In Rememberance of Salvatore J. "Sam" Naro, Sr.

Salvatore J.

Salvatore J. "Sam" Naro, Sr.

Dunmore, PA September 18, 1933 ~ October 30, 2011 Date of Service: November 2, 2011


Salvatore J. “Sam” Naro, Sr.

October 30, 2011

Salvatore J. “Sam” Naro, Sr., 78, Dunmore, died early Sunday morning in the Regional Hospital of Scranton. He and his wife the former Rose A. DeSando,  had celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary on July 2nd.

Born in Dunmore, he was the son of the late Louis J. and Josephine Serrenti Naro. He attended Dunmore Public Schools and had served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He was a member of SS. Anthony and Rocco Parish in Dunmore and its Holy Name Society. Prior to his retirement he had been employed by the U.S.D.A. as a Meat Inspector.

 Sam was very active in many different organizations such as the current treasurer of the San Cataldo Society in Dunmore, founder of St. Rocco’s Boy Scout Troop #344, the current secretary of Peter Williamson Free and Accepted Masons in Scranton, a member of the Keystone Consitory of Valley of Scranton, 32nd Degree of the MSA, a member of the Dunmore Planning Commission, a member of the Victor Alfieri Club in Scranton, and former treasurer of the American Legion Victory Post #13 in Dunmore.

Sam was a wonderful and loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend who will be greatly missed more than words can express.

Also surviving are three daughters, Roseann Zubrickas and her husband Leonard, Dunmore, Sally Ann Gaughan and her husband Joseph, Dunmore, Angela Saar and her husband Kenneth, Olyphant, two sons Louis J. Naro and his wife Debra, Dunmore, and Salvatore J. Naro Jr. and his wife Theresa, Dunmore, two sisters, Jane Sibio, Dunmore, and Marie Gavin and her husband Edward, all of Dunmore, two brothers, Sabie Naro and his wife Lillian, Binghamton, and Louis Naro, Rockport, TX, eleven grandchildren, Gerard and Christina Zubrickas, Dunmore, Samantha Palumbo and her husband Will, Scranton, Laura and Rebecca Naro, Dunmore, Shelbie Goodnow and her husband Courtland, Malvern, PA, Kevin Gaughan, Malvern, PA, Jeffery and Stephanie Naro, Dunmore, and Felicia and Krysta Saar, Olyphant, a great grandson, Louis J. Naro, Scranton, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins  

The funeral will be Wednesday from the Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis Funeral Home, Inc. 318 East Drinker Street in Dunmore with mass at 9:30am in St. Rocco’s Church, Kurtz Street in Dunmore. Interment will follow in the Cathedral Cemetery in Scranton.

Friends may call Tuesday from 3-8pm. A Masonic funeral service will be held at 7pm.

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Posts: 7
Rose Naro & family
Reply #5 on : Mon November 14, 2011, 16:19:03
my sincere condolences go out to you and your family... Sam was a good and very kind & friendly man.
Bless u and your family always.
Michele and John Murazzi
Posts: 7
Reply #4 on : Thu November 03, 2011, 10:30:23
Sam was an inspector at our shop Murazzi Provision. He had a great sense of humor and will be missed.
Please accept our sympathy and prayers .
John and Michele Murazzi
Sam & Miriam Genett
Posts: 7
Re: In Rememberance of Salvatore J. "Sam" Naro, Sr.
Reply #3 on : Wed November 02, 2011, 12:26:26
Sal,Thersa and Family,
Miriam and I are so sorry to hear about your lost.Know that all of you are in our pray's and thoughts.
With Deep Sincere
Sam & Miriam
Ken, Marcie, Kenny and Emma Gaughan
Posts: 7
Most Sincere Condolence to the entire Naro Family
Reply #2 on : Tue November 01, 2011, 12:15:30
Words cannot express our sadness. We will miss him forever... Thanksgiving football games, Christmas parties, San Cataldo Club dinners and breakfasts, St. Roccos picnics and camping at How Kola. It was a privilige to know him! Every time we raise a class of red wine, we will drink to him! God Bless!
Anthony Cali and family
Posts: 7
Re: In Rememberance of Salvatore J. "Sam" Naro, Sr.
Reply #1 on : Mon October 31, 2011, 22:37:23
We are very sorry ...Very Sad ...Wonderful Guy !! A true Dunmore ICON who will be greatly missed...Always took the time to say hello and always made you feel warm in his company ...