SERA Districts - WV

A Note From Your Director

Welcome to the SERA Web Page and the section for Wild Wonderful West Virginia. I am Richard Dillon, K8VE, and I live in Buckhannon. I am available to answer any questions or help you with any matter that involves FM repeater operation, regardless of where you live. I travel West Virginia extensively and I am knowledgeable of the geography of the state and know which repeaters are on the air and those that are not.

Mike, Glen and I will handle coordination matters in West Virginia. Like most of the country, the "two-meter" spectrum is crowded. We encourage all repeater applicants to consider construction in 50 MHz, 222 MHz, 440 MHz, 902 MHz and above.

Feel free to contact me by telephone, e-mail, or by radio, with any questions or concerns. In the spirit of enjoyment and enhancement of Amateur Radio, thank you in advance for your cooperation and the recognition & adherence to the SERA Coordination Policy & Guidelines.

Thank You
WV Director

Richard Dillon, K8VE
West Virginia Director and
Frequency Coordinator
P.O. Box 1177
Buckhannon, WV  26201-1777
(304) 472-5903  (home)

T-MARC is the recognized frequency coordinator for the northeastern West Virginia counties of Berkeley, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, and Morgan.

Glen Sage, W4GHS
SERA WVA Vice Director and
EMcom Correspodent
1928 Crooked Oak Road,
Hillsville, VA 24343
(276) 398-3548 (home)


Dr. Mike Fariss, K4EZ
VA / WVA / NC Frequency Coordinator
1441 South Main St
Hillsville, VA 24343


Repeater Journal Correspondent

Beth Broschart, KD8PMI
SERA Repeater Journal Corresponden
P.O. Box 1732
Elkins, WV 26241-1732
(304) 614-1419

Please welcome Beth Broschart, KD8PMI, of Elkins, WV as our new West Virginia Repeater Journal Correspondent.

Take the time to change your mailing list, whether it be by U.S. Postal Service or e-Mail.  If you have pictures, feel free to submit them.  Beth is anxious to report on all amateur radio activity in West Virginia! 

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