In Memory

Gene Gross (Apg/Maint. Control)

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03/08/22 04:07 PM #1    

John Bartunek

Gino was a great person and a true asset to the 610 Mass.  He will surely be missed.  I really got to know Gino because of our reunions. He became a close friend.  I'm going to miss his emails.  May He Rest In Peace. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Linda and his family.

03/08/22 09:43 PM #2    

James Wilson

Geno and I have been friends since 1966.  I used to work with Geno at Travis, AFB long before Yokota.  He was my boss in the 35 day iso dock on C-141A's. In addition, Geno and I were in the Golf 7 truck from it's inception in 610 MASS, and we were back door neighbors off base at Yokota. 

I talked to him two or three times while he was in the hospital and two day before he passed and he was pretty up-beat.  He was looking forward to going home from the hospital.  His passing came to a total shock to me. Needless to say I will truly miss him.  My condolences go out to his daughters Kathy and Kim, and his wonderful and dedicated wife Linda.  R.I.P. my long time friend your pains are gone forever.

03/09/22 06:26 AM #3    

Bob Garcia

R.I.P.Gene,got to know you at the reunions and you will be forever missed.My sincere condolences to the family,Bob Garcia .

03/09/22 08:46 AM #4    

Roy Lee

I did not know Gene at Yokota but he was the first one to greet me when I attended my first reunion in 2003 in Colorado Springs and we became good friends after. I always looked forward to seeing him and Linda at the reunions' RIP Gene

03/10/22 08:39 AM #5    

Everett Taylor

I first met Gene and his wife at the first 610 MASS reunion..It was great to talk with him at several reunions..I send my condolences to his family.  R.I.P. 

03/12/22 08:18 AM #6    

William Leibundguth

Rest in peace Geno. You truly will be missed by all thet knew you.

03/13/22 03:59 PM #7    

Wendell Gabler

I frist met Gino at Yakota AFB when I was fresh out of Tech School in 1969. I took one look at him and thought OMG, I'm in big trouble now. Perfect gig line, sharp creases in his shirt and pants, high polished boot and that series look on his face, and short hair cut like basic training. OMG was right, but in a much different way.  He taught me more about aircraft than I ever thought possible. We became very good friends even to this day. Gino was someone that I and many others looked up too rather new recruit or old timer. He will be missed by many.

12/12/22 11:45 AM #8    

Dr. Harold W. Thomas

Gene will be sorely missed.  I did not know him well while in 610, but grew to know and like him at the reunions, he was the greatest of the great 610 and alumni of 610 ever,  he never met a person that could not like him.  I already darn it miss him.

Harold Thomas

12/14/22 07:43 AM #9    

William Rodriguez

RIP Gene Gross

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