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Martedì 16 Agosto 2022, con inizio alle 16,30 precise, si è celebrato il rito funebre in memoria del nostro carissimo amico radioamatore Vittorio Ramacciati IK0QJO.
La Santa Messa si è tenuta nella Chiesa Parrocchiale di Santa Lucia, quartiere ovest di Perugia.
Il decesso di Vittorio è avvenuto nella notte tra il 14 ed il 15 agosto, nel sonno, molto probabilmente per arresto cardiaco. La notizia ha colto di sorpresa e sconcertato tutto il mondo radioamatoriale perugino, che a stento è riuscito a rendersi conto dell’accaduto. Una bellissima morte, senza alcun dolore, sicuramente non ha sofferto. Vittorio era nato il giorno di capodanno del 1944 e da tanti anni, in quel giorno, gli mandavo i miei migliori auguri sia per il compleanno che per il New-Year. E’ stato sempre disponibile ogni volta che lo si chiamava per partecipare alla varie assistenze radio nelle tante gare automobilistiche che la nostra Sezione ha preso parte. Da tanti anni era Lui, con i suoi apparati, a passare allo speaker del Santa Giuliana i passaggi dei maratoneti dalle diverse nostre postazioni sul percorso della Grifonissima. 
Tra parenti, amici, conoscenti e fedeli, la Chiesa di Santa Lucia era quasi piena. La Chiesa è molto grande, può ospitare circa 700 posti a sedere. Ben nove, tra sacerdoti e confratelli, hanno officiato il rito dall’altare, undici coriste e una chitarra hanno intonato i vari canti religiosi. La cerimonia è terminata alle 17.40.
La rappresentanza dell’ARI Perugia era composta dal sottoscritto I0KWX, IK0EBS, IK0AZG, IK0NBH, IK0VSY, IK0HCT, IK0MPI, IW0RTW. C’era anche suo nipote IZ0PVL di Roma. Sicuramente Vittorio, da lassù avrà gradito tutto questo e ci avrà inviato i suoi più cordiali 73. 
Ciao Vittorio, buona qsy... de I0KWX a nome di tutti gli OM.

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