Clark County
Amateur Radio Club

Est. 1956

In Memory of Our Silent Keys


Jerry Stewart

November 24th, 2019

Gerald Wayne Stewart, age 64, passed away Sunday, November 24, 2019. Gerald was born August 28, 1955 in Louisville, Kentucky. He was a self employed master plumber, member of RACES in Clarksville and member of Lincoln Hills Christian Church, Corydon, Indiana.


Donald E. Henderson

April 5th, 2019

Donald E. “Donnie Eugene” Henderson, 87 years of age passed away peacefully at home in his recliner on April 5th, 2019 with his wife Helen and dog “Stephanie” by his side. Don was born February 14, 1932 in Versailles, Kentucky and attended school there. He was a veteran of the Korean Conflict where he served three years in the Army in communications and four years in the Air Force as a B-29 specialist. During this time, Don served tours of duty at the Strategic Air Command and the Northeast SAC. After the Air Force retired the B-29s, Don was asked by the Air Force and Boeing Aircraft Company to train on B-47s, for which he received commendations from the Boeing Aircraft Company and the U.S. Airforce. Don was employed by American Airlines at Standiford Field in Louisville, Kentucky for 25 years active service and 12 years inactive due to poor health. He was an Extra Class Amateur Radio Operator “N9BWG”. Don also loved to fish, hunt and work with computers.


John Shean

Feb. 17, 2019

John was born on December 6, 1937 in West Point, Kentucky to the late, Albert Shean and Harriet Dishman Galloway. He was a third generation brick mason and member of the International Union of Bricklayers Local 4. John was a member of Wall Street United Methodist Church, the Clark County Casting and Conservation Club, and Clark County Amateur Radio Club. He was a man of many hobbies but he had a true passion for amateur radio. John was previously the Clark County Emergency Management Agency Coordinator and volunteered his time helping with the American Red Cross and many other local agencies. He proudly served his country in the United States Navy.


Chris Bean

Jul. 4, 2018

Chris was an IT manager for Luckett and Farley in Louisville, Kentucky. He attended the Lincoln Hills Christian Church in Corydon, Indiana and was a member of the Tri-County Amateur Radio Club. He enjoyed fishing, camping, ham radio, spending time with his family, and enjoyed people. He never met a stranger.

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