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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Murray Neeice (K5MDM)


7-21-09


With respect for his family amd Murray, I announce that Jackson "Murray" Neece K5MDM became a silent key on July 21st, 2009 in his home town of Odessa Texas after an extended illness. 73 my friend !

Contributed by: maury (KA5YIY)


I bought several items from Murray's Radio Ranch in the past. Always as advertised. We need more Murray's as ham radio traders and less of the crooks. RIP Murray Dave K4JRB

Contributed by: Dave Thompson (K4JRB)


Still hard to believe he's really gone. He was a good man.

Contributed by: (TERRY_PERRY_EX_W3VR)


dealt with Murray many times, always a good and clean deal. What he said is what you received. I never meet Murray in person,sounds like I missed a lot. a safe journey dale wt4t

Contributed by: dale pavlicek (WT4T)


Murray was an " Honest " dealer and would always, under-rate his equipment so it was "better" than described. We are sure going to miss him. Hope some of the new guy's try to live up to his old time policy of honesty !

Contributed by: Vaughn "Willy" Worth (K3VW)


It is with a sad heart that I learned of Murray's stepping to the other side. I liked stop at his table and visit with him at the Hamfests. I bought a TS-870s and some other small items from him over the past few years. He was an honest trader and he treated me right. The hobby could use more like him. God's speed my friend.

Contributed by: Jim R. Tatum (W5JRT)


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