In Memory


Jay Juliano

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04/10/19 04:07 AM #9    

Alan Wong


Jay and I were classmates at Lincoln, class of 58. We were on the championship grade school basketball team, drank numerous bottles of Shlitz beer, and spent many nights watching the drag races at Skip's Drive In on North Avenue.

He was one of the "GOOD" in peace Jay!



04/10/19 10:49 AM #10    

Bryce Rexroat

Jay was a big man with a bigger heart!!

04/10/19 11:16 AM #11    

Donna O'Hanlon (Miller)

I am so very sorry for your loss.  I remember Jay so well and have thought about him often the last few months.  I was going to drop him a note but never did, unfortantely.  Although I was a year behind we would sometimes walk home together.  Years later my husband and I needed to sub-let our apartment on Kenilworth and Roosevelt Rd.  Jay showed up at our door and rented it.  He even let us keep some of our items in the storage area since he didn't need it.  He was such a gentle and kind fellow.  My thoughts and prayers are going out to you and your family.  God Bless.  Rest in Peace Jay.  Until we meet again.

04/10/19 11:19 AM #12    

William Mulcahy

Met Jay on the track team and talked with him at our 55th. So sorry that he has passed. May he rest in peace.

Deceased Name: Jerald ( Jay ) Juliano

Times, The (Munster, IN) - April 2, 2019
Jerald ( Jay ) Juliano

CHESTERTON, IN - Jay passed away in his home on March 26,2019, after a long and courageous battle with Multiple Sclerosis. Jay was born on October 28, 1944, in Chicago, IL to Evangeline and Jerry Juliano . Jay received his Respiratory Therapy License after graduating from Triton College in Illinois. He went on to obtain a Masters Degree in Administration from the University of Notre Dame. He was a respiratory therapist in many Chicagoland hospitals and at Methodist Hospitals in Merrillville and Gary, IN. He also taught at Indiana University Northwest and at Ivy Tech Community College. He loved the field of respiratory therapy and served several years as the president of the Indiana State Society of Respiratory Therapists.

Jay is survived by his wife, Marguerite (Maggie); his sons Jason (Lena) and Jeremy (Annabel) and his daughter Jennifer (Louie) Frigo. His six grandchildren: Anais, Jace, Lilah, Jameson and Abbigail Juliano and Leia Frigo brought him great joy and pride. Also to survive is his father Jerry, his two brothers James (Therese) and Jack (Cheryl) along with many nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was preceded in death by his mother Evangeline (Tootsie) Juliano .

The family would like to thank VNA Hospice for their loving care and support. In lieu of flowers, donations in Jay 's name may be made to the National MS Society, 3500 DePauw Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46268.

Per Jay 's wishes, there will be no visitation; as he generously donated his body to the Indiana University School of Medicine.

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated by Father Jon Plavcan on Thursday, April 4, 2019, at 10:00 AM, at St. Patrick Church, Chesterton, IN.

04/10/19 12:17 PM #13    

Roy Fowles

God Bless - Rest in Peace.  I recall the track team experiences over four years with fondness.

04/10/19 03:54 PM #14    

Joseph Cesario

I got to know  Jay as a member of the track team .  He was a wonderful friend, teammate,  and athlete .  My prayers and condolences to his family.  May he Rest In Peace. 

04/10/19 05:40 PM #15    

Patrick Hayden

Saw Jay at a number of reunions over the years and always admired his ability to deal with such a significant health issue!,,very courageous man. 

04/11/19 12:34 PM #16    

Joseph Morici

Went to Lincoln School and OPRF with J J; always a smile on his face and filled with laughter. Many fun poker games together and he could hit the longest fly balls in Lincoln School history. I'll always have fond memories of a great guy.

04/11/19 04:39 PM #17    

Joseph Panzarella

Jay and Maggie waged a hard battle over Ms for many years  God bless .

Jay and I met in freshman year and was a hell of an athlete. Those were the good days when we all had fun.

Jay came down to Florida for vacation at his parents house. Buzz Whisler and I met up with him. We had quite a few drinks and buzzy and I were not feeling any pain after a while. I asked Jay how come you're not drunk?

He said to me everything I'm drinking goes into that bag on my wheelchair.😂

Rest in peace my friend God bless



04/16/19 02:03 PM #18    

Timothy Sheehan

My sincere condolences to Jay's family. I grew up with Jay "J.J." at LIncoln School. We were on the Championship Basketball Team in 1958. Jay was a kind and gentle person. He will be missed. May God bless all of you in this time of grief as you reflect on the life of Jay.and his impact in our lives. Yours in Christ,

Tim Sheehan

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