available to every Primary Member in the Club. Extra newsletters may be printed for promotional use by the Membership and Public Relations Director and any Club Member.


Points Director:

Mary Wells - Points Director

Mary Wells is our Points Director. Mary, and her husband Tim, joined the club in 2018. They own a 1998 Torch Red coupe.

Duties of the Points Director: The Points Director shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. It is the duty of the Points Director to provide a list of possible CCCC points to be earned and to compile such points. Monthly up-to-date CCCC points standings are required to be made available to the General Membership. A breakdown of CCCC Points, and the rules governing those points, shall be made available to the General Membership at all General Membership meetings. The Points Director is responsible for the selection and purchase of the year-end CCCC points awards as budgeted.


Public Relations Director:

Chuck Miller - Public Relations Director

Chuck Miller is our Public Relations Director. Chuck joined CCCC in 2012. Chuck owns a 1988 Nassau Blue Metallic convertible.

Duties of the Public Relations Director: The Public Relations Director shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors to promote Club participation in Civic Activities and to enhance the image of the Club and its events. The Public Relations Director is responsible for putting up promotional displays at all Club functions involving the public. This position is also responsible for coordinating solicitation of advertisers for the newsletter.


Secretary:

MelissaHass - Secretary Tim Wells - Secretary

The duties of Secretary are being shared between Melissa Hass and Tim Wells this year.

Melissa, and her husband Bill, joined CCC in 2018.  They own a 2017 Racing Yellow coupe. 

Tim, and his wife Mary, joined CCCC in 2018.  They own a 1998 Torch Red coupe.

Duties of the Secretary: The Secretary shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. The Secretary shall attend all meetings of the Members and Officers and shall record decisions, actions to be undertaken and votes in a book kept for that purpose. In the absence of the Secretary, another Member shall be chosen by the President to perform said duties pro tempore. It shall be the responsibility of the Secretary to handle Club correspondence and make it available to the Membership.


Social Director:

ichelle Faupel - Social Director

Michelle Faupel is our Social Director. Michelle, and her husband Tom, joined the club in 2018. They own a 1990 Dark Red Metallic coupe.

Duties of the Social Director: The Social Director shall perform such duties as designated by the Board of Directors and shall assume the responsibilities of the coordination of all Club Social functions. The Social Director shall make readily available in the newsletter, Website and General Membership meetings, times, dates, and locations of all social events. At club meetings he/she shall congratulate members on the occasion of such events as birthdays and anniversaries.


Treasurer:

Mike Britz - Treasurer

Mike Britz is our Treasurer. Mike, and his wife Connie, joined the club in 1999. They own a 1974 Mille Miglia Red convertible and a 2005 Machine Silver Metallic convertible.

Duties of the Treasurer: The Treasurer shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. The Treasurer shall have custody of all monies, debts, and obligations belonging to the Club and shall make all payments of the Club debts upon the approval of the President and/or the Board of Directors. All checks, drafts, and other orders for payment of money shall be signed in the name of the Club by the Treasurer, Secretary or President. A report of the financial status of the Club monies shall be made available at each regular meeting and whenever requested by the President. The Treasurer shall, at minimum, maintain the Club's records in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. The records should be in a format auditable by the IRS and subject to annual review by a Club Audit Committee composed of members that may include the past Treasurer, or any member that has bookkeeping or accounting experience. The Club financial records must include, at minimum, an annual operating budget and year to date variances from budget, an annual income statement with separate schedules for overall operations, and for each fundraising event with sufficient detail to permit the annual budgeting process.



Appointed Positions:

The following positions may be appointed annually by the President, with the approval of the Board of Directors, and shall serve at the discretion of the President and the Board of Directors. The Appointed Positions shall have no vote, but may provide input to the Board of Directors on matters before it.


Chaplain:

Ward Harris

Ward Harris is our Chaplain. Ward, and his wife Jeanne, joined the club in 2011. They own a 2000 Navy Blue coupe.

Duties of the Chaplain: The Chaplain shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. The Chaplain is responsible for the spiritual guidance of Members and Club events when deemed appropriate. This Member shall be available to Members who request guidance or need support while going through difficult situations. The Chaplain shall perform the blessing of cars, drivers, and passengers for the annual Blessing of the Vettes, and be available to offer prayer at Club events.


