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  1. donjgiles

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    Oh no, is this who I think it is?

    An incredible loss for the community if it is. Condolences to the family and everyone who knew him better than I.

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    Wait, is that fishnbanjo? No!!!!

    "We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that death will tremble to take us." ---Hank

    "Yeah, well, you know that's just like, uh, your opinion, man..." --- The Dude
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    Oh, no, that's not who I think it may be, is it? (Name omitted in case and hope I am wrong.)

    I know that you believe you understood what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
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    Terrible news. He and his family are in our prayers.

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    Rest in Peace Banjo. I'm going to miss your "Keeping it Smokey" posts.

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    Fuck

    Gunner, Black Frigate. Say "Hello" to my little friend!
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    Unbelievable. RIP, tight lines, and KIS. Condolences to family and to all who knew him well.

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    Very sorry to hear this.

    RIP Banjo.

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    Damn... just damn.

    Brothers.... it's only right that we give Fish a proper send off. And I believe, for us anyway, that means loading one of our favorite pipes (whether it's a cob or a S.Bang) with one of our favorite blends, and "keep it smokey" as he often said.

    May you rest in peace, Fishbanjo.

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    I am saddened by this news. He will be sorely missed! Tight lines and sweet smokes.

    "If you resolve to give up smoking, drinking and sex, you don't actually live longer; it just seems that way."
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    How can the loss of someone I've never met in person hit me like this?

    RIP fishnbanjo - we'll keep it smokey for you from here.

    Dave "Black Frigate Stowaway"
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    Brothers.... it's only right that we give Fish a proper send off. And I believe, for us anyway, that means loading one of our favorite pipes (whether it's a cob or a S.Bang) with one of our favorite blends, and "keep it smokey" as he often said.

    Definitely have to fire one up in his honor. Does anyone know if he had a favorite blend/blends or pipe shapes?

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    Fuck, Fuck, Fuckity Fuck.

    I'm going to fire up my Alden's with bamboo in his honor and "keep it smokey".

    Shit.

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    Sad news Indeed.

    R.I.P Banjo.

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    R.I.P. Sante, just so sudden.

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    God's speed Banjo, you will be missed.

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    I am saddened, but not shocked...he was a hero, a true hero...He, like many of his brothers in arms, paid the ultimate price for his efforts in Viet Nam. He was always a man whom despised advertising what he did for others...he enjoyed his pipes and tobacco, and he enjoyed the companionship of the forums.
    He will be missed...a man of rare talent...he gave it all...to his country and his friends...I like to think I was blessed to have known him...he was a truly special person....as I said before, he will be missed.

    Rest in peace, brother.

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    RIP, Banjo. I'll be keeping it smokey in his honor tonight.

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    Sante was a truly generous and sharing gentleman. I enjoyed casting bamboo fly rods with him. The whole angling community is forever indebted to him for setting up the forum dedicated to cane fly rods. I think I knew him before he and I got into pipes, which he did with his characteristic diligence, passion and exquisite taste. I had planned to do a road trip to Maine this summer to share in our two passions (I don't play banjos) but there is another opportunity squandered. RIP Sante - we will all miss you.

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    God Rest a good man. Keepin it smokey in his honor...

    "the weez"...
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    What a good guy, and what a sad loss.

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    Weezell, I think he'd definitely approve of the hat.

    He, like many of his brothers in arms, paid the ultimate price for his efforts in Viet Nam.
    Pepesdad, I'm not certain what was causing his ailments, but I do know that Agent Orange is causing many problems for many Vietnam Vets. I believe that it was the cause of many of my father's ailments before he died last year. It's sad to think that so many that came home are still paying the ultimate sacrifice so many years later.

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    Sad, indeed. Way too soon.

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    Mr. Rosenthal, you are right about these vets’ deaths they are still dying for a cause most have forgotten. That is the most tragic aspect of a woeful event.

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    RIP

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    That is sad. I know from his few posts re his health he had long been battling some form of leukemia.

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    How sad. Sante was a kind and upstanding member of the community. I always looked forward to his posts. God speed. I’m having a bowl in my Ikebana in his memory.

