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Dec 4

Written by: Brett Moss
12/4/2013 12:50 PM 

 Paul Gregg invitation
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Bauer Transmitters President Paul Gregg is approaching 90. And he’s still at work.

Read Buc Fitch’s RW feature piece on Gregg, “Paul Gregg and 45 Years of Bauer.” It covers the story from World War II up to 2004. Fitch told us separately that he considers Gregg “a gentleman of the first magnitude.”

Gregg’s daughters want to surprise him with a Memory Book for his birthday on Jan. 15. Therefore, they are asking radio professionals for help. If you have a memory of Paul, have worked with him or if you have or have worked with one of the legendary Bauer 707 transmitters, contact Jennifer, chief Gregg wrangler. She can be reached via email.

And don’t spoil the surprise by letting Paul know ahead of time. It’s an industry secret.

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3 comment(s) so far...


Re: Shhhh! Paul Gregg Is Almost 90

I'm not sure if I have the right Paul Gregg. Did Paul ever work at the Advanced Technology Center at the Allis Chalmers Milwaukee plant?

Thank you,

Myron Boyajian

By Myron Boyajian on   12/9/2013 12:48 PM

Re: Shhhh! Paul Gregg Is Almost 90

Happy New Year. What a great project! Paul visited me several years ago at my home in San Rafael, CA. where, as an amateur radio operator and AM aficionado, I was able to show Paul a Bauer 707 and a rare Bauer stereo mixing console that were operational on the 80 meter amateur radio band. We had a great time discussing AM and the business in the Central Valley in the 1960's, where as a youngster I was working at KVIP in Redding, CA.

By William B. Smith on   1/2/2014 10:31 PM

Re: Shhhh! Paul Gregg Is Almost 90

Hi Brett,

Years ago, on a temporary assignment, I worked with a Paul Gregg at the Advanced Technology Center(ATC) of Allis-Chalmers in Milwaukee. I don't know if the Paul Gregg you wrote about is that person. When you can, please ask Paul if he ever worked at A-C (1960s, and if he did, does he want to communicate? We worked together on a temp compensation circuit for a transistor DC motor controller for forklifts. Kindly let me me know either way.

Thank you,

Myron Boyajian,

By Myron Boyajian on   4/7/2014 3:35 PM

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