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First licensed in 1973 as WN4HFR (novice). Thanks to all those who encouraged me to become a ham.

I was a technician for more than 25 years working 2, 6 and 10 meter all modes. Had a 2 meter repeater for several years. Upgraded to Advanced. Work 2 meter Packet and APRS. Had a Packet BBS and 4 nodes for many years. Now working several digital modes as well as JT65.

In 1974 attended my first weather spotters class. Volunteer DES (Disaster & Emergency Services). ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Services) District Emergency Coordinator for District 14 in Kentucky. Appointed Deputy Director for EM (Emergency Management) for the City of Nicholasville, KY and later became Emergency Management Director for the City of Nicholasville, KY. Worked hand in hand in EM and ARES for over 25 years.

Ham Radio has been more than a hobby, it’s a lifestyle.

 

Me and my Drake station and 2 meter repeater 1978.

Me, my Drake station and 2 meter repeater in 1979.

 

 

My first station 1973.

My first station 1973.

 

 

Bottom to top of my 70' tower, 6 meter 6 element, 2 meter 15 element, 2 meter stacked 11 element, 6 meter halo and 2 meter ringo ranger. Looking down from my 110' tower.

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