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Re: KK5YY Memorial Gathering



Brian,

Distance precludes me from getting there in person although I have had Jerry
on my mind since I learned about him.

Does Barbara or anyone else have any lasting memorial in mind?  I would
imagine quite a few might be interested in doing something in his name.
Please let me know.

Mal Preston, NP2L
St. John, USVI

----- Original Message -----
From: Brian P. Mileshosky <n5zgt@swcp.com>
To: <AMSAT-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Monday, May 26, 2003 6:28 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] KK5YY Memorial Gathering


> Fellow Hams:
>
> Barbara, Jerry KK5YY's wife, asked me to distribute information about
> Jerry's memorial gathering.  Please pass this on to other hams you know,
on
> nets, at Ham gatherings, etc.  The gathering will take place this Sunday,
> June 1st, 2:00PM at the Pajarito Ski Lodge.  The area is through Los
Alamos
> on the way to Jemez Springs. There will be a road to the right with a
small
> brown sign with a skier on it and you follow that road to the end where
> you'll see the runs and the lodge.  Complete driving directions are
located
> at http://www.skipajarito.com/directions.html.  Barbara is really hoping
> that a lot of people are able to come because it would make Jerry feel
> happy.  Jerry knew many of you guys and gals, so please forgive Barbara if
> she doesn't recognize you!
>
> This will not be a service.  Just a few little desserts, drinks and
pictures
> of Jerry, etc.  She hopes a few people will feel comfortable sharing a
story
> or a few remarks with the group that is there.  Just being there will mean
a
> lot to them, but if you are unable to make it, please at least spend a
> minute or two around that time thinking of Jerry.
>
> While the above is all the information anyone should need, if there are
any
> questions, don't hesitate to email me with them.  I hope to see everyone
> there to remember and pay tribute to a great Ham.  Local repeaters that
can
> be used on the way from at least the Albuquerque area are the 145.33 (-,
100
> Hz PL) on Sandia Crest and the 145.19 (-, no PL) atop Pajarito Mountain.
> Let's all produce some RF and chat on the way.
>
> 73,
> Brian, N5ZGT
>
> Amateur Radio Station N5ZGT - N5ZGT PBBS, 145.01 MHz
> ARRL Life Member, NorCal #1700, QRP-L #580, AK/QRP #125
> Boy Scouts of America - Eagle Scout - ASM, Troop 409
> Vigil Honor Member, O.A. Lodge 66 Yah-Tah-Hey-Si-Kess
>
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