For long you live and high you fly, and smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry, and all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be. ("Breathe" by Pink Floyd)
  • 48 years old
  • Born on January 2, 1964 .
  • Passed away on September 23, 2012 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Gene Milowicki 48 years old , born on January 2, 1964 and passed away on September 23, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Diane Milowicki on 3rd January 2018
Thinking of you on your birthday and sending so much love...❤
Posted by Amy Wilkinson on 2nd January 2018
Celebrating the birth of one of the best people I ever knew. Your time with us was too short but such a blessing.
Posted by Diane Milowicki on 25th September 2017
Sending you love, wherever you are...<3
Posted by Amy Wilkinson on 3rd January 2017
Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day. Still thinking I will just run into Gene one of these days. That would be joy.
Posted by Diane Milowicki on 2nd January 2017
Another birthday has come, and we all still miss you more than words could ever say. Sending you love on your special day...
Posted by Patrick Murphy on 24th September 2016
Still in my thoughts.
Posted by Michael Coutcher on 23rd September 2016
Posted by Amy Wilkinson on 23rd September 2016
So often in my thoughts Gene, your life remains precious to me ....always.
Posted by Diane Milowicki on 23rd September 2016
It's the fourth time this date has rolled around. I don't need the anniversary to miss you, but it hits a little harder on this date. Our lives are different without you. Thinking of you today and always with love.
Posted by Diane Milowicki on 2nd January 2016
Happy Birthday, my sweet brother. You are loved, remembered and missed so very much.
Posted by Patrick Murphy on 25th September 2015
Three years and I even though I now live and work overseas, I still think about Gene. Happy contrails my friend. Pat Murphy
Posted by Diane Milowicki on 23rd September 2015
On this day, an anniversary date that weighs heavily on so many of us, we remember and honor you. With Love, Your Sister
Posted by Amy Wilkinson on 5th January 2015
I saw you today when I was taking my Christmas cards down. I saw you in niece Cari's smile - wow. What a wonderful surprise- miss you Gene.
Posted by Diane Milowicki on 2nd January 2015
Happy Birthday, Gene. I hope you are looking down on us and can see how much you are loved and missed.
Posted by Amy Wilkinson on 24th September 2014
So often I think about Gene - in some strange way hoping that it's all some mistake and that he is living peacefully somewhere out of harms way - missing his friendship.
Posted by Diane Milowicki on 24th September 2014
Two years. In some ways, it seems as though time has stood still. This is such a difficult day for all of us, Gene, but there is some comfort in knowing that you are watching over us. Be at peace, my sweet brother...<3
Posted by Diane Milowicki on 5th January 2014
Happy 50th Birthday, my sweet brother. You can not begin to imagine how much we all miss and love you. I hope you are recovering from a blowout birthday bash in heaven. <3
Posted by Patrick Murphy on 11th December 2013
Hardly a day does not go by that I do not think about my colleague who had more PASSION for aviation than anyone else I know. RIP my dear friend. Pat Murphy
Posted by Brendan Milowicki on 9th December 2013
I am genes nephew and I didn't get to see him a whole lot and it has been a over a year now since he died and we miss you uncle gene and I'm very happy that you aren't suffering anymore you will be forever missed
Posted by Kristen Milowicki on 23rd September 2013
It's been one year without you. We feel your loss so deeply, but we try to find peace in knowing that you are in peace. That you are no longer in the darkness. You are free. We miss you.
Posted by Erik Greve on 2nd January 2013
Milo - You will be missed shipmate. It was a honor serving with you, in the Topcats. You truly exemplified all that was good, right and decent in the world. I wish I would have known you were hurting so bad. Fair Winds and Following Seas brother. - Trigger
Posted by Diane Milowicki on 25th December 2012
Remembering your smile as we all do our best to get through the first Christmas without you. We didn't get to see you every year at Christmas time, but we always knew you were there. So that's how it will be this year. We know you are there with us in spirit. Please smile up there in heaven for us.
Posted by Brian Flick on 22nd November 2012
Milo, fellow Topcat and my department head. I will always remember you as an attentive leader and meticulous, conscientious individual. You and your love ones are in my prayers.
Posted by Old Friend on 7th November 2012
Remembering a good man with a very gentle soul and spirit - who was not meant to be part of the violence this world has to offer but who, unselfishly served this country with the utmost honor in combat and was never able to shake those horrors - so, he instead, with other obstacles now taking shape in his life - sadly and tragically, took his own. No more sadness. Rest in Peace, Gene.
Posted by A Dbella on 3rd November 2012
It's always sad to hear of those who have left this life prematurely, especially so when their life path and yours have crossed. Gene and I were on the faculty together at the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. I'll always remember his warm smile, his reaching out to collaborate and cooperate, and the helicopter he piloted for me. Thanks for sharing the ride.
