Message from W4CFH

To all my Colleagues and Friends,

As those close to me know, I am not good with goodbyes so I do apologize to those who feel offended that I have left having written only this letter, without personally shaking their hand and exchanging best wishes.

I have so many people to thank for their support and dedication that it is impossible to personally get to see you all with the short time that was available.

I truly am humbled to have worked with such a group of “get in and get it happening people” and I am so proud of the achievements that you have accomplished both in the operation and (for quite a lot of you) for your own personal accomplishments.

To the various teams, including Amateur Radio Emergency Service, Community Emergency Response Team, CoCoRAHS, and Hacienda Veterans, efforts and contributions have been outstanding. I have learnt so much from you and now possess a greater understanding of the difficulties in volunteer organizations.
To those of you that I had the opportunity to coach and or set goals for, I commend each of you for your achievements and hope that you continue to succeed.

I could go on listing people and groups but in the end the message would still be: I have truly enjoyed my seventeen years here and have been well supported with the work and outcomes we have achieved.

Thanks, regards and best wishes
Charles (Chuck) Hennis W4CFH