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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Gordon Kittel (W3GK)


December 11,2016


Gordon was a kind and generous man. For a time he had a ham radio trading and selling business. As a young man Gordon allowed me and K3UL (then WA3EUL) to trade up to better radios while accepting our very modest trades such as a DX-40. There are many stories and I hope others add to this. RIP Gordon. You made this world and our hobby better places. Sid K3SX (K3SME back then)

Contributed by: K3SX (K3SX)


We just found out that Gordon W3GK died on 12/11. He was a great guy and very active in ham radio for decades. He helped and elmered, bought and sold, was a gentle bright force, and an FRCer. We'll miss him.

Contributed by: (N9GG)


I just learned of Gordon's passing tonight. I am deeply saddened by a true gentleman and fine human being. I bought much of my equipment from him because he was so honest and true to his word. His is a great loss to the ham community. RIP Gordon. God bless you. Alan, WA3ZKI

Contributed by: (WA3ZKI)


Sad to hear about the passing of Gordon. Remember the Ham Store he had and where I brought my first 2M FM radio (Drake TR22C) among other odds and ends over the years. If you had a question or just needed advice on a piece of gear he certainly went out of his way to help. A true honest gentleman and Real Ham. A great loss to our ranks. RIP Gordon. 73 de Bill WA3GLX (Now ZL3NB)

Contributed by: Bill Carney (ZL3NB)


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