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I was introduced to Amateur Radio during my Fulbright Year at the Cuttington University College in Liberia, West Africa in 1984. My son, Arthur, KB8CUK, was in the Campus School, but the curriculum offered in the assigned grade was one year behind that to which he had been exposed. So, there was a need for him to return to Portage. Henry H. Hali, EL7E, made available a telephone patch with Roy Dahlhaus, W2ABM, who, in turn, ran the patch to my late wife alerting her that Arthur was being returned home with my colleague from Kalamazoo College who was there doing research for a three-week period. When I returned to the States in 1985, I made contact with Sam Brown, KC8HY, who introduced me to the two radio clubs in the Kalamazoo Area. I made Novice in 1986 and moved on to General. So, each time I returned to Sub-Saharan Africa I utilized Amateur Radio as a prelude to my visit.

I am from the City of Chicago, originally. I joined the faculty of Kalamazoo College in 1968, a college that has sent students out of the Country to study since 1961 - - including Sub-Saharan Africa.

My son, Arthur, KB8CUK, became an amateur radio operator in 1987.

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