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Bob Rozzano (K6JHV)
Jan 23, 2007
Bob was a wonderful man.
June 28, 1937 —Jan. 23, 2007
Sonora resident Robert Rozzano died Jan. 23 at a Sonora hospital. He was 69.
He was born in San Francisco and had lived in Sonora for 10 years. He worked as an electronic technician for 15 years.
He help many people to get there licenses... including me... way back in the '60s. That was when we had to Earn the license, and that process of learning and earning, was part of what made the hobby so much fun and also what gave the license Value!
Bob helped people in so many other countless ways.
He was a Great man.
God bless you, Bob
Contributed by: Art (AL7EP)
Bob was an Elmer to me too. I met him
when I was 15 years old. He lived in
Kensington on a hilltop bordering Tilden
Park, and had built a UHF repeater with
old KAAR tube equipment. This was around
1971 when repeaters were relatively new to
amateurs and most were on 2 meters. He had
that modified repeater sounding hi-fi with
his custom audio circuit!
Bob was also an early adopter of digital
electronics and was a real doer when it
came to putting his ideas into a finished
project. Bob was always very patient and
enjoyed explaining technical things in a
way that could be understood by a Novice!
I had a lot of "Aha!" moments while Bob
showed his latest projects.
Thanks to Bob's encouragement and making
radio/electronics interesting to a
youngster, amateur radio has been a
lifelong hobby for me as well as provided
me with a foundation for an interesting
We need more mentors like Bob in this
hobby. Bob recognized that the future is
with our youth. 73 to you “K 6 John Henry
Victor” de W6HD (fka WN6MXT)
Contributed by: John Thornton (W6RR)
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