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Terry Duehr KCØVFO     (Ham Radio Outlet)
 
61, of Elizabeth. Born in Miller, South Dakota to the late Albert Nicholas Duehr and Gail Lenore Duehr (Trotman) he lived in, and loved, Colorado most of his life. Survived by son Nathan (Nate WYØX).
 
Terry was a Vietnam Veteran, serving 6 years in the Navy aboard the USS Inchon. He held various jobs in Electronic Component Sales and Management.
 
A lover of dogs, music, skiing, fishing, model railroading, as well as a firearms enthusiast, military supporter, trumpet player and avid Amateur Radio operator, he also enjoyed driving, especially convertibles with the top down. 
 
Terry was a salesman at Ham Radio Outlet in Denver for several years. A friend to, and loved by many, Terry was a memorable person who will not be easily forgotten.
 
Terry requested his body be cremated and ashes scattered in his favorite places in the Colorado mountains.
 
His wish to have a celebration of his life instead of a formal memorial service, will be honored at the C. B. & Potts, 6575 S. Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Saturday, February 23rd at 6 PM for sharing of stories of his life. Please join us there in remembering Terry. RSVP headcount is requested via a note to his son, Nate WYØX, via e-mail to denverpilot@me.com.
Published in Denver Post on February 13, 2013