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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Creed Freeman (KA3MOP)

Jan 23 2004

Creed was a good friend and elmer always willing to help with a problem or just share a story to pass the time. He was a dedicated member and past President of the R F Hill Amature Radio Club. He will be missed.

Contributed by: John Morrell (KB3EWV)

Having Creed around was like having a walking encyclopedia of electronic knowledge. His experience in radio and broadcasting helped many hams (including me). He loved the old tube radios and was always there to answer questions. Proud to have joined the R F Hill Amateur Radio Club when he was president. 73 my friend, amateur radio is a better hobby because of you.

Contributed by: Chuck Stockert (KB3HJQ)

I have had the pleasure of knowing Creed for 5 years. I served as Secretary under Creed when he was President, and through his leadership, he has made the R F Hill Amateur Radio Club a better organization. Operator, Elmer and friend. Thanks Creed. ... _._

Contributed by: Bob Schmell (KB3DDL)

I first met Creed two years ago when I joined the RF Hill Club. Aside from his passion for our hobby he displayed an incredible depth of knowledge. What was most obvious were his leadership skills. Creed was a person who, by example, exemplified the virtues of hard work, friendship, honesty and integrity. He was a gentleman who motivated and taught us all. 73, my friend, you have added value to our lives and will be missed.

Contributed by: Joe Smigo (KB3HOT)

Creed had an interest in many varied areas. I am sorry that I never got to pursue more in depth conversations with him concerning music and aviation. Creed would chuckle when he spoke of flying and old Taylorcraft off a farmer's field when he was a young mand. He was also a friend of one of my music theory teachers at West Chester. His vast life experience made for great stories!

Contributed by: james soete (WA3YLQ)

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