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Discussion in 'Silent Keys / Friends Remembered' started by NE2X, Dec 7, 2016.

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  1. VE3TMT

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    His booming signal will be missed. Many many times I heard no other station on 20m except Seymour working long path!

    RIP OM.
     
  2. MI0AIH

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    I was very saddened to learn the passing of Seymour W6CCP .He was the voice of America ,his knowledge and respect for other operators was supreme.His signals were awesome coupled with the tone of voice made him one of the All time greats, a master of the hobby which we have lost.To his family and friends I send my sincere condolences America has lost another great son .The hobby was blessed with his presence .R.I.P. Seymour best 73`s
     
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  3. VE6WDE

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    Rest in Peace Seymour you will be greatly missed in the Ham World!
     
  4. K2HAT

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    Dr. Seymour Lesonsky, W6CCP Memorial Page

    A personal campaign sponsored by Rick Spiegel

    http://events.doctorswithoutborders...onorDrive.personalCampaign&participantID=3822

    Dear Ham Radio Friends,

    Thank you for visiting the Dr. Seymour, W6CCP fundraising page. Please join me to support the lifesaving mission of Doctors Without Borders IN HIS HONOR!

    Seymour Lesonsky, MD, age 86, passed away on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at Sunny Rose Glen in Menifee, CA. He was born on November 13, 1930 in Brooklyn, NY.

    Dr. Lesonsky “Doc” practiced medicine in Anaheim, Rancho Mirage/Palm Desert, and Anza, CA during his 58-year career. Doc had many diverse interests and hobbies from fishing, amateur (ham) radio, farming (including pigs, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, and pumpkins, etc.), classical music, piano, and most recently solar technology.

    In 1977, Seymour moved his family to Anza where he enjoyed an unprecedented reputation as one of the strongest ham radio signals in the world. Everyone knew Whiskey Six CHARLIE CHARLIE PAPPA.....

    Funeral and burial services were held on Friday, December 9, 2016, at Mount Sinai, Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles CA. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Dr. Lesonsky’s name to www.doctorswithoutborders.org or via this page.

    Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an independent international medical humanitarian organization that provides aid to people in some 60 countries whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe, primarily due to armed conflict, epidemics, malnutrition, exclusion from health care, or natural disasters.

    I'm raising funds and awareness to support its response to emergencies around the world. Your donation will be put to work immediately to deliver urgent medical care including treatment for malnutrition, emergency surgery, and lifesaving vaccinations for people around the world.

    Thank you for your support and for getting involved. Every little bit helps and is greatly appreciated (and Tax deductible!)! You can learn more about its work by visiting www.doctorswithoutborders.org.

    Paula Lesonsky-Snyder

    Daughter.

    http://events.doctorswithoutborders...onorDrive.personalCampaign&participantID=3822
     
  5. W5APL

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    I started out with a YAESU FRG-7 and heard Seymour W6CCP on 20 meters at 14.200 in the morning here in Arlington, Texas. I wrote to him in April 2015 and he send me his qsl card. He will be missed by many ham's around the world. 14.200 will never be the same without you. 73, Albert Little N5APL
     
  6. PD9Z

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    I'm still sad about this news....but some day we meet again Seymour.
    Thanks for learning and talking with you on 20m. Your voice will be circling around the world....and it always will come from the LP.

    73s....rip Seymour....Sascha de PD9Z
     
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  7. AA7EJ

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    Many of mine first contacts on "new" cobweb antenna were with W6 Canadian Canadian Pacific.
    Most memorable QSO was about Seymour's enterprise of growing mushrooms.
    RIP OM

    73 AA7EJ Vaclav
     
  8. F5PTA

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    R.I.P Seymour good contacts '' long path'' in French 59+20 charlie charlie papa
    Long path in the sky remember
    Philippe by from Lyon F5PTA / TM 100 Wood-Belleau
     
  9. W0PV

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  10. NE2X

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    Yes, thats him....thanks for sharing
     

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