Remembering a Silent Key. Name someone you miss.

Discussion in 'Silent Keys / Friends Remembered' started by KE0EYJ, Mar 16, 2018.

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  1. KT4HX

    KT4HX Ham Member QRZ Page

    Carl Mitchell, KA9DOT (09/12/2012). We went through ham radio classes together given by a local minister ham in 1979. I was KA9DOO and my wife KA9DOP. Carl was a groomsman at our wedding in 1975. Though our lives went different directions, he staying in our small hometown, and we moving away, he remained a friend of whom I have fond memories.
  2. K8JA

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    Mark Dabish K8MD May 8 2013 Good Friend And Avid VHF OP.....Miss you Mark ..
  3. VK4SP

    VK4SP Ham Member QRZ Page

    My good friend Dennis Moore VK2XAR 26/8/46 - 6/9/14
  4. WJ4U

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    Miss my Dad, gone ten years now. :(
  5. W7UUU

    W7UUU Principal Moderator Lifetime Member 133 Administrator Volunteer Moderator Platinum Subscriber Life Member QRZ Page

    Miss my Elmer / Mentor / Friend / Second 'Dad' after mine died when I was 14

    Hank Perozzo, W7UD - originally 7UD

    Miss ya Uncle Dudley (as he was called). Rest in peace old friend.

    Photos below: Hank with his S-Line around 2001; below that, the first ham shack I ever saw: Hanks, with the same S-Line circa 1974. Long story behind the bug - I own it to this day.


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  6. KD5FOY

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    my friend, neighbor, and elmer K5AY, Robert (Bob) E Blair SK Jun 19 2016
  7. K5WQH

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    W5FOA Mac and AA7QJ Bob. Both very good men and highly intelligent. It was an honor to know both of them.

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