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 Broadcaster Joe Klimas interviews Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw at one of the Tony Lema Memorial Charity Golf Tournaments in the 1970's at the Marco Island Golf & Country Club, now the Island Country Club.; Roger LaLonde StaffJoe Klimas lookis over memorabilia he collected over his 39 years as a TV and radio broadcaster.; Roger LaLonde Staff 
 A caricature of Joe Klimas in his early days at WRGI in Naples where he started his career as a spprts commentator. ;  Marco's Joe Klimas, left, enjoys a critique of Lely's game against Immokalee by Troy Miller in 2010. Klimas and Miller teamed up to do area high school football and basketball games for many years. Klimas is retiring, with his last game the annual Coconut bowl at Lely, against Naples on Nov. 2. ; Submitted 
 A cariucature of Joe Klimas that turned out to be T-shirts made as a promotion for his "I Klobbered Klimas" sports segmnent. Klimas selected NFL winners on Monday then the fans had until Friday to make their selections. Fans received the shirt if they scored better than Klimas.; Roger LaLonde Staff 
 Joe Klimas and wife Barb look over some of his memorabilia that he collected over his years of being a radio and television broadcaster. He will do his last football game on Nov. 2, the Naples at Lely historic Coconut Bowl. He is retiring after 39 years of broadcasting local football and basketball.; Submitted Photo 
 Broadcaster Joe Klimas interviews colorful competitiors in the Great Canoe Race, which he was involved in for 36 years.

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Broadcaster Joe Klimas interviews Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw at one of the Tony Lema Memorial Charity Golf Tournaments in the 1970's at the Marco Island Golf & Country Club, now the Island Country Club.; Roger LaLonde StaffJoe Klimas lookis over memorabilia he collected over his 39 years as a TV and radio broadcaster.; Roger LaLonde Staff
A caricature of Joe Klimas in his early days at WRGI in Naples where he started his career as a spprts commentator. ; Marco's Joe Klimas, left, enjoys a critique of Lely's game against Immokalee by Troy Miller in 2010. Klimas and Miller teamed up to do area high school football and basketball games for many years. Klimas is retiring, with his last game the annual Coconut bowl at Lely, against Naples on Nov. 2. ; Submitted
A cariucature of Joe Klimas that turned out to be T-shirts made as a promotion for his "I Klobbered Klimas" sports segmnent. Klimas selected NFL winners on Monday then the fans had until Friday to make their selections. Fans received the shirt if they scored better than Klimas.; Roger LaLonde Staff
Joe Klimas and wife Barb look over some of his memorabilia that he collected over his years of being a radio and television broadcaster. He will do his last football game on Nov. 2, the Naples at Lely historic Coconut Bowl. He is retiring after 39 years of broadcasting local football and basketball.; Submitted Photo
Broadcaster Joe Klimas interviews colorful competitiors in the Great Canoe Race, which he was involved in for 36 years.

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