Harry got his call sign in Colorado in about 1976. In the military he was in long distance communications, involving the latest equipment at the time. He started in civilian life being interested in C.B. radio, and was active in a group in Colorado Springs. He then began his interest in ham radio. those who knew him knew he was in poor health due to 40 years of smoking. He was sick about 10 days before he passed away, in the hospital 4 days, and died suddenly and unexpectedly.
Harry belonged to Intertie Inc., AARL, TAPRS and was into packet radio.
Pat Ridenour, XYL
October 24, 2000