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Earl (W9OET)



Earl was extremely well-know as "THE" ham radio salesman at Grahams Electronics in downtown Indianapolis during the 1970s. Earl was easily recognized by his silver hair, dark glasses and his ever-present cigar! A little gruffy, but always a gentleman, Earl was an incredible source of knowledge to Indy hams and I have often looked back on those days fondly when I would venture in to the big city and visit Earl at Grahams.

Contributed by: John Martindale (K9EX)


Earl was extremely well-know as "THE" ham radio salesman at Grahams Electronics in downtown Indianapolis during the 1970s. Earl was easily recognized by his silver hair, dark glasses and his ever-present cigar! A little gruffy, but always a gentleman, Earl was an incredible source of knowledge to Indy hams and I have often looked back on those days fondly when I would venture in to the big city and visit Earl at Grahams.

Contributed by: John Martindale (K9EX)


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