PETER-DAHL-Obituary

PETER DAHL

El Paso, Texas

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DAHL Peter W. Dahl, 71, beloved husband, father, and grandfather passed away peacefully Aug. 15, 2011 after a lengthy illness. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Clarice; daughter, Tamra; granddaughter, Kristen; sister, Priscilla; brothers-in-law: Henry Fiola, Mark (Shirley) and Loyal...

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Doug Cain, KA5ROW

Tammy, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. I still remember visiting your house when he was watching the Lakers game and he jumped up and screamed when they won. I know he loved you and your mother a lot. He was a wonderful man. I miss you and think of you often.

Love you!

Pamela Munguia Moran
Chapel Hill North Carolina

Our condolences to the Dahl family. This is one loss that will be hard to take ... being such a great asset to the amateur radion community. Cherish the memories. Farwell Brother Peter..!

Bill Lambing, W0LPQ
Greenwood, IN
514 F&AM Greenwood
Indiapolis Scottish Rite
Murat Shrine Temple
Secretary/VP Murat Flying Fezzes Shrine Club

Peter was one of the univerally known and respected members of the Amateur Radio Community. His products set a standard by which all of his competitors were judged. Manufacturers who used his products stated so in their advertising, his work was that well respected. He will be missed.

The wolrd of Ham rado is a much sadder place now with the passing of a fine gentleman and ham radio operator who did so much for so many of us who had the need of his unbeleiveable knowledge of power transfomers and the likes.
73, Pete
Gary Smith...wa6fgi

It was only a few years ago that Peter helped me out, and had the patience to explain things in a concise, and articulate manner. His products and services are second to none...and still #1 to this day. He raised the bar to an all new level, and set the defacto standard for quality products. Dahl products are...'the real deal'. He will be sadly missed.

Jim Thomson VE7RF

As a fellow ham and Mason, I mourn the loss of this all-round good guy. Such imagination and ability will be missed in BOTH communities.

Rest Well, good & faithful Servant

Tom Dailey 32 - W0EAJ
PM - Centennial Lodge 84 - Denver
KT

Clarice and Tamara
I pray for God to be with you and comfort you on the passing of a wonderful man, husband, and father. Pete taught me many things in life and I credit a lot of my success in life to him. It is with much sadness for me to hear of his passing. He was a blessing to everyone he knew, met or called friend. I count him among the top men I have had the pleasure to know and call friend. May his legacy stay with us forever. My condolences to you both and his entire family.

Dear Mrs Dahl and family, I wish to offer
my sincerest condolences with the passing
of Peter. I remember our conversations
in his old shop (Fort Blvd-70's)
as well as the new business location
on Waycross.
Peter lways had time to stop for a chat
with us hams and was glad to show us
around the floor. He was a good friend
and will be sorely missed.

Ray Colbert, W5XE
El Paso, Tx