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Notice: DO NOT SEND QSL for K7A unless you worked me during Field Day Weekend!! That is the only time I use that callsign. QSLs for any other date will NOT be confirmed. Look the call up in W5YI.com for those qsos...Alan

Originally from the Florida panhandle where my father worked for Graham Air Base. First exposed to radio when I touched the bare tuning knob of my fathers shortwave receiver while barefoot standing on bare ground. After coming too I knew I was permanently hooked on radio.

We moved to North Alabama in the early 1960's where the newest technology craze was the telephone (really). Living in the woods and studying by candlelight (just kidding) I managed to study for my novice ticket but never found anyone to give the exam. I continued to listen to shortwave radio and my dad and I built a Knight Kit Star Roamer which I still have to this day. My dad never was a ham but he loved radio and was my mentor in electronics, sure do miss him.

I learned to play the guitar at 15 and played professionally and semipro the next 31 years, another attribute I can credit my dad. After High School I went to college with a major in broadcasting. During my last year a couple of college friends got their ticket and I decided to try for mine. In 1977 I became WA4RLR with an advanced ticket until 1982 when I changed my call to KE4NU.

I went back to college and got a degree in Medical Technology as jobs were far and few between around Jasper, Alabama. I worked as a dialysis machine tech for 11 years. In 2001 after losing joint custody of my son and expecting my job to be eliminated I moved to the wilds of the Bitterroot Valley of Western Montana in September of 2001. I upgraded to extra in March 07. I'm active on most bands and the local ham club and have a great life and career now. Here is the lowdown on my present station: Yaesu FTDX-1200, Icom 746PRO, Yaesu 857D, Collins 30L1, Skywalker 600, homebrew 20-10 meter hexbeam, 160 fullwave horizonal loop. Mostly operate CW, and restore old receivers (have a room full now) in my spare time. Also a practioner of QiGong and Tai Chi for over 2 years now. I have been employed by GSK Biologicals since 2006. Maybe I can retire someday!! 73 Alan

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QRZ Logbook Summary for - KE4NU
Latest Contacts for KE4NU at QRZ.com
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ZD8O 2014-11-17 15m CW JJ00aa Ascension Island Contest Station
KO5DX 2014-06-29 40m CW EM22nq United States LARRY J WISE
9M6RHM 2013-02-02 15m CW OJ85av East Malaysia Abdul Rahim Marjaya
ZK3T 2013-01-27 12m CW AI40as Tokelau Islands Dieter DJ2EH
CP4BT 2013-01-04 15m CW FG68qh Bolivia CLAUS BRAUN
JT1AA 2012-10-31 15m CW ON37kw Mongolia Gantulga Ts
BD4FM 2012-10-03 20m CW PM01qh China MING LIN
FO4BM 2012-09-27 10M SSB BH52cm French Polynesia Philippe GLOAGUEN
A45XR 2012-09-23 20m CW LL93do Oman CHRIS DABROWSKI
FO4BM 2012-09-23 10M SSB BH52cm French Polynesia Philippe GLOAGUEN
OP4K 2011-03-06 15M SSB JO21ff Belgium "Joe" Joseph ZIEGELSHIFFER
N4EMP 2011-02-27 20m PSK31 EM63jt United States Eddie M Phillips
N4EMP 2011-02-27 20m PSK31 JM03au United States Eddie M Phillips
W5LE 2011-02-27 160M SSB EM15xt United States LESLIE E LEWIS

Book Totals: 54 qso's   41 confirmed Get a free logbook at QRZ.COM

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