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January 08, 2010
I had the honor to work with the court family from 2001 to present. Judge Aliamo was truly my hero. He was a very honorable man,who inspired everyone around him. His compassion for justice was revealed in his everyday dealings with everyone. Judge Aliamo was a fair Judge in all of his rulings. I will be able to see him in his old court room where I still work daily in his remarkable picture on the courtroom wall! He was a true american hero, the kind of person most of us will never have the opportunity to ever meet again! I feel extremely lucky to have known him personally.

My wife and I feel honored to have had Judge Alaimo perform our wedding ceromony in 2005. We are also honored to have his book, The Sicilian Judge, autographed and his written kind words to us. I loved him and respected him greatly. As I stated, He was my hero! I will truly miss him everyday!
January 08, 2010
I'm sorry to hear of your loss. After coming to Savannah in the 70's, I was accosted by several people who thought I was the Judge. After about 15 years or so, I was determined to found out the resemblance, if any. I discovered that he was to be at Federal court here in Savannah. Finally, I met him and we talked a few minutes. Being 22 years younger, and being of Sicilian extraction, I found a resemblance to my father in appearance and cultural background. I was proud to shake hands with so distinguished a person. I can now see where he blazed a trail of justice. God Bless Him for what he stood for and believed.
January 06, 2010
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
January 06, 2010
Stellar - simply stellar in all respects. A fine lawyer, a fine jurist, a fine husband and family man, a fine human being. We were all privileged and fortunate to have observed and learned from his example. It's certainly not hard to envision the joy of his reunion with the love of his life.
January 04, 2010
As an employee of the Georgia Department Of Corrections, I witnessed firsthand the positive change that Judge Alaimo brought to the Georgia State Prison in Reidsville. His intervention in the operation of the prison improved the quality of life for the inmates and improved the working conditions for the employees. I also had the occasion to appear before him in court on numerous occasions, and I always found the Judge to be a fair man and a man of great integrity.

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