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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Albert "HAL" DeBacco (W7YJG)


April 12, 2003


Hal will be missed greatly, he was the only out of state contact that I had on 2 meters shortly after getting my call. He welcomed me to the hobby, and told me to enjoy it, it has been a lot of fun for himself over the years. Hal, would contact one of the local hams in the Denver,CO metro area nearly daily, just to say "Hi" and to check on how they were doing. A very sincere friend to many, and will be missed on the air greatly. 73's my friend, rest in peace in God's company. You will never be forgotten. Best Wishes to the Family and Friends. From KC0NVI (Randy) and Family.

Contributed by: Randy Schwanke (KC0NVI)


Hal was a regular on 40 meter nighttime SSB in the late 1990's. Always a gentleman! 73 Hal.

Contributed by: Joe Tyburczy (W1GFH)


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