Claudio 'Chuck' F. Juliano

claudio 'chuck' juliano
Claudio 'Chuck' F. Juliano, 79, of Hamden passed away on December 9, 2018 in his home. He was the husband of the late Marianne (Miceli) Juliano for 59 years. Born in New Haven on December 21, 1938, Chuck was son of the late Claudio T. and Felice Franco Juliano. He grew up in New Haven and moved to Hamden in 1964 after getting married. Chuck was the garage foreman at the VA Hospital for 27 years until his retirement. He was a very active member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Hamden. Chuck is survived by his sons Steven Juliano of Hamden, Richard Juliano (Christine) of Glastonbury; grandchildren Michael (Nickette) of Hamden, Derek (Apollonia) of West Haven, and Leah of Hamden; siblings Mary Ann Hande of Hamden, Carmela Attard (Salvatore) of Hamden, Gilda Wojcik of Wallingford, Thomas Juliano (Anna Mae) of East Haven, and Theresa DeNicholas of Cromwell. He is also survived by 16 nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Chuck's family on Saturday, December 29, 2018 from 2:00 to 4:00PM at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 885 Wintergreen Ave., Hamden. A memorial talk will take place at 4:00PM. Burial will be private. To share a condolence with Chuck's family, please visit

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  1. Dear Steve, Richard and family:
    Words are not adequate to say how very sorry I am for the -temporary- loss of Brother Juliano.
    He was such a beautiful man in every way! He was always so loving, warm, compassionate and kind.
    What a wonderful gift from a Jehovah to the many lives that he touched.
    May Jehovah comfort all of you until you see him again in paradise. John 5:28,29.
    Irma Russ

  2. Chuck, You are with your beloved Marianne for all eternity now. Your devotion, gentleness and caring to and for my sister cannot be matched. You are one in a million and will be greatly missed.
    Our condolences to your family and congregation. Love and Peace, Barbara and Craig Richardson

  3. I will miss my Uncle Chuck, endearingly referred to as Uncle Pinky. I love him very much. My love to all the family. Till we meet again in the New System. Your niece, Cherilyn

  4. My first memory of Uncle Pinky was when I was really little. I woke up early to the sound of Dale and Grace .I’m Leaving it All Up to You.. I followed the sound to the sun room where I found my Aunt and Uncle sitting together and smiling. My aunt was singing along and I specifically remember that they brought us donuts! My mom told me that he was Uncle .Pinky. and I thought that was funny. My Uncle showed me how to crack an almond without breaking it. I was so fascintaed by him. That was just the first time I remember meeting him. It’s funny the things that stick with you.

  5. Chuck n Marrian were very close to our Family the Orrino’s When Tony and I studied with them we formed a bond of two families We spent lots of time together I watched Rick and Steve grow up with my boys Paul and Peter. We went on vacation to Canada together and trips to Rochester New York. It was and is a privledge to know such a beautiful family as the Juliano’s. It will be even more of a joy to live on earth forever with them They all are special brothers and sisters. Love you all Fran and Ed Campochiaro Paul and Peter and wives and children. Mal 3: 10

  6. His faith and love kept him at meetings and assemblies even as he grieved the loss of his wife. He was an inspiration…

  7. I’m sure that that Chuck was welcomed by everyone who knew him as he was to us. What a hospitable couple in spirit and presence were they . Our father was surely happy to have him speak in his name . Life is short May we use it as he did to imitate our Heavenly Father .

  8. Oh my is broken for I didn’t even know about Marianne had passed. They were just on my mind this weekend. I can’t believe it. I’m 58 years old now and go to the South Meriden congregation. I studied with Mom & Dad Scandiffio. Marianne was my servicev buddy and would pick her up. What always amazed me was how she would walk all over town and in service with high heels 👠 on. She taught me a lot about service and tons of return visits. I loved and valued my time with her and all the help Brother Juliano gave me at an early age of 20 years old. I will never forget my beautiful years with them and the book study at there home. There was only one congregation in Hamden then in 1980. I’m so heartbroken and will really make me work harder in Jehovah’s service so I can see them in the resurrection 😭

  9. You couldn’t have said it better Irma. My heart is so heavy and yes it’s only temporary. Thank you for your beautiful words. Love Patricia Zalenski Silvia

  10. I will miss my brother Chuck. I can’t believe he passed away. He was the most kind loving caring and considerate man. He was my rock. He was always there for me. I called him my -counselor-. A kind brother and sister calmed my heart when they illustrated the loss of him in the following way: they said, Imagine we are all on a train to to Paradise and that Chuck is in the sleeping car.’ I have faith in the promise of the resurrection of the dead, and the wonderful promise that Jehovah God made of bringing the earth back to a paradise, as it was in the beginning, and seeing Chuck and his wife, Marianne again, happily living forever on earth.

    Gilda Juliano Wojcik

  11. My Dear Chuck!
    He will truly be missed by many! I can remember the days in CT when Chuck and I were part of a group of brothers involved with the Hamden KH Project. Both he and his dear wife devoted themselves to the success of the Hamden KH Project! He was always a humble and loyal Brother to many of the friends in all the Congregations attending the Hamden KH. Both his Sons have a spiritual heritage they should forever be grateful. I have said enough without tears!

    Theodis Bethea, Latta, SC

  12. I have always admired the steadiness and devotion of both Marianne and Chuck. They had an obvious single mindedness: to do Jehovah’s will. It will be such a joy to see them reunited in God’s New Earth. We who are there will again see their loyalty to Jehovah and their kindness to all around them. Your nephew Joe Luciano

  13. To The Juliano Family – What a refined man he was. Always nice to talk with him as he was a gentle soul. I knew him from Meadowbrook and his new place – my neighbor at .The Commons.! We are all sad to hear of his passing. May he rest in peace.

  14. Dear Juliano’s: I never had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Juliano however I feel like I knew him through Christine and Rich. It sounds like he was an absolutely wonderful person with a heart of gold. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree as Christine and Rich are wonderful and I’m sure Mr. Juliano is very proud of the family and legacy he has left. Much Love, Hedy

  15. My dear and wonderful Uncle Pinky! I can’t believe he’s passed away. He was such a wonderful uncle and friend. He was there for me and my family, always. He was so loving and caring to so many. I’m so happy to have had him as my uncle for fourty-six years and so proud of him and his faith and dedication to Jehovah. He was an amazing example to me and so, so, many. I look forward to the day that he and my Aunty Marianne are resurrected and enjoying a life together again, forever, on a paradise earth. I’m so saddened that he’s passed, but have true faith in Jehovah that he will bring him back through the resurrection. I’ll miss him dearly.

  16. My sweet Uncle Pinky, I miss you ever so much! I can’t believe one year has already gone by since you passed. I’m so glad that I have so many wonderful memories of you which I will always cherish. I love and miss you so very much and can’t wait to see you someday in the paradise with Auntie Maryanne.

  17. Time flies. I️ wish it would go by faster. I️ have such a hard time with loss. I️ cant wait for the day when my entire Juliano family, including Gramma and Grampa, are reunited. I️ miss the music, I️ miss the laughter and the smiles. I️ miss the noise and the tambourine and the dancing… oh the dancing. If anyone had the pleasure of having my Uncle and Aunt at their event you’d have seen the dancing. It was a pure zest for life and intense love for each other and Jehovah that we all were blessed to see. I️ miss you and I️ love you. It feels like all the sweetness in this world left the day you did. I’m so happy you are safely in Jehovah’s memory. Your niece, Jen

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