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“He was a good boss at nysm,I was a apprence in his shop in bklyn ny in1969. He always liked tuna and salad at lunch ”
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“condolences on loss of sal. ever the gentleman ,fun to be with. ”
2 of 4 | Posted by: joan & jack hegarty - ocala, FL

“Our sincere condolences to Tricia.We share sorrow for your loss of Sal, a very special man, deservedly called "Mr. Wonderful", in whose company...Read More »
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“Three things that I always remember about Uncle Sal was his great infectious laugh, his and Tricia's loving relationship and friendship (when I was a...Read More »
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Salvatore A. Rotunno of Jupiter, FL and Dorset, VT, passed away on Sunday, January 15, 2017 at home with his wife by his side. Born April 17, 1924 in Staten Island, NY, the son of the late Yole and Salvatore Rotunno, Sr. Beloved husband of Patricia A. Rotunno (nee Hegarty) of Boston, MA; they married 40 years ago in Manchester, VT. "Mr. Wonderful" to his wife, Tricia and to many close friends and family members.

A graduate of SUNY Maritime College and served in the US Navy (Lt. Commander) during WWII. He was the owner of NY Sheet Metal Company and A.E. Industries in Brooklyn, NY and involved in business enterprises in Vermont, until retirement in 1989.
An avid golfer and skier and for over 27 years a member of Jonathan's Landing Golf Club in Jupiter, plus for over 40 years at Manchester Country Club in VT.

Survived by and fondly remembered by his nephew, Jay Keithley (Debi) and family, nieces, Kyle Keithley, Lisa Rotunno Hazuka (Edward) and family, and Susan Keithley; also survived by 12 Hegarty nieces and nephews and 14 great nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his brother, Richard Rotunno and sister, Muriel Keithley.

A Memorial Mass will be held Friday, January 27th at 11 a.m. at St. Patrick Catholic Church, Palm Beach Gardens with Msgr. Birkle officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Palm Beach County, c/o The Sunflower Team at Trust Bridge, in loving memory of Sal Rotunno. For online condolences please visit www.taylorandmodeen.com