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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Graham Ridgeway (M5AAV)

March, 26 2008

Graham we will greatly miss you in our group and those you have touched and helped local and around the World in Ham Radio...M5AAV/SK de kb9umt Don your friend in Ham Radio (Graham was a valued leader of the 30m group...what a loss and sad news for us) some info on Graham: Graham is the name, and I live in Nelson, Lancashire In June 1998 I succesfully completed, as a Mature Student, a B.Sc.(Hons) in Integrated Technology at Accrington and Rossendale College, in partnership with Sheffield University. In 1999 I had an Ileostomy. To learn more, visit the ia Web Site This was followed in March 2001 by a Sigmoid Colectomy, which was intended to solve any outstanding problems. However after suffering a prolapse, one has to say, not. I have had an Amateur Radio Licence since 1980, although the interest goes back to my early teens. In fact I first joined the RSGB in 1963, when I left school. (Well, that gives a clue to my age anyway.) On the radio side, I am currently active on HF, and occasionally on VHF. I am the RSGB QSL Sub-Manager for the M5 series of Callsigns, and a Member of The QSL Manager's Society

Contributed by: (KB9UMT)

RIP, Graham. de nk2x dit dit

Contributed by: Edward (Larry) Cobb (NK2X)

I have spoken to his wife Liz and details of the funeral. it will take place on Monday 7th April at 13:40pm, at the Burnley crematorium. its also the wish of Liz, that a tree will be planted in his name. m5s from this side will send donation to Liz, address in qrz callbook any questions please ask 73 to all ivor m5ply.

Contributed by: (KB9UMT)

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