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Originally licensed as a Novice in 1958 as KN6RIM. A few months later, I upgraded my license and became K6RIM.

Held the callsign W4RIM between 1973-1996. During most of those years, I lived with my XYL and family in Memphis, TN. After my retirement from active law practice, we returned to the SF Bay Area (where I grew up) and I reclaimed my original callsign, K6RIM, which has never been held by anyone else.

QTH is Kentfield, a small town (pop ~6,500) located in Marin County, CA - about 10 miles north of San Francisco.

Married attorney; four children, two grandchildren.

Number 1 Honor Roll for many years.

Primary radio interests: chasing DX on HF, mostly CW; some contesting.

Station equipment:

Kenwood TS-990S, Alpha 9500, Traffie Hexbeam (HX5Bi) and SteppIR Big IR Vertical w/80M Coil.

The Hexbeam is mounted on a Force 12 low-profile tower (LPT834) and is rotated with an AlfaSpid RAU.

Backup equipment is a Kenwood TS-590S and an Elecraft KPA500 solid-state auto-tune amplifier.

Radio-Related Affiliations:

Redwood Empire DX Association (REDXA) - President (1998-2000)(2006-2008); Secretary (2005-2006); Director (2008-2009)

Northern California DX Club (NCDXC) - Secretary (1972-1974) - President (1995-1996)

Northern CA Contest Club (NCCC) - Member

Northern CA DX Foundation (NCDXF) - Vice President (1998-2009) - Director (2009) - Advisor (2009-2012)

ARRL, Volunteer Counsel

Rev: K6RIM - Sat Nov 21 16:11:01 1998


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                               (Above) View of Mt. Tamalpais from rear yard of QTH in Kentfield, CA      

                                             (Below) Traffie Hexbeam on Force 12 Low Profile Tower




             The vertical (toward the front of the house) is a SteppIR Big IR with 80M coil

                                                       [Note the bird on the Traffie Hexbeam]


                                                             K6RIM +  DX Hounds Sadie & Beejay


Just steps from our rear yard is a multi-use path and the Corte Madera Creek. Mt. Tamalpais is seen in the distance.







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