From “The Daily DX” — The following news is from K5FUV, Bill Kennamer. Feel free to pass this on to your DX friends and clubs.
“DXCC Manager Bill Moore, NC1L, was seriously injured in an automobile accident about two weeks ago. His neck was broken, leaving him paralyzed from his upper body down, with limited movement of his arms. Recovery will be difficult and slow, and is not expected to be total.
“Bill would like to hear from his friends. He is currently in the Mount Sinai Rehab Hospital in Hartford, but cards and well wishes should be sent to 92 Reservoir Rd, Newington, CT 06111”.
Friday, K5FUV, Bill Kennamer, and I visited Bill at the rehab hospital. We spent a few minutes with NC1L, Bill, who was extremely glad to see us. I gave him one of the ARRL Centennial Convention coins and told him how successful the event was going. He was very happy to hear the news and the greetings from his friends. Bill’s sister-in-law Gina was there in the hospital and asked us to tell Bill’s friends that he would love to hear from them. So if possible let’s all show Bill our love and
concern for our dear friend by sending him our QSL with good wishes. I know Bill and the family would greatly appreciate your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
92 Reservoir Road
Newington, CT 06111
73, Bernie, W3UR/1
(Editor of The Daily DX)
ARRL votes on DXCC and Remote Rules ARRL Board Okays Changes to DXCC Program, VHF and Above Contesting Rules
The ARRL Board of Directors has tweaked the DX Century Club (DXCC) rules to clarify and expand their recognition of remotely...
ARRL “QST” for iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch now If you’re a member of ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio, install this app and have QST, the ARRL membership journal, delivered to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch every month!