Joseph Alexander STONE VE3JUE Now a SK

OBITUARY

Joseph Alexander STONE VE3JUE

MAY 9, 1961 – APRIL 12, 2021
Obituary of Joseph Alexander STONE

Joseph was born in Chatham, New Brunswick May 9th, 1961 to Donald and Margaret Stone.

He left home at an early age to go to Toronto and really never looked back.

He was very passionate about technology and was a big fan of the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Joseph was always a kind, loving family oriented person, who loved his kids.

He leaves behind his two children Beth and Cody.

His sister Jo-Anne Rodgerson (Dan), Brothers John (Jeannie), Jim (Carol) and Peter.

Predeceased by his father and sister Ella Marie Stone and several nieces and nephews. His grandson Xavier and grand daughter Nevaeh.

Joseph will always be loved and dearly missed.

Please drop a note on his memorial site:

https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/toronto-on/joseph-stone-10151802

I at first wanted to mention that Joe was the King of 30 Charlie but that would mean that Joe was seeking power and wanted to tax the peasants and that is the furthest from the truth. So the better term would be a mentor or a true Elmer.

Joe loved Ham Radio and he enjoyed D-Star on his DVMega CAST box probably the most.

Joe always took the time to help others with technical details or for configuration information to get a hot spot running, a call sign entered in a radio or help with getting a DMR ID.

30 Charlie will never be the same without Joe as I always found him on the side listening and always available to do a Google search for mobile operators in transit.

Joe, you were a great friend and made a big difference to all those you were in contact with. Too bad the monster loop with the Jennings Capacitor won’t get built but the idea of it will go on.

I at first wanted to mention that Joe was the King of 30 Charlie but that would mean that Joe was seeking power and wanted to tax the peasants and that is the furthest from the truth. So the better term would be a mentor or a true Elmer.

Joe loved Ham Radio and he enjoyed D-Star on his DVMega CAST box probably the most. Joe loved the Digital side of the hobby and if it required a computer even better.

Joe always took the time to help others with technical details or for configuration information to get a hot spot running, a call sign entered in a radio or help with getting a DMR ID. Joe was always “on the side” and would always help someone even if it meant to drop everything he was doing and patiently coaching someone through the programming or technical details.

30 Charlie will never be the same without Joe as he was always available to do a Google search for mobile operators in transit.

Recently, Joe ventured onto VE3TWR VHF in FM mode to help others and offered up a Yaesu mic for a new ham John VA3WOP. This small donation demonstrated how Joe was supporting new hams and helping them get on the air. Joe also offered support

Joe, you were a great friend and made a big difference to all those you were in contact with. Too bad the monster loop with the Jennings Capacitor won’t get built by yourself but the idea of it will go on and I will build it on your behalf. I have the capacitor in my possession and found the reference article we had discussed.

John VE3IPS

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