was originated by Richard J. DellaRosa. In the wake of his March 2010 death, it is maintained by his daughter and his wife
DellaRosa was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and is the
grandson of Italian immigrants. His interest in the JFK case
began the day it happened and has continued ever since.
DellaRosa spent seven years in the U.S. Air Force as a Telecommunications
Systems Control Technician and operated and maintained voice
and data circuits worldwide in support of the Air Force Communications
Command, U.S. Air Forces Europe and the Defense Communications
Agency. He received training at the Aerospace Technical Training
Center at Keesler AFB (Biloxi) Mississippi and was subsequently
stationed at MacDill AFB (Tampa) Florida, Wiesbaden Air Base
(Germany) and Andrews AFB (Camp Springs) Maryland.
for Southern Pacific Communication Company (SPRINT) as a Senior
Technican and Staff Engineer in Washington DC and later in Chicago,
worked for the Paradyne Corporation, which was later acquired
by AT&T and became AT&T Paradyne, for 18 years in Product
Marketing and Sales Technical Support.
was educated at the University of Maryland at College Park,
Northwestern University in Chicago, and the University of South
Florida in Tampa. His major field of study was Political Science.
DellaRosa was medically retired in 1995. He established JFKresearch.com
in 1998 and provides a forum for researchers from around the
world to share information and further the study into the JFK
assassination and related subjects.
DellaRosa is an honorary editor of the Assassination Research
Journal for thr advanced study of the death of JFK --