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PLEASE SEND QSL CARDS FOR MSWE USS CAVALLA & USS STEWART 2 SHIPS FOR 1 CONTACT TO KK5W ADDRESS AS SHOWN ON THIS QRZ PAGE.
 
 FOR RETURN QSL IN U.S.A.:  PLEASE INCLUDE SASE (SELF ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE ) ; NON-U.S. PLEASE INCLUDE SAE PLUS 1 IRC OR 2 GREENSTAMPS.  OTHERWISE YOUR CARD MAY NOT BE PROCESSED BY THE KK5W QSL MANAGER.

 

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The Brazos Valley Amateur Radio Club

Brazos Valley Amateur Radio Club (BVARC) was organized in 1978 primarily as an emergency communications group available to assist the communities of Missouri City and Stafford when required. Since that time, BVARC has grown and expanded its activities to become the most active amateur radio club in the Southwest Houston and Fort Bend County area. BVARC is a Non-Profit Corporation classified by IRS as 501(c)(3). Today BVARC is truly a general interest amateur radio club with an impressive record of public service. The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) has recognized the club’s commitment of service with the coveted status of Special Services Club. We are proud of our members who represent some of the finest in amateur radio. Membership is not limited to licensed operators, but is open to anyone with an interest in amateur radio. Please see http://www.bvarc.org for information on membership, club meetings, club nets, license testing and activities such as field day and Museum Ships weekend.

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Through the graciousness of Betty Wilcox Zermeno the Brazos Valley Amateur Club has acquired the call of her husband, Al Zermeno, KK5W. As you might remember, Betty (KA0TEN) is a Past President of the Club and she thought it only "fitting" for the Club to get Al's call. The FCC granted the call to us on April 8, 2005 with Randy Pollard (AK5G) as the first trustee. A plaque with the license and a biography of Al Zermeno will be at all Club functions when the call is used. For those of you that did not know Al, you missed a special person and a special and exceptional amateur radio operator.

Al Zermeno was a member of our Club for many years. He was always eager to help our Club in any way he could and participated in many public service events. He was a frequent speaker at our monthly Club meetings talking on complex subjects but “in his own way” he was able to make everyone understand the topic. He was the organizing force that installed and ran the radio room at M.D. Anderson Hospital. He was an “Elmer” to all Hams and a friend to all he talked to on the radio. Al retired from the medical field where he worked as a Physicist for M.D. Anderson Hospital for 25 years. Al was born in San Antonio, Texas and had four daughters.

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