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Group 7155 The Ham Radio Morning Crew on 40 Meters

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IT IS WITH DEEP SADNESS . . .

That we lost a loved and valuable colleague who literally engraved his name and call sign onto 40 meter DX and earned his place in ham radio history. Any weekday evening, tune into 7.156 MHz and like clockwork there was Rick, rounding up his crew and lineup for the evening romp with Danny ZS3DZS3Delta - Danny in South Africa (seen at left). And each ham would take their turn and see if they could stretch their wings and log him for a contact that night. All the while and in between Rick would take time to welcome newcomers, like me, and make them feel at home. Then, after joining in a few times, well, he had this big laugh and he'd say, "Hey, Zebra, is that You?!" Rick would talk about any subject, his hobbies, the weather, life, wife - you name it. He was just the nicest all-around guy you would ever want to meet.

And now in a blink of an eye he's gone. I couldn't believe it when I heard that there had been a terrible, terrible tragedy. I thought I had heard it all before, but this oh no no no, and my heart sank so low in my chest I almost reached down to catch it.

So, here is to Rick, our sympathies to his family and his dearest friends. You did the ham radio community proud. You passed doing what you loved to do. Fly high my friend, into the nighttime sky where our signals may still find you, past the swirling magnetic layers of Earth's gravitational pull and far beyond. Thank you for being part of my life, our lives, being a leader and giving so much to others.

73 and prayers from the crew at Group 7155.

KB5MRT Rick at his plane

Rick Mullaney
KB5MRT - Silent Key

Group 7155
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condolences

 

 

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JOE'S (KV4PN) NEW RV! IF YOU SEE HIM ON THE ROAD, HONK!

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Congratulations Joe! Enjoy the road and see you soon!

 

 

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