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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Milo Jaynes (KL1EM)


January 19, 2012


Farewell to the voice of southern Seward

Contributed by: John Lowrey (AL3W)


Milo will be sorely missed by those of us that spoke to him regularly as "the voice of southern Seward".

Contributed by: Mark K. Allan (KL2EC)


My wife was in the shack one night and heard Milo running the Motley Group. She asked me who it was on the radio and I told her, that it was Milo from "southern Seward." She remarked how he sounded like a real nice guy, and after that night she liked the fact that I was a ham. She called it right, he was a real nice guy. Milo will be missed.

Contributed by: Al Koenig (KL2TC)


I stopped in Seward and had a chance to visit with Milo after talking to him for years on the Alaska nets. Meeting him was a highlight of my summer and I have kept in touch with him ever since. A very proficient radio operator and a dedicated ham radio advocate, he will be very much missed on the airwaves. Farewell Kilo Lima One Echo Mike.....Seward.....

Contributed by: Robert A Mutter (VA7RAK)


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