Mr. Salvatore Aiello, age 69, passed away on April 24, 2020 at the HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice Center in Providence, RI.
Sal was born in Herkimer NY, on September 12, 1950, son of the late Angelo and Antoinette Fragale Aiello. He was blessed with a daughter, Kelly, son-in-law Michael Risley and three grandchildren; Jax F., Ty S. and Kaz F. Risley..as well as two step-grandchildren, Connor Hudon and Myla Risley.
He grew up in Frankfort, NY where he attended High School, then on to college to earn his Bachelors degree in Business. Sal lived in Vermont for a short time before moving to New Hampshire to start his career in finance.
He worked for Dartmouth College for many years before transferring to Brown University, in Providence RI. Sal was at Brown for several years becoming the Bursar. He retired in 2019 to travel, and spend more time with his daughter and grandchildren. His love of music was infectious, He loved playing his bass guitar, and would sit down in front of any piano he could! He loved to perform on stage, was an avid dancer and was even entertaining the idea of competing. He was a member of several bands, including the most recent, Ghost Train. Sal always enjoyed riding motorcycles, walking beside the ocean, and most of all, being with his grandchildren! He was very hands on, fun and so loving. Sal was also a skilled carpenter, who loved to utilize those skills in his spare time.
Sal was survived by his siblings, Angelo Aiello, and Cathy Mary Marotta. His nieces and nephew; Adrienne Aiello, Alexis (Ryan) Evans, Matthew (Kristi) Marrotta: three great nephews, Joseph, Brady, Reid Evans, and several cousins. He was pre-deceased by his brother Joseph Aiello, his brother-in-law Reid Marrotta, and his ex-wife, Kathleen (Hall) Wizner.
Salvatore was catholic and was truly non-judge mental and excepting. He will always be remembered for his honesty, wittiness and sincerity. He was selfless, loving and kind, and could always be counted on.
“Always be honest, always be sincere, and always do the right thing” Salvatore Aiello 4.23.2020
Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, services for Salvatore Aiello will take place at a later date.