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Keith Negal - BMAA Medal

Keith Negal - BMAA Medal

Former BMAA Chairman Keith Negal has been recognised for his outstanding service to BMAA extending over 15 years.

Keith has been awarded BMAA's highest award, the BMAA Medal, and joins only two others who have received this award in the past. Keith has also accepted an invitation to become an honorary Vice-President of the BMAA. His reaction was:

"I am overwhelmed. The BMAA medal is an award that means a huge amount to me; it is difficult to say much more. As for the position of Honorary Vice President of the BMAA, it is the perfect appointment which has the two advantages of keeping my links with you all without taking on the tough jobs."

We congratulate Keith on these awards and thank him for his unequalled service to the BMAA and to microlighting in general.

Rob Hughes
BMAA Chairman
26 January 2010 
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