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Re: Silent Key



I first met Tom on a satellite when I became licensed in 1993. Tom was a 
very well liked ham and on the satellites almost all the time. 
Originally operating from Las Vegas, you could find him on almost every 
pass of AO-13, UO-14, SO-50, AO-27 and the like. I had many QSO's with 
him over the years. When his wife retired, he moved to Utah were he 
promptly setup his station and got back on the air. 73 my friend, you 
will be missed.

Bruce
KK5DO


Greg Wycoff wrote:
> I recieved this from Bill W0OQC asking me to repost this msg for him.
>
> Greg could you post the following for me:::
>
> Tom Calder N7MPM became a Silent Key Saturday Morning, April 21 at his home
> in Centerfield Utah.
> Tom had been in poor health for the pass year . Tom was very active on the
> satellites thru the 1990's.
> His wife Joyce is also a Ham also.  Her address is :  Joyce Calder,  150 W.
> 100 N. ,  Centerfield UT  84622.
> Services are pending at this time.
>
> Bill  W0OQC
>
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