Members who would like to share information about their stamp collecting interests should email a brief biography with attached (jpg) photograph to the club President (see the "Contact Us" tab, above). An alternative would be to provide your information to the President at one of our stamp club meetings.
Currently the MESA STAMP CLUB Associate Treasure and a member since 2009.
Mr. Sanchez has collected stamps since 1975 when he was stationed in Spain as a member of the USAF. During his 14 years of active-duty overseas he has collected stamps from over 60 countries. A published author of 39 Years of Blue, a Collection of Life Stories, Daniel works to display his grand theme-based collections of Hispanic, Native American, and African American stamps and covers to the public. His displays have been presented in events at ASU among other venues. He actively attends Mesa Stamp Club meetings and often brings his two granddaughters who enjoy collecting stamps with him. Mr. Sanchez is also a member of the American Philatelic Society and the Ebony Society of Philatelic Events and Reflections.
Jack Sheldon, Jr.
Currently the MESA STAMP CLUB Secretary.
Jack is mainly a collector of early mint US postage stamps, and enjoys focusing on airmail issues, postal history, plate blocks, and interest-related covers. A native of Michigan, Jack first started collecting during the 1960's just before the issue of the US 5-cent Accomplishments in Space "Space Twin" stamps featuring the Space-Walking Astronaut and the Gemini 4 Capsule (Scott 1331-1332). Jack deeply enjoys his philatelic research activities and continually improving his custom stamp album. He is also an exhibitor of a collection of postcards that were passed down through four generations of his ancestors, and is a published author (USSS Specialist) of articles relating to special collections. Jack is a certified public accountant in Arizona, a life member of the American Philatelic Society, a member of the Phoenix Philatelic Association, the American Air Mail Society, and the United States Stamp Society.
....and where is YOUR biography?