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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Jim Bendle (VE5EB)


November 14, 2000


Jim received his first Amateur Radio licensed in 1963. He came up through  the ranks, starting with a Crystal Set and progressing to "Home-Brewing" his all-tube Mobile. Since the beginning he was actively involved in support of our hobby. Jim worked very hard work, committing a lot of his time and personal finances to establish and maintain theVE5BBI repeater at Angling Lake, later moved to into the Prince Albert National Park. December 1999  Jim was appointed as an Assistant Midwest Director for Radio Amateurs of Canada. He served as an ARES Assistant Emergency Coordinator and EC  for the Province of Saskatchewan. He also helped as a Net Controller, an "Elmer" and instructor to assist newcomers to Ham radio. Jim's Memorial Website: http://www.qsl.net/ve5eb

Contributed by: Ken (VE5KC)


Jim's Memorial Website has been moved to: http://ve5eb.amateur-radio.ca

Contributed by: Ken (VE5KC)


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