Rev. Paul Bittner W0AIH - SK

Discussion in 'Silent Keys / Friends Remembered' started by NN3W, Nov 1, 2018.

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  1. OE1KYW

    OE1KYW Ham Member QRZ Page

    Paul did not leave us, he just preceded us.
    Rest in peace old friend, Kurt from Vienna / Austria-Europe
    2nd qth North / West Hungary HA1AY
    Paul visited us with Regina and others on HA1AY in the 1990s.
    A lot of strength for the bereaved
    Sad regards Kurt-OE1KYW / Gabi HA1AY
  2. KC1FOZ

    KC1FOZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    R.I.P sir
    You will forever be remembered in our hearts and on the air.
  3. W0IS

    W0IS Ham Member QRZ Page

    This information was posted on the Northern Lights Radio Society mailing list:

    Visitation will be Friday Nov 9 from 4 to 8pm.? The
    funeral will be Saturday Nov 10 at 11am, with viewing from about 10:00
    to 10:45.? All will be at Paul's old church, St. John's Lutheran in Fall
    Creek, about a mile east of the Farm.? Burial will be at the cemetery
    just across the road.
  4. W0PV

    W0PV Ham Member QRZ Page

    Note for all, I received this info yesterday -

    "In order to plan for the funeral Paul WØUC has asked for you to RSVP if you plan to attend. Please send a message to if you plan to attend the funeral (indicate if your spouse or others will join you). "

    John, WØPV
  5. J85X

    J85X Ham Member QRZ Page

    Great Soul gone to rest.
  6. WA9ZQS

    WA9ZQS Ham Member QRZ Page

    I met Paul 30+ years ago at his antenna farm east of Eau Claire, WI. I kept driving by his site on the I94 freeway heading to Milwaukee. Lots of broadcast type towers to the north on a hill and they were not lit at night. One day, on a return trip, I took the nearest exit and found my way to the towers. What an impressive site! Towers all over and a few buildings. I knocked on the door by all the cars and found the most impressive ham shack ever. The guys inside showed me around and Paul stopped by a few minutes later and gave me a tour outside. He said his towers were decomissioned broadcast towers that he dismantled as he had the tools. He had towers laying on the ground still in pieces. Some of the towers were rented to repeater groups. I will always remember Paul and the visit!
    Ken, WA9ZQS

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