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December 11, 2017
October 18, 2017
I have known Leo Hunter since I was 5 yrs old. He lived right across the street with his family. His daughter Tina and I have kept in contact over these 65+ years. I remember running in to him in 1971 when my mother died from cancer. It was a comfort to share this life event to one who knew her well. Rest in peace "Mr. Hunter."
October 16, 2017
On behalf of the International RV Service Net, and the EYE Net, I wish to offer our condolence to Leo's family. Leo was very active in the amateur radio nets listed above, and "Worked" on these nets (Hours and hours) to provide news and direction. The EYE net (sharing and coordinating resources across the USA) was exclusively an Amateur radio activity before the internet existed. The RV Service Net too was handling traffic and news before the advent of cell phones. I found Leo to be an interesting and gracious contact. I will always remember Leo "In the shack" with his window overlooking the Fox River. He always gave us a report from the "West bank of the Fox". Leo may you and all the faithful departed rest in peace. Amen
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