Cumberland Amateur Radio Club has a rich history built upon time-honored traditions.  Since 1964, CARC has been the amateur radio club of choice for many Ham Radio enthusiasts who call Central Pennsylvania their home.


In this section of our web site we remember and honor those who have served the Club and served our Community.



The graphic is intended to represent brick paving stones.  You may have seen similar tributes at the Army Heritage Center in Carlisle, PA, or at the ARRL Headquarters in Newington, CT.


Those who wish to honor a fellow Ham Radio Operator, or another member of our community, are invited to commission an inscription on a virtual brick which will be posted here as a tribute to that individual.  












How do I arrange to have the name and call sign of a Silent Key posted on the Remembrance page?

CARC Leadership will take your request.  Please contact the Club President via eMail sent to:

In your request please provide the name and call sign of the Silent Key, exactly as you would like it to appear on the Brick Walk and in keeping with the format of the existing memorials. 

In your request please acknowledge your intent to pay the $10.00 fee for commissioning a Brick Walk Memorial.  Payments can be mailed  to the Club Treasurer, Garry Fasick K3EYK.  Use the “Callbook” address, or request his mailing address via eMail sent to:   

CARC offers payment processing on the SQUARE Payment Network.  If this option appeals to you please contact Andrew Forsyth AF3I via eMail sent to:  He will eMail a SQUARE Payment Invoice to you in the amount of $10.00 plus a $1.00 Convenience Fee to cover our costs of offering this service.  You can pay the invoice from the convenience of your home or office using your credit card.


Is there a fee for commissioning a Remembrance Memorial?

The Cumberland Amateur Radio Club will place a replica of an engraved brick on the Remembrance Brick Walk for a fee of $10.00.

The replica brick will bear the Name and Call Sign of the Silent Key you wish to honor with this memorial.