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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Howard McAuliffe (N1IVK)


July 7, 2010


He volunteered his time to assist 20 different nonprofit organizations in his community. They included (1) Haddam Volunteer Fire Department (firefighter I, former captain, deputy chief and chief); (2)Deputy Director of Haddam Civil Preparedness; (3) Board of Advisers -- Southeastern Technical College, Electronics Department (Gateway TCC); (4) Board of Directors Easter Seal Rehabilitation Center in Meriden; (5)Board of Directors Middlesex Association for Retarded Citizens (treasurer) in Portland; (6)Board of Managers Seventh Day Baptist Missionary Society, Westerly, R.I.; (7) Emergency Planning Committee for E911 (Chairman) Town of Haddam; (8) member Middlesex County Fire Chiefs Association; (9)Chairman -- Emergency Shelter Planning Committee Town of Haddam; (10)Middlesex Amateur Radio Society of Middletown/Portland; Amateur Radio operator N1IVK; (11) Cellar Savers Antique Fire Club; (12) C.R.I.S. Radio for the Blind in Windsor; (13) WIHS Radio; (14) volunteer paramedic assistant for Middlesex Hospital, Shoreline Clinic; (15) on the board of Atkins Fund, Essex; (16) WCNX Radio (announcer in the late 1940s while in high school); (17)Board of Directors St. Luke's Home in Middletown; (18)member of Middletown Rotary Club; (19)one of the founding members of Radical Valve Timers Hot Rod Club and (20)member of Middlesex Chamber of Commerce. Howard was a class act. He gave of himself and expected nothing in return. Most would agree that he set the bar pretty high; perhaps too high for others to reach. Even so, we'll try.

Contributed by: John Joseph Edenburn (KB1MMU)


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