My special thanks to the following patrons of my YouTube channel and Website, “Ham Radio Answers.” These patrons provide $5 or $10/month or more via my Patreon page. You can visit the page and check out my funding goals and become a patron yourself!
Melinda and Robert Koster
Melinda Koster, KG5NWD, and Robert Koster, KG5NWE, became patrons on 18 April 2017. Thank you for your support! When I told Melinda she’s my very first patron via patreon.com, she replied, “Hope you have a bunch more soon! We (KG5NWE and KG5NWD) almost have our HF rig and antenna up – working on CW as well. Wish there were more hours in the day to watch – you are very encouraging!”
Bob Slovick, ADØHI, became a patron on 19 April 2017. Thanks Bob!
Shawn Morgan, WØFW, became a patron on 27 April 2017. Welcome aboard, Shawn! He is a 4th generation cattle rancher in southwestern South Dakota. He was first licensed as a General in February of 2013, and upgraded to Extra in October, 2015, and will soon become a VE. He writes, “I watch all your videos, and even though I was an Extra before I found your channel, I find your videos to be very educational, very well put together, and a joy to watch.”
John DiLiberto, AB3ZI, became a patron on 2 May 2017. John says, “Dave Casler’s exam prep series were a key component of my preparation for the three amateur radio exams I sat for and passed in 2016. Even the Extra Class license is merely a foundation for the discipline of radio communication, and KE0OG has continued to edify me by sharing his deep expertise in his Ask Dave! series. I like to give where I am blessed, and am honored to be one of Dave’s supporters here on Patreon.”
Diman Todorov became a patron on 23 June 2017. If I’ve looked his callsign up correctly, he’s AI6VW and is an Amateur Extra. Thanks Diman!
Elwood Downey upgraded his patronage on 1 July 2017. If I’ve looked his callsign up correctly, he’s WBØOEW, and is an Amateur Extra. Thanks Elwood!
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