Congratulations are due to Bill Bugert, who stepped down after 15 years as editor of The E-Gobrecht, Liberty Seated Collectors Club's electronic newsletter.
Here's his final editor's note. -Editor
This is my last issue as the E-Gobrecht Editor-Publisher. Long time club member Paul Kluth will assume the Editing-Publishing of the E-Gobrecht beginning with the
next issue. After 15 full years and 179 monthly issues, it is time to turn over this responsibility to new energy and fresh ideas.
I wish to thank Paul for taking on this duty. Paul is new to retirement from his careers and now has time to continue supporting the Liberty Seated Collectors Club in different
ways. Besides authoring numerous articles for the club publications, Paul routinely helps the club to liaison with local clubs and assists at manning club tables at shows. He will
now have the E-Gobrecht also.
It has been my privilege and pleasure to publish the E-Gobrecht since January 2005 after club member Michael Fey approached John McCloskey and I with this idea at the
Fall 2004 Baltimore show. With no club email address listing and no authors, I took on this challenge. With a slow start, it is now a nationally recognized award winning
publication. This is due to the huge support I received over the years and I sincerely want to thank the club membership. Numerous individuals, far too many to specifically
mention, all helped me make the E-Gobrecht a success. Most notably and recently, this newsletter would not have been worthwhile without the columnists, Len Augsburger,
Craig Eberhart, Dennis Fortier, and Greg Johnson. John Frost always provided great support and I am truly thankful to all these individuals and to many others. I know Paul with
continue and surpass this success.
Lastly, I know you, the LSCC members, will continue to support Paul in future issues. Without submissions, the newsletter is not newsworthy. I will continue to be the
Gobrecht Journal Editor-Publisher.
Good luck to new editor Paul Kluth. -Editor
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