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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Warren (WG1WG)

16 feb 2014

Warren (Ronnie as his family knew him) was a great lil buddy , even though he was a man of a few words... he had a great sense of humor and LOVED listening to HF radio while at home or mobile and even via REMOTEHAMS online. All his HF RADIO pals will surely miss him and his words of wisdom --like could not happen to a better person. Warren will FOREVER be DXING from above , in a better place and FREE of his pain. GOD BLESS him --tnx es 73 to WG1WG(SK)

Contributed by: Rick Hockridge (K8WZS)

Warren you will be missed,I am glad I was able to meet him (and go to lunch with him), work him on the air mobile,fixed and through my remote N1ASS-remotehams for the past few years.God Bless you my friend.73...................Bill / N1ASS

Contributed by: Basilie Bill Actipis (N1ASS)

It has been my pleasure to have known Warren, both on the air and in person. Warren was a great guy, always upbeat with a smile on his face. He will be missed by all who knew him. 73 and rest in peace.

Contributed by: Matthew J. Martin (W8MJM)

Warren was an outstanding ham. His sense of humour and comaraderie will be greatly missed by all who new him. rest in peace my brother. Va3zw

Contributed by: james dawson (VE3PKM)

I met Warren when he moved here to Michigan from the east coast. Knew right away he was a real good guy. Was happy I was able to give him some help with his HF antenna installation. Enjoyed the time I was able to spend with him. He was a good man and will be missed. Take Care my Friend.

Contributed by: Robert Stuedemann (KF8RU)

Warren was always a pleasure to talk with both on the air and in person, it was my privilege to have known him. He will be missed by many, 73 OM.

Contributed by: Edward Buck (KC8PCK)

I first met Warren when he moved here to Michigan from the Boston area. You knew right away he was a real good guy. I was happy to be able to help him construct his HF loop antenna. Whenever you saw Warren he always had a smile on his face. Warren was a good man and will be missed. Rest in peace my friend.

Contributed by: Robert Stuedemann (KF8RU)

I will miss Warren a lot. he always brought a smile to my grizzly old face and kept the conversation bright. God bless Warren and his family. I know his presence will be missed here. mark Kenward K8VF

Contributed by: mark kenward (K8VF)

I Did not know Warren, However a fello Amateur has left us. May the Dear Lord Jesus Christ Rest his soul. R.I.P Warren.. 73" From Nick The Barber W8NVC ..

Contributed by: Nicholas V. Cristino (W8NVC)

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