It is with deep regret the I have to inform you that my brother Bryan died on 12 June 2016. He had been in hospital for nearly two months. Amateur radio gave my brother hours of pleasure, seeing that he had been in a wheelchair for 50 years and he loved talking to all corners […]
George was a founding member of the Lothians Radio Society in 1946 and its second President in 1947-48. He was the club’s RSGB representative for many years. George died in a care home in Edinburgh where he had lived for some years following the death of his XYL. Tribute by Alan Masson, GM3PSP Lothians Radio Society […]
It is with great sadness that we share with you the loss of The Secretary General of The Nigeria Amateur Radio Society, Mr Oyekunle Ajayi, 5N0OBA / 5N7MBA on 30 March 2016. He was a pillar and active promoter of NARS for over 25 years and will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife, children and […]
It is with great sadness that the Wakefield & District Radio Society must announce the death of one of its long standing members, Bernard Law, 2E0DDM. Bernard was an avid PSK operator and will be sorely missed. The Committee and Members extend their sympathy to Bernard’s family.
It is with regret that I have to inform you that my dad passed away on 29th March aged 75. Unbelievably my mother passed away the following day. Dad was a former RAF Boy Entrant Telegraphist, joining in 1956 at aged 16, and left the RAF in 1980 after 24 years. He worked for BT […]
Amateur radio enthusiasts in Caithness and Orkney are sorry to announce the passing of one of our key radio amateur colleagues. GM7GMC was one of our longest serving GB2RS news readers. For over 25 years George was involved in reading the RSGB News at 9.30am local time, via the local repeater GB3OC. In 2014 fellow […]