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Ted James (WD4KYD)

December 18, 2001

Ted founded the Scott County Amateur Radio and Emergency Services Club and served as its president until only recently. He was the Scott County ARES Corodinator, and was on the staff of Scott County Emergency Management. Ted was a co-winner of the 2000 Kentucky Section Amateur Radio Emergency Service Operator of the Year. It was reported that flags in Georgetown were flown at half-staff in Ted's honor. The Scott County Amateur Radio and Emergency Services Club will continue in memory of Ted, and his hard work, and desire for amateur radio to serve the community of Georgetown and Scott County. Many amateur radio operators, ARES members, and coordinators looked to Ted as a role model. He was a trusted friend, and a worthy advisor to all who knew him. I have known Ted for quite a while, and he served as a role model to me in my emergency services work, and my personal life. Ted, you will be very sorely missed! Thank you for being there, and I know you will be watching over us! From myself, and all those you have touched, a very sincere 73 Old Man! Pat, KD4PWL

Contributed by: Patrick Spencer (KD4PWL)

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