Facebook Moderator:

David Voss - Facebook Moderator

Dave Voss is our Facebook Moderator. Dave, and his wife Ann, joined the club in 2016. They own a 2006 Machine Silver Metallic convertible. Dave has also served the club as our Newsletter Editor.

Duties of the Facebook Moderator: The Facebook Moderator shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. This Member shall be responsible for maintaining the Facebook page with fresh content and deleting harmful posts. This position shall operate within a budget specified by the Board of Directors and all expenditures shall be approved by the Board of Directors.

 


Hearts and Flowers Coordinator:

Ann Voss - Hearts & Flowers Coordinator

Ann Voss is our Hearts and Flowers Coordinator. Ann, and her husband Dave, joined the club in 2016. They own a 2006 Machine Silver Metallic convertible.

Duties of the Hearts and Flowers Coordinator: The Hearts and Flowers Coordinator shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. This Member shall be responsible for providing messages of joy or consolation from the Club to individual Members. This position shall operate within a budget specified by the Board of Directors and all expenditures shall be approved by the Board of Directors.

 


Historian:

Sue Keith - Historian

Sue Keith is our Historian. Sue, and her husband Kim, joined the club in 2006. They own a 2011 Supersonic Blue Metallic Grand Sport coupe.

Duties of the Historian: The Historian shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. This Member shall be responsible for the safekeeping and cataloging of the Capital City Corvette Club artifacts in chronological order and present to the Board of Directors and Members a written record of the artifacts collected in any given year.

 


National Corvette Museum Ambassador:

Kim Keith - NCM Ambassador

Kim Keith is our National Corvette Museum (NCM) Ambassador. Kim, and his wife Sue, joined the club in 2006. They own a 2011 Supersonic Blue Metallic Grand Sport coupe. Kim has also served the club as our Points Director.

Duties of the NCM Ambassador: The NCM Ambassador shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. This Member shall be responsible for complying with any and all requirements set forth by the NCM with regards to the Ambassador position and shall be responsible for maintaining communication between the Club and the NCM, reporting such information to Members quarterly in the Club newsletter. This Member shall represent the Club at certain NCM functions, foster participation by Club Members in NCM activities, and assist Club Members with any questions they have on NCM matters.


Past President:

Bob Maynard - Past President

Robert Maynard is our Past President. Bob, and his wife Shalimar, joined the club in 2002. They own a 1964 blue convertible, a 2011 red coupe, and a 2016 blue convertible. Bob has also served the club as our President and our Public Relations Director.

Duties of the Past President: The Past President shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. The Past President is responsible for providing the Club continuity of governance.

 


Photographer:

Stella Wood - Photographer

Stella Wood is our club Photographer. Stella joined the club in 2018. She enjoys being a passenger in the 1999 red coupe belonging to her close friend, James Sutherland.

Duties of the Photographer: The Photographer shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. The Photographer is responsible for documenting club activities using pictures from the events taken by the photographer and/or other contributors and providing them to the Webmaster and/or Editor.

 


Quartermaster:

Randy Putmon - Quartermaster

Randy Putmon is our Quartermaster. Randy, and his wife Carol, joined the club in 2002. They own a 2000 Torch Red convertible.  This is Randy's second time as our Quartermaster.

Duties of the Quartermaster: The Quartermaster shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. The Quartermaster may be requested by the Board of Directors to procure, inventory and dispose of Club property.

 


Sergeant at Arms:

Geofrey Cradit - Sergeant at Arms

Geofrey Cradit is our Sergeant at Arms. Geofrey, and his wife Joyce, joined the club in 2016.  They own a 2005 LeMans Blue Metallic coupe.

Duties of the Sergeant at Arms: The Sergeant at Arms or designee, shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. The Sergeant at Arms is responsible for order at all meetings and social affairs of the CCCC.

 


Webmaster:

Gloria Reiffer - Webmaster

Gloria Reiffer is our Webmaster. Gloria, and her husband Simon, joined the club in 1994. They own a 1977 (Impala) White coupe. Gloria has also served the club as our Newsletter Editor and Social Director.  Gloria is also the Webmaster for Michigan Region Corvette Clubs.

Duties of the Webmaster: The Webmaster shall perform such duties as shall be designated by the Board of Directors. This Member shall be responsible for maintaining and updating the Club Website on at least a bi-weekly basis. They shall make every effort to maintain the Website in compliance with any applicable rules and to safeguard the security of the site and the information contained therein. Members considered for this position must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and technical skills necessary to effectively maintain the Website.


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