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MacMaster, Greg (R)State Representative District 105
State Rep. Greg MacMaster of Kewadin was elected in November 2010.
Since 1991, MacMaster has been a broadcast meteorologist for Northern Michigan radio and televisions stations, including WTCM-Traverse City, WATZ-Alpena, WBCM-Boyne City, WJML Petoskey, WMOM in Ludington WWTV/WWUP TV 9 and 10 in Cadillac, Chief Meteorologist for WPBN/WTOM TV 7 & 4 News and WGTU/WGTQ 29 & 8 in Traverse City. He served 10 years in the USAF, based in Idaho as an observer and was sent to Germany as a forecaster in 1987. He has been a full member of the American Meteorological Society since 1987. MacMaster was an instructor at Northwestern Michigan College teaching Aviation Weather and is a full member of the American Meteorological Society, a spokesperson for the FAA on related subjects dealing with weather in the aviation community and is an agricultural and Forensic Meteorologist.
MacMaster received his meteorological training while serving in the United States Air Force and earned a meteorological technical degree in Atmospheric Science from the Community Colleges of the Air Force. He also is a licensed pilot.
MacMaster, born in Inglewood, California, attends Sacred Heart Church in Elk Rapids. His hobbies include various martial arts, competition Tae Kwon Do, golf, hiking, camping, boating, scuba diving (ice dive, search and rescue, deep water and shipwrecks), underwater archaeology, flying, baseball, golf, NASCAR, Red Wing hockey and hunting
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