1986 - Gary Nicholl

1994 - Ron Pettit

2015 - Barb Kuzma

2002 - Larry Kuzma

2001 - Wade Barkell

1999 - Liz Barkell

1989 - Paula Spears

1985 - Jim Johnson

1990 - Bob Sommers

2012 - Bob Sommers

2000 - Bruce Hendrickson

2007 - Sam Paiz

2008 - Sam Paiz

1993 - Wayne Lush.

1987 - Pete Zakar

1997 - Brian Young

PAST CLUB PRESIDENTS:

1996 - Bill Patterson

1998 - Liz Barkell

1988 - Wayne Lush.

1991 - John Harper

2016 - Barb Kuzma

Classical Glass Corvette Club

​Since 1983



2009 - Bob Ramlo

2017 - Bob Ramlo

2005 - Rick Moody

2014 - Barb Kuzma

2018 - Brian Young

Corvette...Anything else is just a car!

2006 - Rick Moody

1992 - Lois Hallberg

2004 - Larry Kuzma

2010 - Bob Ramlo

2011 - Bob Sommers

1984 - Dan Smith

1983 - Dan Smith

1995 - Bob Sommers

2003 - Larry Kuzma

Excerpt from the January 2004 minutes: 

The year 2004 was the twentieth anniversary of Classical Glass, John gave a presentation on the origins and history of the club. John has quite likely held continuous membership in the club longest of all. In 1984, the year following the club’s organization, John’s had membership number 6, right behind the five founding members. 

In August of 1983, Dave Baker, Gary Nicholl, Ron Pettit, Dan Smith, and Neil Whitehead, friends and enthusiastic Corvette owners, held a membership rally in the parking lot of Frontier Mall in Cheyenne. Classical Glass was off and running! 

John brought a blue and white club jacket from the early days, and a more familiar white and red jacket from later. John has decorated the white jacket with many of the jacket patches from past Black Hills Corvette Classics in Spearfish, South Dakota. It appears he has more patches than jacket! 

John discussed the original logo and its change over the years. The logo in 1984 featured an image of the 1984 Corvette, the first year of C4 production. Over the years as the C4’s design matured and changed, and as the C5 was introduced, the logo featuring the 1953 and 1984 Corvettes remained unaltered. A quest for club polo shirts in the spring of 2003 led to the logo design now in use, still featuring the 1953 Corvette, but the 1984 had become a 2003 C5. 

Showing his adaptation to the world of laptop computers, photo scanning and PowerPoint presentations, John gave a slide show of club events and people. An almost life-size younger version of Martin Egan was shown projected on the wall detailing his 1977 Corvette at a Mall show. John decided to have the picture of Martin open the show to commemorate his being named chairman of the board for 2004. Mall shows were the perfect opportunity to super-detail your car. You had almost three whole days in an air conditioned building to do as much as you could stand. The downside was that the cars were sequestered inside the mall in mid-August when cruising was at a premium. So the club would gather for a Saturday afternoon cook-out and pony keg in the Lush’s backyard as part of the ritual. 

Paula Spears was also pictured at the same mall show cleaning the orange ‘76 coupe she and husband Roy entered. John wanted everyone to know that Paula was the member who suggested, pursued, and gained Classical Glass’s involvement in the Highway Cleanup program. John only inherited it when Paula left. 

John’s memory of the cleanup program was the discovery of how much trash collected around the Archer overpass ramps and of the amazing amount of trash that could be found at the east port-of-entry. As some of the truckers got out of their trucks after parking at the port they would open both cab doors to let our cherished winds clean the truck. After two long cleanup sessions, the club asked the Highway Department to have the port-of-entry area exempted from the clubs two-mile section. 

John showed a photo of several members in orange vests armed with orange bags ready to haul trash. This photo was noteworthy, he told us, because of the large, fluffy clouds shown in the sky. “I could hardly get anyone out to pickup trash if there was a single cloud, anywhere”, he said. 

Photos of former members who have died were shown. John had pictures of Sam and Del Powell, with the ‘62 they restored, before and after the palm tree murals in the coves. LaVera Coleman and Barbara Paterson, were also remembered.

2013 - Barb Kuzma.