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Roanoke Division Award Plaque

THE COVETED Roanoke Divison Service Award plaque, as presented to Dr. Jim Boehner, N2ZZ, for the year 2005  (Credit photo: KK4BPH)

The bestowing of the Roanoke Division ARRL Service Award was begun in 1969 by its founder, then Roanoke Division Director Victor Clark, W4KFC, now a “Silent Key.” Vic intended that the award be presented in recognition for a long history of significant, consistent contribution to Amateur Radio. The ham selected would have, over the years, dedicated much of his or her time to Amateur Radio, and any ham within the Division is welcome to submit a nomination with attached résumé.

Winners of the Service Award become members of the selection committee, and they vote on which nominee is to be honored in upcoming years. An individual can receive the award only once. The administration of the award is done by the Roanoke Division Director.

Click HERE to view the chronological Honor Roll of recipients of the Roanoke Division ARRL Service Award.  Vic Clark himself was presented with the award for 1970. For more about Vic, HERE is an editorial from the January, 1984 issue of “QST” (Reprinted with permission, Copyright 1983, the American Radio Relay League).


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