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michael davis (N8YM)


Contributed by: Vaughn "Willy" Worth (K3VW)

Mike Davis was not only a very ham but a Viet-Nam war hero. He won the bronze star for heroic deeds over there. I still have a little brother who is one of the 2500 MIA's over there that were never brought back. Mike could make you laugh when there was nothing to laugh about. He was a devoted father, husband, brother, and a grand father. He died of " Agent Orange", which was sprayed on top of the trees to clear the foilage to see the enemy. He was a amplifier builder and antenna man. He will be missed very much by his freinds.

Contributed by: Vaughn "Willy" Worth (K3VW)

Mike was a well liked and respected ham operator, husband, father and grandfather. He won a Bronze Star for Valor while in Vietnam. He also contracted " Agent Orange" while serving there. He will be missed by all that new him. RIP Mike!!

Contributed by: Vaughn "Willy" Worth (K3VW)

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