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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Roger Midlen (W0HLU)

January 1,2004

Roger was a ham and deticated DX'er for 64 years.

Contributed by: William P. Osborne (K5ZQ)

Roger was a ham's ham. He knew his stuff. He had time to talk to the lowest operator to the best. He was a great DXer. Had a great place to operate from with the biggest towers I had seen until that point. He loved working on big amps and big antennas. He even had a Sterba Curtain up for awhile on 20 meters. He was always loud. He spent time in India and operated from there as well. He is a legend

Contributed by: Lee Buller (K0WA)

I met Roger when I was a kid in the early seventies when he was posted to Hyderabad. His SB200 is with me, in mint condition. I wanted to talk to him with his Linear, it never happend. It is a pity to lose such a Stalwart

Contributed by: paddy (VU2PEP)

Roger was an excellent ham and a better friend. I miss him dearly.

Contributed by: Mike Stillwell (AC0I)

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