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I've been a HAM since 1957. I Enjoy DXing and have 340 countries worked with 339 confirmed.

Awards are DXCC, WAC, WAS, WPX, and THE ARRL Operating Achievement Award.

As a School Teacher in NYC and in Greensboro, NC, I have assisted 93 of my students to get their ticket.


I owe so much to my Best and Dearest friend Michael, K2CBI for introducing me to amateur radio more than 57 years ago. I would also like to include my good friend Larry, K2LS for being my DX "Guru". He has been instrumental in my attaining 340 countries worked. My sincerest thanks also go to my friend Steve Simpson, KG4AYC, who helped me become a successful mobile operator after all these years. In addition, I would like to include another old friend into this illustrious group. He is Joe Wiedeman, K2MUF. Joe was instrumental in helping me get started with our first school radio station at PS120, Flushing NY. Last but not least, I am so glad that my nephew Blaise, in South Carolina has become licensed as an Extra Class. His call is KN4J, and he has made me so proud once again to be a teacher...... Please give me a call whenever you hear me on the bands.

QSL info: I prefer DX cards via Buro,  eQSL, and LOTW.

I love this hobby!smiley

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