Marcelo Bornscheuer
Grand Rapids, MI

QCWA # 38149
W6EUH - Marcelo Bornscheuer
First Call: CE6EUH issued in 1983       Other Call(s): CE6MBQ XQ6MBQ XQ6BQ KD8VAC

QSL info:eQSL.cc

Paper QSL? :) Your QSL card will always be welcome!
a) Direct
  NO contribution needed. (SAE and any collectible sticker or stamp would be very appreciated, though).
b) Bureau - VIA CE6RFP (CHILE)

Note: Unless otherwise agreed during the QSO, I'd rather wait until I receive my correspondent's QSL; then I'll send mine ASAP.
Should you have already sent yours and have been waiting too long, please kindly let me know about it via email: mycallsign (at) qsl.net
Please, don't put me on any "black list", I don't deserve that! :)

About me:
Freelance Translator/Editor&Proofreader (English>Spanish)

Ham since 1982 in Chile; my 1st callsign was CE6EUH.

Other previous callsigns: CE6MBQ, 3G6MBQ, XQ6MBQ, XQ7MBQ, XQ2BQ.

XQ6BQ since 2010.

W6EUH since June, 2013

XR6EUH - Special Callsign in Chile, valid 8-Oct-2012 to 31-Dec-2013; 28-Jan-2014 to 31-Dec-2014.


Member of:

Radio Club Osorno CE6OS, 1982-1992
Radio Club Llanquihue CE7LL, 1993
Radio Club Gaviotas de Vina del Mar CE2GVM, 2006-2008
Radio Club Volcan Osorno CE6RCO since 2011
Radio Club de Chile CE3AA since 2012
Osorno Contest Team since 2012.
Remember: The Final Courtesy of a QSO is a QSL

At Least 5 Ways to QSL:
1) Snail Mailed QSL Cards
3) Bureau (ARRL and/or other organizations world wide)
4) eQSL
5) Others . QRZ.com, HRDlog.net, etc.

Note: It's better to check first in QRZ.com about each ham's QSL preferences. Some fellows don't even want a QSL, many don't use the Bureau, etc.

73, Marcelo

January 18, 2020