Discussion in 'Silent Keys / Friends Remembered' started by WB8IIA, Mar 29, 2016.
A great loss, always a gentleman and such a distinctive voice and style. 73 Angelo.
That is sad news indeed. I hope his family will accept my deepest sympathy. I would only hope to become as good an amateur radio operator as Angelo was. I am also very proud that Angelo called me a friend. We enjoyed many QSO's over the years. Rest in peace my friend!! Best 73...
I'm very sorry to hear about Angelo. He had a golden voice and was always a pleasure to work. For anyone who hadn't had the pleasure of working his very distinctive station, here's a brief QSO I shared with him on Dec. 7 2014, on 17M. He was one of the best sounding stations on the bands!
Condolences to his family and friends.
I had the pleasure of talking with Angelo on the air several times over the last 6 years. I always enjoyed it and made it a point to do so whenever I heard him on. As a newer ham
I learned a lot from him. He was always friendly and always had time for everyone. I will be sorely missed. I only wish I had gotten to meet him in person. My condolences to his
W7HTA ex KE7DOO
If there is not a Ham Radio Room in Heaven, Angelo will create one. A long and trusted friend whom I visited with many times. My condolences to the family and his wonderful wife Helen.
I had several great QSOs with Angelo since 1970. R. I. P. pal. de W9AJR
Shocked to hear this sad news.I had many contacts with W8ERN Brighton Michigan.Always had a great signal in VK when 10m was open.His voice was distinctive and instantly recognised.You will be missed by your mates in VK.
We talked on 40 many times
He was an old RCA rept back in the days when they had land mobile radios
So sorry to here of Angelo's passing. I always enjoyed contacts with him. He was a true professional and a very helpful and caring person. My condolences to his wife and family. KG7NLF
I am so very sad that I have lost such a good friend and fellow amateur.
I have known Ange for several years now dating back to when I lived in Michigan.
What a great guy and radio operator which is well known by most of the radio community.
I rarely worked anyone that didn't know Angelo and they always had good things to say about him.
I am really going to miss is Radio Voice on the airwaves.
I am sure he is in a good place still listening to the radio bands.
He will be missed on the air by many.