Glen Glisinski, VA3GTH TFMCS Member for past 5 or more years.
I regret to tell you that our friend Glen, VA3GTH has become a silent key.
Glen passed away yesterday after a long and difficult illness.
Glen attended our MARC meetings a few times and of course was an active
member of VHARA until the past few months when he became ill. He was my
friend. He and his wife Michelle visited us to go ice fishing on 12 Mile
Lake. Glen loved ice fishing and always took a handheld + external antenna
to make HF or 2M contacts while waiting for bites. I recall QSOing with
him last winter past midnight while he was in a hut in the middle of Lake
Simcoe. He also liked Hamfests either as an organizer, table seller or
He will be greatly missed.
Our condolences go to Michelle and family.
Below are service details for those who can attend.
May he RIP.
regards, *Dorian* VE3YNG
Memorial donations can be made by cheque to the Pencer Brain Trust at Princess Margaret Hospital, 610 University Ave, Toronto, M5G 2M9, or the Neurosurgery Unit at St. Michael's Hospital, 30 Bond Street, Toronto, M5B 1W8.
I would like to announce the passing of Salt Jones, VE3PJ, at the remarkable age of 99 last Sunday. I first met Salt at one of the Nortown meetings back in the 60's at the old Civil Defence building on Davenport Rd. My father told me that he and my aunt were very good friends as children back in the 20's and 30's when they lived on Greensides avenue in Toronto! Salt soon joined the Scarborough Club, the QCWA and the TFMCS. I believe he helped TFMCS build the RPT concrete bunker at Uxbridge.