Sal Longo Obituary – Passed Away;Cause of Death

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Sal Longo Obituary – LONGO, SALVATORE ANTHONY “SAL” Died at home with his caring family close by on Wednesday, December second, 2020 in his 77thyear. Adoring spouse of Jill Longo for a very long time. Treasured dad of Chris (Jennifer), Matt (Amy), Tyler (Nicole) and Ashley (Erik). Dear sibling of Gus Longo (Mary-Anne), Mary Bataglia (late Joseph), the late Zina Indovina (late Joseph), Joe Longo (Theresa) and Tom Longo (Zina). Dedicated poppie to Caitlin and Sammy Longo, McKenzie Russo, Kendall, Mason and Blake Kolga and Emma, Dexter, Rosa and Beau Longo and Mika Pujic. Affectionately recollected by numerous nieces, nephews, companions, clients and the neighborhood network.

Sal was a caring dad and a committed granddad who consistently set aside a few minutes for his children and grandchildren. He never missed a presentation, a game or a training and was never hesitant to share his feedback on the child’s exhibition. He additionally adored his companions, his poker games, his outings to Aruba and his time at Sales and Ad. He was a glad ally of nearby games and neighborhood business and dedicated past leader of Sales and Ad. The main thing more prominent than his affection for his loved ones was his obsession for his business. Sal was an energetic business person and a visionary in the hair business. He prepared and guided many beauticians and is answerable for the advancement of an industry in the Quinte region. The family gives its sympathies to the OLG and proline explicitly. His affection for Sunday football and the prop wager was unequaled! The family will miss his distracted hurries to the corner shop and his persevering quest for his proline tickets.

Plans depended to the BURKE FUNERAL HOME, 150 Church St., Belleville (613-968-6968). Public appearance on Monday, December seventh from 2-4 and 5-9 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be commended at St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday, December eighth at 11 am. Private family interment at St. James Cemetery. In the event that so wanted, gifts to Parkinson Canada.

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