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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Harold Kidd (KD8XU)


October 30, 1999


Harold was a member of the Plateau Amateur Radio Association, Inc. and the ARRL. Harold was active member of the club. He maintained the clubs repeaters, help with Field Day, Hamfest and many other activities. Harold was always looking towards the clubs best interest. He will be greatly missed by all who new him.

Contributed by: Juddie Burgess (KC8CON)


I remember Harold as a cheerful man and always kidding around, enjoying life. Anyone who loves Heathkit equipment as Harold did is a true ham!! Harold had recently gotten saved and was letting God guide his life. God is now by his side, Harold is now in a much better place. Watch over us Harold, we hope to join you when our time comes. 73 old buddy! Bill Wilson WA8YTM

Contributed by: Bill Wilson (WA8YTM)


I guess i will always remember Harold as a happy individual, smiling and kidding with people. He would come to the bdarc meetings, come up to me and say "who are you." Harold we love you and one day we will meet again. Bill Bennett N8ZAE President BDARC

Contributed by: N8ZAE (N8ZAE)


I remember meeting Harold on the air back in 1993 as I travelled through Robson on HWY 61 in Fayette Co. I finally got to meet Harold at the Fayetteville Hamfest and had seen him at Dayton Hamfest for the last several years. He was genuine,well liked, and a real friend to many people. I particularly remember the pristine Heathkit radios in his collection. Harold,a fine gentleman will be missed by all who knew him.

Contributed by: K4HYE (K4HYE)


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