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Shiro Nomura, JA1CB, SK:

from The ARRL Letter, Vol 21, No 04 on January 31, 2002
Website: http://www.arrl.org/
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Shiro Nomura, JA1CB, SK:

Retired Kenwood executive and chief engineer Shiro Nomura, JA1CB, of Tokyo, Japan, died January 18. He was 70. An ARRL and Japan Amateur Radio League member, Nomura was a Kenwood Communications Corporations chief engineer and research-and-development manager prior to his retirement. He also was the designer of the popular TS-930S transceiver. Between 1989 and 1997, he directed Kenwood USA operations in California. Nomura was a DXCC Honor Roll member (352 mixed) and was active on the air until shortly before he died. Survivors include his wife and the couple's son and daughter. A service was held January 22 in Tokyo. Friends may express condolences to the family via e-mail, ja1cb@jarl.com.--Junji Saito, JA7SSB

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The ARRL Letter Vol. 21, No. 04 January 25, 2002

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