Copied from the obituary better late than never: Glen Whitehouse K1GW SK It is with a great deal of sadness that I report the passing of Glen Whitehouse K1GW on September 5 at age 76, after a long battle with cancer. Glen was a Ham for more than 60 years, and is known for his far ranging interests in operating and technology as well as commercial interests. Glen was the former President of The Cushcraft Antenna Company where he initiated a number of technological product programs, including the Skywalker X7, X9 HF line, and the VHF/UHF Yagi line known as Boomers, all helping to support the company’s leadership position. He came to Cushcraft from G.R. Whitehouse & Co., which provided component parts for high power amplifiers and tuners. Originally from Unity, Maine, Glen lived for many years in Amherst, New Hampshire before retiring to the Raleigh area of North Carolina. He earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Clarkson University, an MBA from Texas A&M, and was a proud Air Force veteran who served in Thailand during the Vietnam War. He was an avid contester being an early member and officer of the Yankee Clipper Contest Club as well as several VHF contest groups. He was a member of the Raleigh Area Radio Society, an ARRL Life Member and also served on several ARRL advisory committees including the early no-code licensing advisory committee. He was an enthusiastic supporter of the hobby always encouraging new Hams and looking for ways to support them. He was a proficient CW operator and DXer, working 347 Countries and achieving Honor Role status. He remained active until almost the end working toward new DX goals. Those close to him will remember his dry sense of humor and quick wit. He was always looking for something new and taught himself software programming and built several SDR home brew radios. Glen is survived by his wife, Sharon of 53 years; daughters, Corrie Forsling (Scott) of Park City, Utah and Tracy McGuire (Gary) of Holly Springs; brother, Fred Whitehouse (Grace) of Venice, Florida; and grandchildren, Connor McGuire, Trevor McGuire, Kendall Kirklen, and Kasey Kirklen.