[Boatanchors] Lloyd Godsey, KK7IZ SK
wh7hg.hi at gmail.com
Sat Mar 17 13:40:29 EDT 2012
Lloyd was a good friend and one of those very rare people who could pull me
out of a depression. Funny how he always knew when to call too ...
He was, in fact, an exceptionally generous man as anyone who has bought
anything from him will attest. I once bought a bunch of old resistors from
him which were padded with - yep, bags of resistors. Oh, and the scorpion
I've mentioned a few times. He also had a sense of humor that was well
known about everywhere he went.
Lloyd and I used to swap "war stories" about being aircraft mechanics,
aircraft radios with ARC (pre and post Cessna's buyout) in particular and
life in general. He was a fountain of knowledge as my notes regarding ARC
will attest and had a certain way of describing things that ... well, see
above regarding his sense of humor.
Now, I knew Lloyd and I knew Marty Reynolds. And I know damned sure those
two are gonna hook up wherever they landed much to the consternation of
whoever's in charge.
You're missed, Lloyd. Greatly.
Michael, WH7HG, A&P 1803851
Note to self: Need more henchmen, good ones this time. Also, start
auditions for new female lab assistant.
From: boatanchors-bounces at puck.nether.net
[mailto:boatanchors-bounces at puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of Scott Johnson
Sent: Saturday, 17 March, 2012 05:53
To: tetrode at googlegroups.com; Boatanchors; boatanchors group
Subject: [Boatanchors] Lloyd Godsey, KK7IZ SK
It is with a very heavy heart that I report the passing of Lloyd Godsey,
KK7IZ, yesterday morning, 16 March, after a brief illness.
Lloyd was a bigger than life personality, and generous to a fault, belying
his gruff exterior. His mortal presence will
I will post more information when it becomes available.
God rest his soul.
Scott V. Johnson W7SVJ
5111 E. Sharon Dr.
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
scottjohnson1 at cox.net
scott.johnson at ieee.org
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