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Notable Section Events and Milestones

Section Founded in 1978 by Al Rosa (First Chair) and Burt Bittner (Former Denver Subsection Chair).

Solid State Society Chapter Established in 1981 by Roger Pierce and John Meredith (First Chair).

Section Hosted First Region 5 S-PAC at UCCS in 1982.

Computer Society Chapter Established in 1983 by Frank Hartsell (First Chair).

Communications Society Chapter Established in 1992 by Jack McIlnay (First Chair).

Section Awarded "Best Small Section" Award by Region 5 in 1993.

Joint Denver-Pikes Peak Reliability Society Chapter Established in 1993 by Gene Bagenstos.

Section Hosted "Region 5 Conference" at Antler's Hotel in 1994.

Electromagnetic Compatibility Society Chapter Established in 1994 by John Will (First Chair).


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