Silent Keys 2013






















KU3Z, Willies wife Barbara passed

Barbara Lamb, loving wife of Willie N. Lamb, went to be with
the Lord on October 8, 2013.  She was a retired teacher with
DC Public Schools.  Following a short battle with Pancreatic
Cancer, she died peacefully at home, surrounded by family
and friends.  She will be laid to rest, Friday, October 18, 2013.

The service will be held at  
Central Baptist Church,
5600 Old Branch Ave,
Camp Springs, Md.  

Viewing will be held from 10-11, homegoing services will
follow immediately.

A private burial will be held for family members only.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that you donate to the
National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation.  
A donation website has been established in her memory at
www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/barbaralamb/donations.   

Donations can also be mailed to
The National Pancreatic Foundation
P.O. Box 1848,
Longmont, Co, 80502.

THANK YOU
Willie Lamb and Family


Freddie Battle NG3G passed away last night
10/1/2013 about  9:30 pm
Mrs. Battle will hold a memorial service for
husband Freddie Battle, NG3G on
October 12, 2013
starting at 2:00pm at her house
7005 E. Lombard Street
Landover Maryland

Freddie Battle was one of the  first Black men to
start a Voluntary Examiner Coordinator for  the
Maryland, Washington D.C., and Virginia. Through
this program he and his assistance where able to
help hundreds of those who wished to pursue the
hobby of Ham Radio. Freddie was certified by the  
W5YI-VEC and the American Radio Relay  League
program. Freddie  managed this program in 1995 and
was latter transferred to the  amateur radio club.
Freddie was also a founding father of D.C.M.A.R.C.
(District of  Columbia, Metropolitan Amateur Radio
Club) which help many functions for the community
and also to further the hobby of  amateur radio.
Freddie Battle was also acted as a  NET CONTROL
station of the  group called OMIK , which was a net
that meets every Sunday morning, to talk
to other  Ham Radio operators covering the East
coast to the Mississippi  River area. Freddie held a
EXTRA  class radio license. This class of license
is only help by a few and this also shows your
ability to communicate, instruct others and also act
as a spokesmen for the hobby.
Freddie has assisted  in the Boy Scout of America in
there yearly even called J.O.T.A...this operation
made it possible so that  Boy Scouts and Club Scout
can talk to other Boy Scouts through out the world.
Freddie  was made a Honorary member of the
American Legion Veterans   net  group. The
Veterans group met with other military personnel
around the world.

Everett.....


MARY COURTNEY MOTHER MS. PATTY KYLE  
PASSED  AUG. 4th. 2013
VIEWING: THURSDAY Aug. 8 From 11-1
SERVICES: Thursday AT 1:00

WESLEY CHAPEL UNITED CHURCH
208 OAK GROVE ROAD
ELKIN, NC 28621
 
Flowers Can Be Sent To:
JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME
615 WEST MAIN STREET
ELKIN, NC 28621

Cards can be sent to:
Ms. Paulette Greogory
101 Mountian View Road
Elkin, NC 28621
Also to
Mrs. Mary Courtney
9009 Anna Drive
Clinton, MD 20735


THE FAIRFIELD HOTEL IS GIVING A DISCOUNT ON
ROOMS FOR THOSE  WHO ARE GOING TO TO THE
FUNERAL

FAIRFIELD INN
628 CC CAMP ROAD AND 268 BYPASS
PHONE # 336-353-2088

The Courtney and Greogory
Thanking you In Advance
           

Joseph M. Jenkins
nickname:   JINX, W3JPG

The viewing will be August 8 , 2013
March Funeral Home West
4300 Wabash Avenue
Baltimore 5-7 PM.

The funeral will be  August 9 , 2013
Church of the Holy Trinity (Episcopal)
2300 W. Lafayette Ave,
Baltimore, MD.

The  family hour will be 10-11 AM.  
The funeral will be at 11AM.

Interment will be at the
Loudon Park Cemetery  3620 Wilkens Ave
Baltimore, Md

Al Whiting





Kathhleen E. Mark,63 wife of Willis Mack, N1HAI









Passed away November 2, 2013. She was born in Barre, VT, May
5, 1950, the daughter of Russell and Barbara (Filleul) Inglis. She
graduated from Manchester West High School, and went on to
earn her nursing degree from St. Joseph school of Nursing,
Nashua. Kathleen was joined in marriage with Willis Mack on
August 22, 1987. She retired in 2011 after 23 years of service with
the Elliot Hospital. Kathleen was a life long member of St.
Andrews Episcopal Church, Manchester, was a published poet,
enjoyed her pet rabbits, camping, fishing, backyard farming,
travel to Nova Scotia to visit her family, and summers spent as a
child at Moltonborough Neck-Lake Winnipesaukee.

Kathleen is survived by her loving and devoted husband of 26
years, Willis; her mother, Barbara; a brother, Jonathan Inglis and
his wife Denise; a niece, Jordan baker; a nephew, Douglas Inglis;
and numerous friends. She was preceded in death by her father,
Russell.

A memorial service will begin at 11 am Friday, November 8, 2013,
in St. Andrew Episcopal Church, 102 N. Main Street, Manchester.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Live and Let Live
Farm, 20 Paradise Lane, Chichester, NH, 03258.

Will, N1HAI, informed me yesterday, Tue Nov 5, that his wile
passed away.  If it pleases you,  please put the following (please
edit for spelling) on our 7248 Web Page.

Will, N1HAI, wife Kathaleen of 27 years was called home on
November 2, 2013.  She was a nurse.
She will be laid to rest on November 8, 2013 at 11:00 am.
The service will be at:
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
102 N Main St
Manchester, NH 03102
Cards maybe send to:
163 New Boston Rd
Goffstown, NH 03045