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First licensed in 1970, age=10, call=WN0DDC (Loveland, CO). Updated to Technician, General, then Extra in high school, call=WB0ZCV. Moved to Billings, Montana in 1988 with job, new call=WN7Y. (much shorter on CW!)

Worked for Hewlett-Packard 28+ years as field service rep in Montana and Northern Wyoming.  Now work for St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings taking care of telephones, voicemail, and 400 new wireless phones (Vocera).

Most recent ham radio interests are: APRS, PSK31, D-Star, and NBEMS (Narrow Band Emergency Messaging Service).

I am also the ARRL Emergency Coordinator for Yellowstone County, Montana. As such, I head up the local ARES group (YARES - Yellowstone Amateur Radio Emergency Service). I really enjoy meeting with all our served agencies, and soon-to-be-served agencies and telling the "ham radio story".  It is fun to lead a great group of local hams with our 20+ public service events each summer, plus a handful of actual Skywarn and emergency callouts each year.

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