    Jason
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    Damn. Damndamndamndamndamndamn. So long, banjo. I'm really going to miss him, *&* his crazy collection of pipes. This just royally sucks.

    Bill

    Head Black Frigate keelhauler, boss powder monkey, & troublemaker 1st class.
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    RIP. Smoking one for banjo.

    Duane
    (Not Embers)
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    Very sad, I'm going to miss his posts. He was posting right up to the end. Think I'll smoke some Dark Twist tonight.

    Tim
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    I'm sad that I did not have the opportunity to meet this fine gentleman. May God bless this man and his family. He is one who will definitely be missed here and by all those who came in contact with him.

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    Breaks my heart.
    I sold him a Becker last year and we chatted a bit about Beckers through history. He struck me as the kind of fellow I could smoke a couple bowls with on any given afternoon and have effortless conversations with.

    He has a tremendous collection of pipes that I doubt anyone on here knows the extent of. I cant help but wonder what will become of them.

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    But like all your friends it is vilified
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    Sad news indeed. Rest in peace banjo

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    That is shocking news, RIP.

    Al

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    Can't say anything that hasn't been said by others already. RIP, Banjo.

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    This is a terrible blow to our close knit community. Farewell friend!

    I find myself sitting idly on the line dividing past and future,
    as if I could kill time without injuring eternity. -- Thoreau
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    Oh man. This blows. RIP Banjo. We'll miss you man.

    Til shade is gone, til water is gone. Into the shadow with teeth bared,
    Screaming defiance with the last breath, to spit in Sightblinder's eye on the Last Day.
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    Dammit all! What a loss, and it's who I feared when I saw the Maine address. Never met him face to face, but felt I knew him. A fine fellow, resting in peace, surely.

    I will be keeping it smokey tonight with thoughts of the fine gentleman.

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    RIP Sante.

    Broken Pipe.

    And the fly fishing community will also miss you. The knowledge you take with you in regard to bamboo rods is epic.

    Neal
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    RIP. Just know that when you see beautiful white clouds in the sky, it’s the smoke from his heavenly pipe.

    I am glad we have a good admin and responsible moderators.

    Heave to you dark colored ship under sail! Prepare to be boarded!
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    Always looking forward regardless of the situation, and not about to let anyone or anything stand in the way of him enjoying his existence.

    Fuckin' awesome in that way, really.

    I'm pretty sure he touched the lives of everyone he met.

    So long, Banjo. Keep it smokey

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    Please read this also. Sante was a legend in the fly fishing community and very people in the pipe community know about his legacy there.

    http://classicflyrodforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=122704

    He apparently died during or just after smoking his pipe. Epic.

    Posted 2 months ago #
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    RIP.

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    No
    May you rest in peace and memory.

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    Sante and I were very close friends. I noticed him declining bit by bit over the past four years, to the point where he was unable to speak to anyone on the telephone. He was a great man who fought several cancers, and other illnesses related to exposure to Agent Orange in Viet Nam. Later, he worked on nuclear sub-marines. He was one the world's best known fly fishermen.

    Sante was an exceptionally generous man. He gave more to his fellow pipers than most forum members: pounds and pounds of tobaccos, many pipes (briars and meers), and other related accessories. He turned me on HU blends back in 2012, and in turn, I turned a bunch of people on to them. Sante jokingly said, "You took my job away from me". A few months ago, he surprised me with a 1960s Andreas Bauer Sultan face meer. Sante said it was, "A sultan for the Sultan of Reviewers." He was amazingly supportive of me.

    Through out all of Sante's health problems, he remained strong in spirit. For years, despite his own debilitations, Sante continued to create and lead many cancer support groups, always thinking of others who were under going similar journeys. The number of people he helped is unmeasurable. When he was first diagnosed, doctors told him he had at most, two years to live, but Sante soldiered on for 14. He told me a few years back, "The doctors can't believe I'm still alive. I told them I'm staying here because I'm going to 'shock the world' ". He damn near did.