Posted by Jackie Rocco on 17th October 2012
My Dear Nephew - Many family gatherings; visits to the Naval Academy-and Graduation, what a day-how honored I was to be there-President Reagan spoke; my only ride in a helicopter, piloted by him; Dom Perignon champagne for my birthday! The most honorable, responsible, and ethical young man one could know. Tears are falling from my eyes as I write. Rest in Peace, Genie. Love, Aunt 'Jake'
Posted by Bonnie Hendry on 16th October 2012
What we have once enjoyed we can never lose... All that we love deeply becomes a part of us. You will always be a part of your wonderful family Gene. You will live in their hearts forever.
Posted by Kristen Milowicki on 10th October 2012
Dear Gene, You are remembered. You are missed. You are loved. You are loved. You are LOVED. Rest in peace...
Posted by Amy Wilkinson on 10th October 2012
Gene was a blessing to me and my family most all our lives, a friend in highschool, penpal in college, and then a faithful faithful loving friend who prayed for my children, set an impeccable example for them and made us ALL better people by his honorable life and complete love.
Posted by Terry Perry on 9th October 2012
I have worked for Gene for the last two years and can't think of anyone I admire more. I retired Navy but admire how far he went. Upon checking into FSCJ he took me flying in his Cessna and I was immediately hooked. Trying to get my P.P. license because of him. Just when I thought he wasn't very cool He showed me his motorcycle. I will always look up to him as a leader and a friend!
Posted by Bob Hoffer on 7th October 2012
I am Gene's classmate from USNA. I did not get to know him well there, but our paths crossed many years later in our careers. I always respected the career he forged and will remember him fondly. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Posted by Joe Fordham on 6th October 2012
Gene and I were classmates and fellow Aero majors. He was a great guy - smart as a whip and always good to have around. Whether it was homework or letting some classmates crash on his hotel room floor after a wedding reception in Annapolis, he was always there to help out. I was sad to hear the news of his passing - my thoughts are with his family.
Posted by Judy Strickland on 5th October 2012
To Gene's sister Diane and family. Gene was a real "OFFICER and GENTLEMAN", and I am so thankful having had the privilege of working for such a wonderful professional boss at FSCJ's Aviation Center. I will always remember Gene, and the terrific First Annual Fall and Retirement party that he honored me at on 10/28/11. My Deepest Sympathy and Prayers to all of Gene's loved ones.
Posted by Tom Fasanello on 4th October 2012
Gene - Classmate and Squadronmate, You were and are a man of honor, unwavering devotion to your passions and duty, and dedicated loyalty to the people around you. You will always be remembered as a man of the greatest integrity. Rest in Peace, Fair Winds Milo.
Posted by Michael Coutcher on 4th October 2012
Gene - flying buddy RI & FL I will cherish the wonderful flying adventures we shared, especially our Sun 'n Fun memories. Your passion for flying will go on forever as your spirit soars. You are "The Officer and a Gentleman" and will be missed...Rest in Peace, my friend.
Posted by Lori Basuino on 4th October 2012
I only knew you through your sister but higher praise and adoration there could not be. Her face would always beam when talking about all you had accomplished...all that you were. Her face does not shine as brightly at the moment. Even though she knows you are at peace..there is loss. But the stories keep coming and the pride is there...and her face will shine again soon. Peace Gene!
Posted by Laura Cockrell on 4th October 2012
I'm so sad to hear about this. Gene was a good friend of mine in high school. We had many classes together but I really got to know him when we were on the yearbook staff together in high school. I have many memories of hanging out in the yearbook office / AV room during our study halls. I only talked to him a couple times after high school but several times I looked for him on FB or tried to see
Posted by Joanne Weidman on 4th October 2012
I remember Gene from French classes and yearbook staff in high school. What a quiet spirit -- and such a gentle smile. Though we lost touch after high school I was always proud when I heard of his exploits and successes, which were well deserved. Prayers and condolences to all his friends and family.
Posted by Diane Milowicki on 3rd October 2012
Gene – watch over us from above and keep us safe. I know that your spirit will forever soar above the clouds, where you loved to be more than anywhere else in this world. I will gaze out at the horizon and feel you there beside me always…
Posted by Tom Malick on 3rd October 2012
"Gino - I'm picturing you riding through the pearly gates at 120mph on your Honda decal ID necessary.... I know the Good Lord has his arms wrapped around you. I know you will forever be at peace, my friend. Your integrity, honor, and character will never be surpassed and will always be thought of and admired by all who had the pleasure of knowing you..."

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