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David Blackford, G3NPB, 12 July 2015

| July 28, 2015

It is with great sadness that I announce of the passing of David Blackford, G3NPB, the South West GB2RS newsreader for a number of years. He became a silent key on 12 July 2015. Notification by Trev H Harris, G2KF

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John Mallinson, M0NMR, 17 July 2015

| July 24, 2015

It is with great sadness that we have to tell you that our father, John Mallinson, M0NMR passed away on Friday, 17 July, peacefully, at home, in his sleep. Edward and Jonathan Mallinson  

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Duncan Aird, G3MFE, 25 February 2015

| July 10, 2015

My father Duncan Aird, G3MFE, sadly passed away on 25th February 2015. Changmee Aird

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Robin Hewes T. Eng, FSER, G3TDR, June 2015

| June 29, 2015

Robin Hewes, G3TDR, became a Silent Key after suffering a stroke, a broken hip and a heart attack in June 2015. He was an enthusiastic member of the Society serving a term on the RSGB council, during which he was the Events Organiser and Manager of Many RSGB Exhibitions and Rallies. He edited the RSGB […]

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Tony Howard, G1TKX, 17 June 2015

| June 22, 2015
Tony Howard, G1TKX, 17 June 2015

b Sheffield, South Yorkshire 1957 – d Sheffield, South Yorkshire 17 June 2015, aged 58 Tony Howard was born in Sheffield and spent his entire life in the ‘Steel City’ otherwise, often referred to as ‘the biggest village in England’, a reference to the open, friendly people of the city. After attending primary and secondary […]

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Richard Brett-Knowles, G3AAT, March 2015

| June 22, 2015
Richard Brett-Knowles, G3AAT, March 2015

Richard Brett-Knowles, G3AAT (B-K to his many friends) died in early March at the age of 91. Born in 1924, he was educated at Wellington School, where his abilities were recognised and, in those happy days before official obsession with health and safety prevented pupils from having any practical hands-on experience of technology at school, […]

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