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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

joe brown (W6UBQ)


april 12,2005


joe was a good friend and i will miss him .im not an operator.i was so impressed with joe's life accomplishments,including ham radio......................ill miss him

Contributed by: rocky pegram (ROCKY44AS)


joe always had a good story to share.im half his age and was amazed at the life he led. from a motherless 9 yr old fishing in the gulf of mexico,fishing with his dad to earn a living ,to the ww2 stories ,to his days with the riverside fire dept,and on and on...................his generation was the bestthe world has ever known ,,,and all but a few are gone............GOD help us

Contributed by: rocky pegram (ROCKY44AS)


Joe Brown for years and years was the Inland Empires(riverside and san bernardino counties) section head, more years than I can count, recently moved out of california(due to government and other politics)I worked under joe in various different jobs, ie official observer,technicial committee, and other posts up in the big bear area, joe will be sorely missed....

Contributed by: mark klebba (W6MRK)


Joe was a great friend, and held the position of Inland Empire section manager of ARRL field post, I was under his section for the Official observer and technicial committee for several years, joe will be missed, I believe he moved out of california due to high taxes and poor government..... rest in piece joe...

Contributed by: mark klebba (W6MRK)


He was great man and a great friend. So hard to hear he is gone... He gave so much to the community and emergency services in the spirit of ham radio. Adios Mi amigo.....

Contributed by: mike burton (N6KZB)


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