A list of SPARK Club Silent Keys has been posted to the website.
The club has been around for 83 years so the list is fairly long.
If anyone has knowledge about the 9xxx calls, please comment.
Any additions or corrections would be appreciated. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Missouri used to be in the Ninth Call District. In 1946 the FCC created the Tenth Call District and realigned the district boundaries.
When I am logged in and try to access the list I get a message that the page can’t be found. Why?
Milton Malnory is on the list. Does anyone remember Glenda, his wife?
I remember them both from my CB radio days as a child. Was she a ham? Is she SK?
Also, I thought that I saw somewhere that Gary Staten, KØGLS had died but can’t confirm that by any Internet search. Anyone know?
Garnett Bryan, WØAZL was my first inspiration for ham radio. I worked with him at Radio-TV Supply down at Main and Washington, (just before they became Show-Me Electronics) next to the railroad overpass while I was in High-School at my very first job (1978). Great guy, lots of info and Elmering, lots of fun!
I believe Gary Staten passed last year. Garnet Bryan is listed in the Summer 1946 Call Book as W9AZL. The FCC-or whatever they were called back then- changed his call to WØAZL when they created the Tenth Call District.
Chris and John,
Gary Staton, K0GLS did pass in January of 2017. Here is a link to his obituary.