Philip C. GregoryPhil Gregory is the vice chairman of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, and was the acting executive director of the NAWCC for seven months in 2006.He has been on the Board since 2005.Phil is a collector of early American clocks from 1800 to 1880.He
particularly likes woodworks, Atkins, steeple on steeple, and wagon spring examples.He
has co-authored the book The Clocks of Irenus Atkins.He has a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering and taught at the university for three years before serving as a research officer in the U.S. Air Force.Phil
teaches reverse glass painting, stenciling, woodwork repair, dial painting, and gold leafing in the Chapter 124 education program.He
also teaches these classes for chapters throughout the Midwest and as part of the NAWCC Field Suitcase Workshops.He is a member of the Cog Counters, Chapters 1, 15, 80, 124, 139, and 185 and lectures at many regionals on Atkins, reverse glass, and dial painting.He
has prepared the exhibit for the Dallas National and the Atkins exhibit for the Oklahoma National.He has held all offices through president of Chapter 124 and he is an NAWCC Fellow.He is a retired aerospace executive, has owned many small businesses including a radio station in Oklahoma City, retail stores in Houston, and a hair salon in Irving.His last professional job was working as a missile design consultant in Belfast, Northern Ireland, for three years for an English firm developing an air defense missile for the French.He
wife Carol have six children and seven grandchildren scattered throughout the United States.
...WS-124: Dial Painting with Phil Gregory