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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

Sadly, Tony Howard, G1TKX passed away, after a very short illness, on the evening of Wednesday 17 June 2015. He had been having problems with not being able to keep food down since just before Easter. Initially, an endoscopy suggested he had a hiatus hernia but further tests in his last month or so revealed […]

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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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Bill Pasternack, WA6ITF, 11 June 2015

| June 22, 2015

A well-known voice in the Amateur Radio news media has gone silent. Bill Pasternak, WA6ITF, of Santa Clarita, California, died June 11 following a period of ill health. He was 73. Pasternak was co-founder (with Jim Hendershot, WA6VQP) ofAmateur Radio Newsline™ (formerly The Westlink Report) ham radio news webcast and a frequent presence at Amateur […]

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Eric Rodgers, G3MWN

| June 22, 2015

It is with deep regret to announce the death of Eric Rodgers, G3MWN. Eric was a founder member of Mexborough & DARS which is to celebrate its 50th anniversary this year. Eric taught the RAE at the Mexborough club for 35 years and could be heard on 20m regularly in QSO with fellow amateurs in […]

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Ray Gerrard, G3NOM and HS0ZDZ, 20 May 2015

| May 28, 2015

Former Vice President of the Radio Amateur Society of Thailand (RAST) under the patronage of His Majesty the King (RAST) Ray Gerrard, G3NOM and HS0ZDZ passed away at his home in Bangkok peacefully on May 20, 2015 aged 75. His passing follows a heart attack that he had suffered more than a decade earlier. At […]

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