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Warren E Reid (WA6CUZ)

exact date unknown - found in QS

Warren was a technician out in the L.A. FBI office for several years. He then left the Bureau and went to work for U.S. Customs for some years before leaving to start his own business in Visalia, Ca. Tho Warren was a ham, he was not one of the Bureau's cw operators - preferring to stay as an electronic tech. Warren had suffered in recent years from diabetes and arthritic ailments, some going back to a near fatal vehicle accident he had in a bureau vehicle on Santiago peak in the L.A. division. I had kept in touch with him over the years, starting when we were in the Air Force together in Germany in 1963 and continuing until a few months ago. I had tried to call him a couple of times recently but no answer and no response to E-mails, now I know. The source of my notification is the Silent Keys QST magazine, Sept 2001 issue. 73 and RIP old friend - at least no more pain now. Ray Colbert, W5XE

Contributed by: William R. (Ray) Colbert (W5XE)

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