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In Memory of Past Members








Bruce L. Nebergall, K4TCL

  04/04/1942 - 01/19/2021

It is with a saddened heart that I inform you of the passing of Bruce L. Nebergall, (K4TQL).

  Bruce was one of the founding members of the MTARS club and an active AF MARS member for over 50 years.  

He also worked at AEDC in the early 1970ís.  Our prayers and condolences go out to Bruce's family

May he rest in peace.



Bradley Brake (W4BB) 12/2020

Brad was the main VE Examiner Mgr for the club and surrounding areas.  He did this for 30+ years and was glad and proud to do it !


George Cox, (W5GYR)  12/13/2020

 George S Cox W5GYR of Tullahoma passed this life on Sunday, December 13, 2020 at his residence at the age of 89. Mr. Cox, a native of Campti, LA, was the son of the late Ambrose and Virginia Perot Cox. He was a U S Navy veteran, serving during the Korean conflict. He enjoyed amateur radios and was a member of the Middle Tennessee Amateur Radio Society. He also enjoyed restoring and working on old vehicles.





Carol Pratt, (KI4QWM)  10/17/2020

Wife of Harvey KB4JD, Carol held the office of club Secretary several years.


Maurice Buddy Taylor, III  (KJ4ZJL)  02/06/2018


Fun and knowledgeable guy.



Mr. Ed Hohenthaner (W7LGD)  05/16/2017

Ed very knowledgeable and a great story teller!



Mr. Jess Lewis (KR4OJ)   04/12/2017

                    Jess Wesley Lewis (KR4OJ)
               December 16, 1942 -  April 12, 2017

 Mr. Lewis passed away on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at his residence, surrounded by his loving family.
Jess was born in Manchester, TN, the son of the late Jesse Wesley Lewis, Sr. and Louise Jernigan Lewis.  He served his country in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War. He was an electronics technician for various companies, having retired from Nissan in Smyrna, TN.  He was a member of the Ham Radio Club, having served as president and was an extra class ham operator (KR4OJ), holding a DXCC #1 honor roll certification.  Jesse was also past president of the Coffee County Historical Society and the Coffee County Historian.  He was a passionate Master Geocacher with the Over The Hill Gang and a published author of Tombstone Records of Cannon County, Tennessee.

Jesse is survived by his loving wife, Joanna Ewell Lewis; six children, James (Mary Lou) Harvill, Michael (Shawna) Lewis, Nicholas (Vicki) Lewis, Tracey (Tony) Suzzi, Stephanie (Jeff) Hayes, and Stephen Lewis; two brothers, Gary (Martha K. Otwell) Lewis and Mark (Debbie) Lewis; and seven grandchildren.


Mrs. Joanna Lewis (KB4JRL)   xx/xx/xxxx

Husband of Jess Lewis (KR4OJ) Joanna served on the Army as a Nurse.  She enjoyed the radio & Geochacer with Jess.

She was a member of the historical society of Coffee Co.



Ms. Charlotte Ann Prince (KZ4V)  03/27/2016


                                                                                                                                                                     Ms Charlotte on Devils Step Island TN030 on Sept 9, 2007  EM65WE


Mr. Col. Earnest Moore (AD4AT) 

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Mr. Billy Garrison (WA4IRU)


Mrs. Mary Raper (KG4YFR)

Mary great person and loved to fly her aircraft.



Mr. John Parsons (K4EMH)  07/27/2007

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Mr. Neill Fry (K4AYD)



Mr. Steven J. Robeson, (K4YZ) 05/27/2016



Mr. Bill C. Lynn (KW4BC) 08/08/2016



Ralph Collins, WB8FJM

Passed 2011; No Picture











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