Ronald E. Hand
#1 Nov 30, 2006
I will Miss Him.
#2 Jun 15, 2008
Stanly or anyone else reading this...I do beleave this was my Father. I met him once when I was 18. He lived in Lake Hopatcong at the time, hence my belief. Anyone who may read this that can confirm, please reply
#3 Jul 22, 2009
If this is my old musician drummer buddy 300 lbs from Jersey City
born dec 15th either 1944 0r 1945
I am afraid that is the fellow.
I miss him. We were fellow musicians. Your Dad was a great drummer.
And a good guy. A gentle giant type.
I miss him- and just found out about this tonight. I saw a tribute to him on a site of a fellow musician, an organist.
I am genuinely touched by his passing.
but his photos look good
he lost weight in a good way.
he looked like his jovial self
We had mutual respect for one another
he was more rock ( I will never forget is powerful groove )
I was more jazz
Peace to you and your Dad
#4 Aug 9, 2009
Thank you so much, I have discovered a whole new side to my family. Some very good people . Are you in NJ ?
#5 Jun 15, 2010
Please forgive me for posting on this blog, but I am unable to contact John Giulino otherwise.
I am looking for the descendant of Salvatore Giulino and Filipinna Pugliese, originally from Crichi Italy whom migrated to North Adams Massachussetts.
I am doing some research for a friend who live in Italy and has been searching for his great uncle ( Salvatore Giulino).
Would you please kindly contact me if you are related.
#6 Jun 27, 2010
Samantha - I hope that the John G that posted here IS the John you are looking for. Would be awesome to know so much good is coming from my fathers unfortunate passing.
#7 Mar 19, 2014
I'm so sorry to hear about Ronnie's passing. I just saw this post while searching in google. Ronnie was the drummer in our first band in jersey city. Ricky and the casuals. And he played drums on my first record titled. Linda is the girl for me. What a great drummer he was and a good friend
#8 Mar 17, 2017
I just found out about the death of Ron. I net Ron at Carl Wolf's store in Bloomfield NJ on Broad Street where we took lessons from Carl Wolf back in the late 60's and a very cool guy. We hit it off because we were both from JC, as he lived across from the resivor with his mother, brother (who later studied organ). He purchased a Rogers drum seat and broke it trick, so Carl Wolf told him he had to loose weight and get a piano stool instead. We went to see Buddy Rich & his big band at the Empire State building at a down stairs club. He was several years older, both went to Dickinson HS
and sat in each others bands at the Transfer Station in Union City and other places. When he worked with Sly & The Family Stone, Sly would always call him by a different name.
Hope this gives more insight to Ron , "Cool & Grovie Guy"
Bob Rienzo (Buddy Louis)
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