Can't believe that Sal is really gone. He was a good nephew, cousin, friend, son, husband, father, friend and co-worker- evidenced by the many people who are missing him today. Prayers for Jan and Sam and Erica and the kids. We love you all. Salvatore - you will be missed.
I first met Sal years ago when I worked for a local electrical supplier. He was one of the nicest guys I had the pleasure of knowing in the business and will be truly missed. My deepest sympathies to his family.
Sometimes in life God sends a shining star to brighten the lives of those they meet. He gives them the extraordinary abilities to make an ordinary day special, to allow the sun to shine even on a rainy day, to turn a frown into a smile and fill the soul with laughter and happiness with a kind word or silly joke. The star may not be perfect but God gives them the strength and confidence to try and make things better with the hope that the best is yet to come.
Sal was and still is that Shining Star. His light will forever shine in the hearts and memories of those he loved and left behind. He was one of a kind and will be missed by all that knew him. I was blessed to call him my friend and so thankful for the opportunity to have gotten to know him.
I know that no words can ease the pain and loss you have in your hearts today but I pray you find peace and comfort in God’s love, in family and friends and the memories you made together. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Mary Kate or as Sal called me … MK :O)
I had the privilege to meet and work with Sal a few years ago. I cannot ever remember seeing him not smiling, joking and being being kind to others. A meeting with Sal was always being greeted with a Hug. Everyone who meet him and worked with him spoke highly of his abilities and dedication to being a great electrician. Viewing these memories it’s apparent he also was a great father, husband, brother and friend to everyone that was in his family. God Bless his family. I wish you all peace and comfort. We will miss Sal but take comfort that he is in heaven. Sincerely, Mark Valerio