SCETV announced the John M. Crockett Internship Fund has been established through the ETV Endowment to receive gifts to support a special internship program for students specializing in engineering. John frequently spoke to me about the critical need to get aspiring young engineers into the ETV organization and to get them trained as Amateur Radio Operators. This fund will expand the ETV Endowment’s existing internship program with a new position focused on engineering each year. Memorial gifts may be made to the John M. Crockett Internship Fund through the ETV Endowment, 401 East Kennedy St., Suite B-1, Spartanburg, SC 29301
It is with deep regret that we inform you of the passing of John Crockett, W3KH. After a long bout with cancer, John passed peacefully this morning, surrounded by his beloved family and wife, Karen. John and Karen had their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday.
Amateur radio and emergency communications had no greater advocate in South Carolina than John Crockett. His tireless devotion to service led to the establishment of the SCHEART network, the SC DMR network and countless other innovations of immeasurable service to the people of South Carolina.
A memorial service for John will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church with burial in Fort Jackson National Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5 until 7:00 p.m. on Monday, October 17, 2016 at Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel.
Memorial gifts may be made to Palmetto Health Foundation, designated for Palmetto Health Cancers and mailed to: Palmetto Health Foundation, Wells Fargo Processing Center P.O. Box 602575, Charlotte, NC 28260-2575; or ETV Endowment, 401 East Kennedy St., Suite B-1, Spartanburg, SC 29302.
Will be rescheduled for a later date. For additional information of the classes please contact Stan Slaughter, N3LU at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Tara at 803 737 3500 and she will have Stan return your call.
SC ETV has two current job postings in the Engineering Department. Those are two of a dozen postings that will be on the website in the near future. Look for postings for project managers, transmitter supervisors, and a field engineer with microwave experience. ETV, where we maintain 11 TV transmitters, 8 FM broadcast transmitters, 30 microwave sites, 14 NOAA Weather radio transmitters, 28 analog VHF and UHF amateur radio repeaters in the SC HEART linked system and 25 DMR UHF amateur radio repeaters in the SC HEART DMR system. Now is the time to apply for a career with ETV!!
More information about SC ETV – www.scetv.org
SUNDAY NIGHT 8 PM SC STATEWIDE ARES NET
TUESDAY NIGHT 9 PM SC STATEWIDE SKYWARN NET sponsored by NWS Charleston
THURSDAY MORNING 9AM SCHEART ESF-8 STATEWIDE NET .
Wallace VHF and UHF can not be linked all others are available for linking during the week. The Caesars Head VHF 145.13 – pl 123 repeater is operating stand alone until the microwave link between Paris Mt. and Caesars Head is installed. Edgefield VHF 146.85- pl 91.5 repeater is operating stand alone until the link interface is installed.