With the renewal of AAC memberships every year, there also comes the occasional notification that, for various and often unknown reasons, someone is resigning from the judging ranks. Some may think this is a good
thing, as it potentially allows newer judges more opportunities to put their skills into practice but most of us, I think, regret seeing them leave. Not only do we lose experienced judges, we lose their creativity
in course design that takes the majority of us years to perfect and we lose their insight on rule interpretations, an ongoing learning process as many will attest to.
Below is a short list of retired talent that we can pull from our records but it is not, by far, a complete list. Please take a moment to thank the judges we have lost over time for their contribution in helping the
AAC grow and move forward.
Please advise AAC administration if the list is incomplete or inaccurate