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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Dr. Joe Juliano (WV5X)


11-22-06


A good friend,fine ham, & respected M.D. He will be missed.

Contributed by: Matthew A. Erickson (KK5DR)


He was a great ham. He loved playing audio with us and always sounded great. He was an asset to ham radio, and your right Matt he will be missed. God bless Dr. Joe and 73.

Contributed by: Greg Nolan (W5UDX)


Dr. Joe will always be remembered and certainly missed. I first met Joe on the air back in the late 80's when I was trying to collect Collins gear. If I recall correctly Joe had a 30S1. In a casual conversation on the air, most folks would never know Joe was unable to see. Perhaps I regret most not stopping in Smithville to visit Joe when I was on my way to Austin from Baton Rouge.

Contributed by: Mike Gusky (K5UX)


Dr. Joe will certainly be remembered and missed. I first met Joe on the air back in the late 1980's when I was trying to collect Collins gear. If I recall correctly, Joe had a 30S1 and gave me some good tips. In a casual QSO, most folks that didn't know Joe very well would never know he was sightless. Perhaps I regret most not stopping in Smithville to personally meet Joe when I was on my way to Austin from Baton Rouge.

Contributed by: Mike Gusky (K5UX)


Joe Juliano was a great person to know. He put up a great fight for a long time, all the while keeping his sense of humor.

Contributed by: Chris K5CLC (K5CLC)


Joe was a great ham but an even greater human being. He only had good things to say about people. His smile was infectious. Joe is surely now an angel. I will miss him but I have great memories to lessen the pain.

Contributed by: John Basilotto (W5GI)


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