About Us

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Founding Fathers

  Wally Gillbaugh, Phillip Hortman, Bud Colvin, John Lawson, Bob Leavitt, George Fisher, Ray Dawley, Ron Butler, Guerry Bruner  


Established:  November 16, 1976 

Current members

IPMS RL Scott Life Time Member: David Von Almen

IPMS RL Scott Life Time Member: David Von Almen

IPMS RL Scott Life Time Member: David Von Almen

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vamktpub@aol.com

Years in Club: 33 years in IPMS/RLScott

Years in IPMS: 33 years in IPMS/USA

Model specialty: Automotive models

Years Modelling: Been building for 60 years

First model build, not sure but know it was a car!

IPMS RL Scott Life Time Member: Fred Horky

IPMS RL Scott Life Time Member: David Von Almen

IPMS RL Scott Life Time Member: David Von Almen

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 redvette4@carolina.rr.com

Years in club:42 (founder member, voted club Life Member 2011)

Years in IPMS: 46 (IPMS/USA 6390, Life Member)

Model specialty: aircraft

Years modelling: 76

Your first model build: Guillow P-40 stick and tissue kit (And my mother trusted me with a single-edge razor blade!

John Clay

IPMS RL Scott Life Time Member: David Von Almen

Seth Anspaugh

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jclay2460@gmail.com

Years in club: 30 more or less

Years in IPMS: same as above

Model speciality: AFV, if anyone calls them targets they get cussed out

Years modelling:Since I was a kid

Your first model build: no idea


Seth Anspaugh

Seth Anspaugh

Seth Anspaugh

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seth.anspaugh1@gmail.com

Years in club: 3

Years in IPMS: 3

Model specialty: Post WWII Armor. Mostly Soviet/Russian

Years modelling: 17

Your first model build: AMT UH-1D Gunship

Jerry Hall

Seth Anspaugh

Art Babiarz

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wrgahall@cox.net

Years in club: 40

Years in IPMS: 38

Model specialty: aircraft 1/48 scale

Years modeling: 54

Your first model build: Comet Cessna stick and tissue

Art Babiarz

Seth Anspaugh

Art Babiarz

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 asw12pilot@hotmail.com 

Years in club: 1

Years in IPMS: Off and on since 1987

Model specialty: Aircraft

Years modeling: 63

Your first model build:  Either Monogram "Constellation" or Revell Convair R3Y-2 "Tradewinds" 

Current members

John Lawson

Bruce Radebaugh

John Lawson

In flight off Newfoundland

JWLAWSOFL@HOTMAIL.COM

Years in club: Off and on about 30 years

Years in IPMS: Off and on about 35 years

Model specialty: Aircraft

Years modelling: 50+

Your first model build: Aurora box scale Electra (C-45) in civil markings

 IPMS #39799 

02/15/2020

Carmen Bear

Bruce Radebaugh

John Lawson

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Hornetphixer@msn.com

Years in club:2

Years in IPMS: 2 (USA)

Model specialty: aircraft

Years modelling: too old to remember

Your first model build: I think it was either a Revell 1979 Mustang or Revell R2D2

IPMS #51118

08/15/21

Bruce Radebaugh

Bruce Radebaugh

Bruce Radebaugh

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 bradebau@netzero.net 

Years in club: Seems like forever.

Years in IPMS: Always

Model specialty: Aircraft 1/48 & 1/32

Years modelling: Since childhood.

 Retired Air Force pilot, flew KC-135 and RC-135 aircraft. Has won several national and regional awards and has a 1/32 RF-101 in the National Air and Space Museum. 


Bob

Mike "Dept of Finance"Riley

Bruce Radebaugh

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2 tins and a string

Years in club: Forever ago

Years in IPMS: Waiting for the IPMS to be formed, then signed up the same day.

Model specialty: aircraft

Years modelling: He's been modelling so long he makes dirt look like a baby

Your first model build: I heard rumour he was with Orville and Wilbur with sticks and paper.

Keith

Mike "Dept of Finance"Riley

Mike "Dept of Finance"Riley

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Mike "Dept of Finance"Riley

Mike "Dept of Finance"Riley

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Edward "Jerry" Hall

David "Gate Keeper" Anderson

Edward "Jerry" Hall

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wrgahall@cox.net

Years in club: 45 years +

Years in IPMS: 45 years +

Model specialty: 1/48 scale WWII and more.

Years modelling: Since 1954

Your first model build:  My dad got me started when he returned from Thule, Greenland.   My first model was a Comet stick and tissue, rubber powered model. I think it was a Cessna. I purchased it at the local Five & Dime store. 

Harold "Paul" Melton

David "Gate Keeper" Anderson

Edward "Jerry" Hall

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Years in club: Eons

Years in IPMS:  Always

Model specialty: Anything plastic

Years modelling: Since I could breathe

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IPMS # 41386

15/12/2021


David "Gate Keeper" Anderson

David "Gate Keeper" Anderson

David "Gate Keeper" Anderson

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Donnie "Delta" Dixon

Eric "B-17 Whisperer"Parrow

David "Gate Keeper" Anderson

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Eric "B-17 Whisperer"Parrow

Eric "B-17 Whisperer"Parrow

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Richard "Tricky Dick" Howze

Eric "B-17 Whisperer"Parrow

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IPMS # 14323

12/15/2019

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Dwight "Steve" Lockhart

Dwight "Steve" Lockhart

Dwight "Steve" Lockhart

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sm236@bellsouth.net

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Dwight "Steve" Lockhart

Dwight "Steve" Lockhart

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In Memoriam

Larry Huff

 

My friend Larry Huff

Larry Huff was born July 11, 1946 in Houston County Georgia. He was raised by his Baptist Minister father and loving mother. He also spent a lot of time working on his grandparent’s farm in rural Houston County. A graduate of Perry High School Larry continued his education and became an “IT” specialist. Larry worked for several companies over his lifetime but he retired from Brown and Williamson Tobacco Company.

Larry became interested in the model building hobby late in life. While on an extended stay in the hospital his daughter brought him a couple of model kits to build to give him something to do during the long recovery. Through these model builds he discovered that he preferred building model cars and at first NASCAR models. From this he moved into all sorts of automotive subjects with a special interest in Hot Rods – 1932 Fords.

Larry found IPMS/USA General Robert L. Scott Chapter by accident. He heard about an airbrush demonstration at the Hobby Town USA store in Macon. After the demonstration he began talking with Chuck Davenport, who was the demonstrator, and Chuck invited him to come to a meeting. Larry had such a great experience at that meeting he joined the club that night. This made him the second automotive modeler to join our chapter.

Trying to make sure his painting skills were the best he could achieve he began reading all the books on automotive painting he could find. For those of us who knew Larry, all his research paid off. He also taught several of us how to achieve better paint jobs for our models. Larry was always ready to help other modelers and learn from them too.

Larry won several awards for his modeling at all levels – local, regional and National. One of his most coveted awards was a Top 15 finish at the largest NNL show in the South with his black 1932 Ford Roadster. He was also awarded “Best Paint” two years in a row from the Phantom Phlashers of Alabama.

His models have been featured in several hobby magazines and he had articles on how to paint model cars published in “Scale Auto Enthusiast” and the “IPMS/USA Journal.”

I miss my dear friend every day but the lessons Larry taught me on painting will live on.

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