    Sante was a well read, brilliant man. He told great, funny, witty stories and loved a good laugh. "My gift is the gift of laughter. I live to make others happy." We constantly traded jokes and stories. Sante would detail his battles with me, knowing that I knew he wasn't looking for sympathy or attention. I never heard him complain or whine about the pain he suffered, or ask "Why me?" or "Woe is me." He told me everything because he knew I cared and wanted to know what was happening with him, and knew I would not express feelings of sorrow for him. That pain, until now, I kept private in my heart.

    God bless you, Sante Guiliani. You were one of a kind and the bravest man I have ever known. I don't expect I'll meet another like you again. But I did know you, and for everything there was about you, I shall be forever grateful.

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    That hits hard. Just a shock to read this. He always brightened up our site with his pipes and comments. A fine gentleman. I will miss him and think of him often when I visit this site.

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    He obviously will be remembered as a kindhearted and knowledgeable gentleman. What more of a legacy could you ask for? His signature posts were a staple here. RIP.

    On a pipe adventure
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    Here is the obituary from Lucas and Eaton Funeral Home

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    A huge loss for this community and the pipe community in general. He will be sorely missed. Godspeed Fishnbanjo.

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    What sad news about a man who brought such joy and knowledge to this forum. I'll miss seeing his posts and stunning pipe collection. RIP Banjo

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    I feel great sadness at this news. Though I didn't know him personally, Santé's presence here and at PSF was always appreciated and I always looked forward to his posts. I always marveled at his beautiful pipes, and couldn't help but feel a little envious of them. The man had exquisite taste. As I lost my oldest brother to Agent Orange, his fight held special meaning to me.

    It seems appropriate to quote this passage from The Tempest:

    Our revels now are ended. These our actors,
    As I foretold you, were all spirits, and
    Are melted into air, into thin air:
    And like the baseless fabric of this vision,
    The cloud-capp'd tow'rs, the gorgeous palaces,
    The solemn temples, the great globe itself,
    Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve,
    And, like this insubstantial pageant faded,
    Leave not a rack behind. We are such stuff
    As dreams are made on; and our little life
    Is rounded with a sleep.

    RIP, Santé

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    Just damn.

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    Damn, we were just talking this past weekend about a Colorado Cane Rod Makers gathering in a few weeks. He definitely made his mark in many areas in life. I will miss him greatly.

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    Now far ahead the Road has gone, I must follow if I can
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    Very sad news.
    I will miss his contributions and seeing his amazing taste in pipes.

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    Saddened, simply saddened tonight....
    Sante was good to me.
    We’ve lost a good man.
    Four winds, Sir.

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    Sad news indeed......
    I never met him in person but had the utmost respect for the man. Always enjoyed his posts, he had such exquisite taste in pipes.
    I’ll always remember this post from him on Memorial Day.........
    http://pipesmagazine.com/forums/topic/memorial-day-9
    Rest In Peace and keep it smoky, friend. Godspeed.

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    Very sad. I'll miss his posts. I really don't know what to say.

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    Rest in peace, Banjo.

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    So sad.. Never met him, but always followed his posts. Man will leave, deeds and memory would stay.
    RIP Banjo..

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    Peace Banjo

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    Oh, this catches me by surprise...keep it smokey Banjo, thank you for all your posts.

    Isaac

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    Thank you Jim, Jesse and Matt for your posts; Jim, for helping to fill in the blanks of a beloved member here on the Forum; Jesse for the Bard's meaningful quote; and Matt for linking that memorable post from Banjo. I, too will miss his wonderful posts, the photos and wry sense of humor. I will try to "keep it smokey" in his honor.
    May his memory be eternal.

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    Oh, damn. Unfortunately, I never knew him personally but it was an honor to read his thoughts on the forums. RIP.

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    This is very sad news. RIP.

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    Keep it smokey Fishbanjo! Your presence will be missed.

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    Very sad news indeed. He was too young. You will be missed Banjo....

    "I don't know half of you half as well as I should like, and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve."
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    I’ll always remember this post from him on Memorial Day.........

    This one stuck with me very much as well. Seemed he wanted us to know him a little better. It certainly did.

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    The end of an era. The community definitely lost a prime personality.

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    RIP, Sante. An invaluable voice here and everywhere else he went.
    Thanks to Jim for the personal remembrance.

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