Jay V. Albano

Danbury, Connecticut

1958 - 2019


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Jay V. AlbanoDec. 29 1958 - Apr. 16, 2019Jay V. Albano, age 60, of Danbury, CT passed away on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. Jay was born December 29, 1958 to the late Barbara (Michinko) and James Albano in Danbury, CT. Jay was well known for his big heart and caring nature. He loved and was loved by...

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I just found out that Jay passed away. I often enjoyed talking to him on DMR almost every day. Sorry for your loss. John (W1COD)

You have my deepest Sympathy in the Loss of Jay.. I always knew him as a good person . Was his neighbor for many years childhood years..May God bless Your family to take you through this saddened time

As you remember your love one, as God heals your broken hearts (Psalm 147:3), may your treasured memories continue to bring you peace, comfort, and strength to endure.

Thank you Jay for the laughs you always made. For your good nature and your showmanship while work for Dick Hall at the old Cycle Ranch. Only person I'd seen ever wheelie an older /5 BMW in a semi straight line. Miss you Jay Bird. Walter, (Mack), Mackenzie

KC2ECU Joey. Wish your family my regards. I will miss my dearest friend that I talked on the radio to keep you company while you were driving home from work in the city. We did many Ham radio projects together over the years.

I will miss you dearly Jay. I will think of you always. Your spirit will be in my heart.

Omg! I am numb.....He was the kindest, gentlest man....He will be missed! My heart goes out to his beautiful wife and family. Jmmy.... I am so sorry... Millicent Craig



My brother Jay, thank you for all you have taught me, your love and all the laughter you brought me and always being there for me.

We were roommates when we were young and shared an apartment and a home together. I pray that we will share a room in heaven when my time comes.

God bless you my brother Jay, I love you and will miss you, but I know you will always be there for me.