John Caulfield , K0FUZ

CWops# 2796, from Leawood , KS , USA.---->View on Google maps

Great to be a member of CWops and thanks to those who supported me along the way.

I have been a ham since 1961, always enjoying some level of activity as family and job responsibilities would allow.

I got a degree in electrical engineering because I wanted to figure out how my ham radio worked – I am still learning. I spent my career as a Sales Engineer calling on electric utilities, selling products involving Transmission and Distribution – everything from the electric meter socket on your house to all the great things you see inside substation fences! For the past 15 years I have been very involved with photography.

I enjoy CW and SSB from 80 through 10 meters. The heart of my station is a Flex6400 and a Hex beam. But when I think of ham radio it is the friends I have made along the journey – they are the inspiration and Elmers.

My wife, Laura, of 48 years has “supported my efforts” and occasionally asks – “what does that thing do?” We live in Kansas and our three daughters live in California – how/why did that happen?

Most recently, I have been enrolled in the CW Academy Intermediate Class. I am grateful to Tom, WA9CW and Steve, WD4CFN – their patience and pushing has been inspiring.

This biography is what appeared in Solid Copy when the member joined CWops.

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