The Officers and Board of Directors


2019 – Present

Chris lives on a small farm in Woodbine, Maryland. He collects and works on a variety of tractors, cars, and trucks. By day, Chris is an Engineer designing chemical plants. Outside of work and tractors, Chris enjoys American history.


jason green

2020 – PRESENT

Thurmont, Maryland


dan schindler

2019 – present

Hampstead, Maryland


mitch daly

2019 – present

Baldwin, Maryland

phil hartline

past President
2016 – 2019

Jarrettsville, Maryland


jon anderson

permanent director


tom smith

2019 – 2022

Tom started collecting and restoring full size two-cylinder tractors in 2000. Fairly new to the hobby, he jumped in with both feet eventually switching over from big tractors to lawn and garden tractors. Tom and his wife also breed, raise and show Myotonic (fainting) goats. Tom has also been a past President and Vice President of the club.

PATrick applegate

2020 – present

Mount Airy, Maryland

billy loveless

2019 – 2022

Billy has been fascinated with John Deere tractors since he was very young. He is very fortunate to have had a supportive grandfather, Jack Stubbs, who facilitated this hobby with several John Deere A’s, B’s, D’s, R’s, H’s etc., plus numerous other tractors of different colors. Billy enjoys participating in parades and shows while educating the public on the history of agriculture equipment in the United States.

frank kutlak

2019 – 2022

Frank is a Registered Architect, retiring after 25 years at NIH. He owns a 1946 IH M that he uses to bush hog 7 acres on his and his neighbors land. Frank has been a  Two Cylinder member since 2012.  His interests are photography (Frank takes a lot of tractor event pictures and manages the Two Cylinder Face Book page),  Dobermans (they have had 11 over the past 30 years, one an AKC champion), gardening, (Frank raises multiple varieties of tomatoes from seed) and traveling.


Bruce Taylor

2020 – present

Ed zimmerman

2020 – present

howard salan


Howard joined the club in 1990.  He started in the tractor hobby in 1989 with the purchase of a 1967 112 Lawn Tractor.  He restored that and moved on to a 1938 Model L.  As Howard says, it was “all down hill from there!”  He has served as aBoard Member, Secretary, Historian, VP, and President from 1999-2000.  Howard has been editing the Club’s newsletter for the last 23 years.