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Concetto Giuliano

Concetto Richard "Connie" Giuliano

Saturday, March 2nd, 1935 - Sunday, November 3rd, 2019
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Brilliant scientist Concetto Richard Giuliano (Connie) passed away at 84 years of age in Kula, Maui, Hawaii on Sunday November 3, 2019.

Connie was predeceased by parents Gaetano and Frances Giuliano, Brother Sebastian Giuliano, and Wife Joanne DeForest Giuliano.

Connie is survived by life partner Tina Fein, brother Paul Giuliano (Joanna), son Richard Giuliano (Olivia), daughters Elaine Smith (Michael) and Diana Giuliano, stepdaughter Lynne Ordean (Rusty Baldwin), stepson John Ordean (Kelly), grandchildren, Alexandra LaMay (Michael), Emma Schraner, Sydney, Skyler and Cambria Ordean and great granddaughter Gracie Rose LaMay.

Connie was born in Massachusetts and raised in California by a close knit Sicilian Family. Connie graduated from University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude; California Institute of Technology, PhD in Chemical Physics.

He worked for Hughes Research Labs in Malibu, California as head of the optical physics department, instrumental in groundbreaking laser technology. Connie continued his accomplished career working for Textron Defense Systems, Maui, Hawaii and the Air Force Research Laboratory Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico in laser optics.

Connie enjoyed the outdoors, was fascinated with nature and science. He enjoyed hiking, music, cooking and loved life.
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Conrad Peter Ferrara

Posted at 05:27pm
Dear Cousin: You were such a strong positive influence in my early life in Massachusetts. Fond memories of your reading the original Superman comics to Paul and me lying on the living room floor on Green Street home in Reading; Playing Malageuena on the piano at Nano and Nana's; burning intestinal gases. Boys, eh! But more substantial memories when I visited California in the 70s-2000s. Like your Dad's reaction when you bought your first car in 1951! Mitsiga! And that amazing house you designed and built on the cliffs of Malibu. I still have a large piece of rock with imbedded shells from your property high above the water. Your wonderful sense of humor and gentle ways brought joy to every gathering. Love to you and yours. I miss you now and always. CF
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DL Perrin

Posted at 01:12pm
Dear Tina and Connie's family,
So very sad to hear of Connie departure. I'm sorry I am unable to be with you. May GOD give you comfort and the faith to believe Connie is still with you in spirit and he will be waiting, with love, for your inevitable reunion in that "better place."
 
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Lisa DeForest Posted at 03:47pm

It was a privilege having known you Connie. I'll always appreciate your fun spirit and generosity.
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