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ARRL General Bulletin ARLB053 (1995)

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ARLB053 Atlantic Division awards
 
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ARRL Bulletin 53  ARLB053
>From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT  May 17, 1995
To all radio amateurs 
 
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ARLB053 Atlantic Division awards
 
The ARRL Atlantic Division has announced its 1995 award winners.
 
The Atlantic Division Amateur of the Year for 1995 is Kenneth
Botterbrodt, WA2CVJ, of Marlton, New Jersey.  Ken is assistant
section manager for youth for the ARRL Southern New Jersey Section.
He has been instrumental in taking Amateur Radio into schools and
arranging television exposure for Amateur Radio in southern New
Jersey.
 
The Grand Ole Ham for 1995 is Donald E. Wagner, W2QFC, of East
Aurora, New York.  He has been licensed since 1934.  In the 1935
ARRL Transoceanic 80 meter tests, he had QSOs with two Europeans,
quite a feat in those days, especially for a 15-year-old boy.
Recently, he organized the Association of D-Day Utah Beach Radio
Amateurs.
 
The 1995 Atlantic Division Technical Achievement award goes to Tim
Duffy, K3LR, of West Middlesex, Pennsylvania.  A world-class contest
operator, Tim moderates the antenna forum at the Dayton Hamvention,
and has written on technical subjects for major amateur magazines,
including QST. He also is the division's representative on the ARRL
Contest Advisory Committee and formerly technical coordinator for
the Western Pennsylvania Section.
 
These awards will be formally presented the weekend of May 20 at the
ARRL Atlantic Division/New York State Convention in Rochester, New
York.
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