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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Richard C. Gould (K9HOT)


10/7/2015


Rich was my first contact as a new novice in January 1958. We were both 16 at the time. He lived in east St. Louis IL I lived across the river in St. Louis MO. Being somewhat close, we met, and developed a lifetime friendship. A natural match as were only children and learned tolerance together. Over the years marriage, careers, and moves separated us and we lost track of each other. Reconnected 1993 and found we had both worked for same telephone company. From then on until his death in 2015 we stayed in contact, visited as often as possible and enjoyed talking about our youth and ham radio. Goodbye my brother, God bless you. I miss you. 73's Les

Contributed by: B.L. Les Green (K0LG)


Rich was my first contact as a new novice in January 1958. We were both 16 at the time. He lived in east St. Louis IL I lived across the river in St. Louis MO. Being somewhat close, we met, and developed a lifetime friendship. A natural match as were only children and learned tolerance together. Over the years marriage, careers, and moves separated us and we lost track of each other. Reconnected 1993 and found we had both worked for same telephone company. From then on until his death in 2015 we stayed in contact, visited as often as possible and enjoyed talking about our youth and ham radio. Goodbye my brother, God bless you. I miss you. 73's Les

Contributed by: B.L. Les Green (K0LG)


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