Raymond Salvo

Raymond M Salvo

Saturday September 29, 1934 - Wednesday October 9, 2019
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We remember Raymond M. Salvo who passed away on Wednesday, October 9, 2019, after a long battle with heart disease. He leaves his loving wife of 55 years, Dolores Comeaux Salvo, sons Raymond Douglas Salvo (married Tamar Myers), Christopher Alexander Salvo, and two granddaughters: Sayuri and Matahn. Mr. Salvo was predeceased by his youngest son Gregory Salvo, and his two siblings Paul Salvo and Anne Moulton.
Raymond was born in Controne, Italy. He was one of three children to the late Dominic and Rose (Pape) Salvo, and as an infant, moved to East Boston with his family. Raymond worked in the printing industry prior to becoming a graphic arts vocational teacher for over 30 years at the former Worcester Boy’s Trade HS in Worcester.

In his youth, he explored religion and acquired a wide repertoire of gospel music. He had a great appreciation for the outdoors. Raymond enjoyed hiking, skiing, camping, swimming, playing cards, guitar, harmonica, singing, and dancing with family and friends. Most of all, Ray was a genuine conversationalist, and loved to talk with strangers and life long friends about their stories and adventures.

A memorial service to remember Mr. Salvo will be held on November 16, 2019, at 11 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Westborough, 120 W. Main Street, Westborough, led by Reverend John Wesley Taylor. Please feel free to share your memories and photos on this website, or stop by to visit the family at the house in Northborough
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A memorial service to remember Mr. Salvo will be held on November 16, 2019, at 11 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Westborough, 120 W. Main Street, Westborough,


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Posted at 09:14am
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Ted Pulaski

Posted at 05:26pm
Extremely sad to hear of the passing of Mr. Salvo.
He was one of the nicest people that I have ever met in my life.
After graduating from Boys Trade in 1973 I hadn’t seen him in many years
until we met by chance at the Home Depot in Shrewsbury.
He remembered me right away. Even though it had to be at least 30 plus years since I had graduated.
I will always remember him as a great person. And someone who seemed to really care about me and
how I was doing in life.
Rest In Peace
And thank you for caring Mr. Salvo
Ted Pulaski

Mike Harrington

Posted at 03:39pm
I must say that I have some wonderful memories of Mr. Salvo having been close to Chris growing up…skiing, cards, but some of the more poignant ones revolve around some conversations (which Mr. Salvo adored) that have occurred in the front living room of the Salvo household. There were a few uncomfortable ones in high school in which they seemed more like being on the witness stand than conversations…a sort of cat and mouse discussion where I quickly realized my part was going to be the mouse…of course, all of these were in relation to some recent self-induced transgression…. there were some jokes no doubt about having to ‘have the discussion’ with Mr. Salvo around that time in my life….these gave way to later to discussions surrounding the current political climate or “tell me about what is new at Notre Dame” in College…or “how are things in Atlanta” and eventually, “Lets talk about your lovely wife and family…and how things are in Milwaukee”…always very engaged and focused on the conversation and interested in you and the things you cared about. Which is how my wife Karen remembers Mr. Salvo...very fondly. Unfortunately, it has been a number of years since I have sat in the front room for a conversation with Mr. Salvo, and for that, I feel sad, but I when I think back to all of the other times – especially the more recent conversations, it brings back warm memories and a smile to my face.

My deepest condolences to Delores (always Mrs. Salvo to me), Chris and Ray.

Mike Harrington

John, Lindsay and Tom at T. A. Holland & Co.

Posted at 10:03am
With heartfelt condolences,
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Posted at 08:30am
Remember Mr Salvo from my Worcester Boys Trade School day's Working in the camera room and stripping flats looking for halftone dots. Always willing to help you understand things a good teacher. Ed Richard class of 1976

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