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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Good, Bill (WA6VLJ)


May 21, 2003


Mr. William Good, or Bill Good, WA6VLJ passed away on May 21, 2003, at about 1:35PM. He was fighting cancer for a year, after being diagnosed. Bill was very intellectual, especially when it came to amateur radio. After hearing about him, I had the pleasure of working with him at a radio repair business for a few months, and got to have many conversations on radio theory, circuit design, antenna theory, and just things in general. As a technician myself, I must say that Bill was probably, no definetly, the most intelligent person when it came to R.F. engineering. I, and many of us amateurs in the Southern California area that knew him, and others that were personal friends of his, and even more that knew him for his knowledge all over the country will miss him, and remember him. God Bless him, and may he rest in peace.

Contributed by: Justin DePolis (KE6EIL)


I met Bill in '89 when he was working out of his house ,He was quite the radio guy .I learned about stuff just sitting there chatting with him for 5hours along with his 101 dog's they had at the time.He was running Icom gear back then,I remember his huge inverted V's strung across the top of his house.He will be missed by many. 73's Terry

Contributed by: (W5CEU)


Bill was a unique man. His love of radio was only surpassed by his kindness. First ran into bill in 1969, in the ole CB days. It was Bill that caused me to become a licensed amateur. God bless you.

Contributed by: mike burton (N6KZB)


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