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Shirley Mizell Berry
June 3, 1938-April 26, 2013
I love you, Mom!!!
THANK YOU to all of your for your prayers,
concern and caring during the passing of my Mother. She went home
to Heaven on Friday, April 26, 2013. It still hurts and probably will
for a long time. A friend once told me..."Your mother is your 'rudder.'
" She left a wonderful legacy to myself, my brother and my sister.
We were her proudest accomplishments. I know where she is, and I will
see her again someday. I hope I continue to make her proud until then
for the rest of my life. 73 de Tim WB4GBI
Utilizing several locations throughout the area,
covering several different Amateur Radio bands, the WB4GBI Repeater system provides East Tennessee with ample repeater service, for
both the casual user and the emergency volunteer.
Please use the buttons on the
left to navigate through the repeater pages,
what each repeater site has to offer!
the latest WB4GBI News:
The WB4GBI 145.17 repeater now features an IRLP repeater node!
Check out the 145.17 page to
the right for more details.
Despite what you see in the current edition of the SERA Journal, ALL of the
WB4GBI repeaters are COORDINATED and are FULL MEMBERS of SERA.
On a recent basketball trip to Connecticut...
Tim was able to sneak away for a little while,
the folks at the ARRL Headquarters!
While at the guest operating position of W1AW,
Tim worked 7P8JW and EA8TL on 20 meters!
Tim and Steve Ewald, WV1X,
my friend and tour guide at ARRL headquarters
Now this is what it's all about!
Tim and Bob, WB1GCM, inside the
ARRL's RF-shielded enclosure
More information about repeaters throughout
the southeast can be obtained by a subscription to the Southeastern Repeater
The Repeater Journal is a publication of SERA -
or better known as the South
Eastern Repeater Association,
of which WB4GBI is a proud
of you who subscribe to the Southeastern Repeater Journal,
might want to take a closer look at the November 2008 edition
of the Journal. There are a few photos on the cover that
might look VERY Familiar....
All of the
WB4GBI repeaters are completely open & available to serve
the entire Amateur Radio Community!
(Occasionally, there may be a need to place a
118.8 tone on a repeater,
due to reception problems or other outside interference,
but this is only to eliminate reception problems - not
to close a repeater)
Thank you for stopping by this web site.
Please enjoy these pages... and the repeaters...
as they have been built, tuned, installed and maintained
to serve everyone.
Back in early 1995 Tim had an opportunity to honor one
of his mentors, George Shaver, K4HXD in a local Ham Club Newsletter.
George was the one person most responsible for taking Tim "under
his wing" and showing him how much fun this hobby can be. Tim's
article was in response to George's passing, and he would like to
share it with you here.
Wonder why some repeaters just tend to "Act Up" in the dead
I wonder why that is...