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The Shawnee, OK, EAA Chapter 1098 is an official chapter of the EAA, Wittman Airfield, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54903-3089. Phone (414) 426-4800. Chapter 1098 was organized to promote aviation in the community, provide camaraderie, sharing of aeronautical knowledge and skills among those with interest in grassroots aviation and who share the objectives of the EAA. Chapter dues are $20.00 per year, payable on January 1. Normally our meetings are held on the fourth Sunday of the month at 2:30 PM in the Aviation Vo-Tech Building, Northeast corner of the Shawnee Airport, Shawnee, OK. Time, date and place is subject to change. Please check your newsletter for current meeting information.

Chapter Website: EAA1098.org

Facebook: EAA Chapter 1098

Newsletter information: EAA Chapter 1098 publishes the newsletter once a month. Its purpose is to inform.

Members are encouraged to submit aviation- and member-related information and

suggestions to the newsletter editor.



Gary Manning 13801 Chandelle Newalla, OK, 74857 405-793-1090 (R) Gary Barentine 1016 Prospect Ct. Edmond, OK, 73034 405-359-1407 (R) 405-757-5697 (C) TREASURER SECRETARY Greg Chapman 14300 Chandelle Dr. Newalla, OK, 74857 405-830-2377 Larry Danko 608 S. Maple St. Paden, OK, 74860 405-932-5103 (R)


Gary Manning John Myers 13801 Chandelle 13701 Chandelle Newalla, OK, 74857 Newalla, OK, 74857 405-793-1090 (R) 256-484-2367 (C) Larry Hinton Gale Braden 4105 S Eastern Ave 405-517-5665 Moore, OK, 73160

405-439-3704 (C) George Scott

Bill Rickner John Myers 16408 Walker Rd. 13701 Chandelle Shawnee, OK, 74804 Newalla, OK, 74857 405-273-7903 (R) 256-484-2367 (C) David Ames Chuck Lewis 14000 Chandelle

Newalla, OK, 74857 405-615-0003 (C)



Doug Garland 2613 Ridgefield Dr. Norman, OK, 73069 405-310-9317 (C) kfav8r@gmail.com David Best




MARCH, 2020

The March meeting for Chapter 1098 is canceled due to the temporary closure of the Gordon

Cooper Aviation facility.

The April meeting is TBD, depending on the status of the Coronavirus situation.

Thanks to Dan Burdette, Chapter 24 Flight Advisor, for giving a terrific presentation to our

group on certifying and test flying experimental aircraft.

When the next meeting does happen, we will be reviewing the Chapter bylaws which have not

been updated in many years.

A link to the current bylaws and proposed revisions will be sent out via email in the near future.

Please take time before the next meeting and review the documents. Note any issues,







From EAA:

General Guidance to Chapters Regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 2020 - A number of EAA chapters have contacted headquarters regarding guidance,

options, and cautions regarding chapter events, in conjunction with the coronavirus. Here is

some general guidance for those chapter leaders:

1. Communicate with your local public health officials (city, county, etc.). They will have the

best overview on the local situation regarding public events. If there is low risk in

continuing, decide accordingly.

If there are situations such as school district

closings, advisories against large gatherings, and so forth, postponing your event

might be prudent.

2. Volunteers who do not feel well should not participate in a chapter event.

3. Emphasize that the safety and health of all is the primary priority in any decision that is


4. In the case of Young Eagles rallies, additional steps such as wiping headsets, control

yolks/sticks, and commonly touched surfaces with disinfectant wipes after each flight

may be an excellent option.

5. Assure Young Eagles parents and your volunteers that if the event goes as planned,

extra health precautions will be in place. Some of those suggestions are listed below.

Make sure all volunteers follow them.

These are general guidelines. Your local chapter has a better gauge on the situation in your

community than we at EAA headquarters. As always, please heed advisories from the CDC

and your local government agencies.

We will continue to advise chapters of the latest information we have available.






If you know of a classified that is outdated, or want to submit a new one, please notify the

newsletter guy.

Bose A20 and Lightspeed Zulu/Sierra Headset Module Cradle

Mounts in the airplane with Dual Lock Velcro, included.

$20.00; two for $35.00

Contact Doug at






This airplane has won many trophies including “Ladies’ Choice” at the

national convention of the Cessna 120/140 association. See attached equipment sheet. To receive a

photo album by email contact:

Dr. Jim Smith, St. Joseph, MO



Cessna 120 NC77453 S.N. 11897 Continental 85 H.P. TTAF 1605 SMOH 384

STOH 47 cylinders yellow tagged

The aircraft has won numerous trophies including Lady’s Choice at the national convention of the 120/140 association. Most recent trophy in September, 2018.

 Complete restoration and electrical system upgrade to all new components completed in 2000

 Cessna 150 exhaust system

 Stitts Polyfiber

 Aerothane paint

 Polished aluminum

 Airtex interior

 Hooker harness

 Whelan wingtip strobes

 Wing tip position lights

 Left wing landing lights

 Original Cessna 120 wheel pants

 Scott 3200 tailwheel

 Venturi driven gyros

 Bracket air filter

 New Concord sealed battery

 New Fuel selector valve

 New Cleveland wheels and brakes

 New parking brake upgrade

 New tires

 New intercom

 New cabin air vents

 New carb heat box

 New carb overhaul with yellow tag

 King KT 76A, mode C, certified in July, 2018

 King KY 97A

 ELT $29,500

The previous owner, a good friend, pampered this plane for 40 years. I purchased it from him with the intent to bring it up to perfect condition and sell it. It is a delight to fly. Straight and level with hands-off, it indicates 105 mph. Everything works. There has been no expense spared in preparing this gorgeous old bird for the next owner. It draws a crowd and wins trophies everywhere it goes. Contact me to receive a photo album.


10 NOTICE: If you are receiving the newsletter but are not a member of the chapter and would like to become a member, please contact our Treasurer, Jeff Seebach and he will provide you an application. If you are already, a member of EAA National all that is required is to fill out our application and pay $20.00 and you are then a member of EAA Chapter 1098. If you are unable or do not want to join at this time, you are still welcome to attend our regular meetings.


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