In loving memory of

Ralph Javins
August 27, 1941 - November 29, 2018

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Sares wrote on Dec 18, 2018:

"WOW!!!, this was not expected, came back to the USA for the Crossing of a church brother and found my contact with a good friend was severed, Did not expect this. This man helped me through many problems, he was the voice I counted on after the loss of my own father, He helped fill the void in my life. He was a great friend, Chatted about radios, electronics, cameras, life, cats, everything. I will miss those chats. Good trip Ralph, In Her Light and Love, peace to your journey. "

John Laughlin wrote on Dec 17, 2018:

"Met Ralph in early 2006 at one of the local camera shops. Pretty much immediately became very good friends with him. RIP... Will miss talking with him about photography and traffic signal technology."

Calvin wrote on Dec 15, 2018:

"Ralf was always a good Elmer to us hams and non hams as well. You will be missed Ralph. It was always a joy parking kites photography and ham radio as well as many other subjects with you. Rest in peace my friend. Calvin kc7iyp and wife Brenda. "

Lisa Mealey wrote on Dec 14, 2018:

"? The comfort of having a friend may be taken away, but not that of having had one. Seneca from a fellow ham"

Joseph A. D'Arcy wrote on Dec 14, 2018:

"I am so sorry to hear of Ralph's passing. He was a great incentive for me, so helpful in all aspects of amateur Radio. RIP Joe W7TYN."

Steve Morris wrote on Dec 14, 2018:

"Farewell to a fellow ham who was a character and was someone who made contributions to his friends and his life. RIP, OB. Steve Morris K7LXC"

Ward Silver wrote on Dec 13, 2018:

"I'm very sorry to learn of Ralph's death - he was a good friend to me and my family. The ham radio and search-and-rescue communities will miss him greatly. Ward Silver, amateur radio call sign N0AX"

Greg Gadbois wrote on Dec 13, 2018:

"I am sorry to hear of his passing. I have not been in touch since we moved from Bothell. Always enjoyed talking to him at random on the air and on the morning weather net for the BEARS repeater along with Armano N7VIQ who is also SK. Our condolensces to your family. The radio community will miss you. N7IAD"