Biondo, Salvator Joseph


Salvator Joseph Biondo of Carrollton, Texas passed away on Monday, June 14, 2021 at the age of 71.

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10 replies on “Biondo, Salvator Joseph”

Jeffrey Kleinsmith says:

My deepest condolences to Phoebe and all of Sal’s family and friends. Sal was a man among men, larger than life but humble and as genuine as they come. Sal was my first real boss, my mentor and a dear friend. I have the fondest memories of our times together. I am grateful for having known him and truly regret that I’ll never see him again. Sal always called me his “little brother”. I will miss you until I see you again “big brother”.

Rick Miller says:

Phoebe we mourn the loss of your dear Sam, Sal with you and are here if you need us. Much like Jeffrey and so many others, Sam was my first boss in 1974 as you know. He had this effect on people and the unique ability to find talent and cultivate it. He was always there when needed and seemed to intuitively know when to check in. Truly one of the best bosses and more importantly friend for life. We all grieve with you and will forever honor his memory. You if all people knew his greatest attributes and his struggles and were always there for him. He always told me every time we met or spoke how lucky he was to have found you and your undying love was so appreciated by him more than you ever knew!
We were blessed to have called him friend and will forever miss him. I hope the memories bring a smile to your face that’s what he would want.
Much love, Rick.

Roland Benavides says:

Sal was a great guy with a big smile. I enjoyed having many mattings and he always treated all suppliers with compassion, respect, and always called his friends. May God bless his Soul.

Tim Smith says:

Thanks Sal for bringing a smile to our faces

Amy Aldridge says:

Dear Phoebe, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Sam. I know how much he meant to you and I wish I could find words of comfort for you. It’s been a long time since we have talked but you have always been in my heart. Love and comfort you dear Phoebe

Tracy Reiff says:

Sal, thanks for the memories as fellow Rhode Islanders we knew a lot of the same folks. RIP brother

Rick Reynolds says:

Sal was a great guy.We loved his stories of past memories
Love and prayers

Ricci Ankton says:

Wow Sal…so many lunches, so many conversations. His love for jewelry was only surpassed by his love for his wife and missing his daughter. We sat down so many times and designed so many pieces. You just gave me my last custom piece the week before you passed. You looked like you were just tired. Rest easy. You made it from the streets of RI and touched so many lives. Gonna miss you bro.

Lisa McGuire says:

My deepest sympathies for Phoebe and the family. Sal was a true friend from the moment I met him. So grateful for the years we worked together and the years of friendship. Sal was always thinking of others and love to share his knowledge of jewelry. He is reunited with his daughter Lisa and dog Buddy. Such a loss. I miss him dearly. Love to Phoebe at this difficult time.

Randy Michael Britton says:

I am so sorry to hear of Sam’s passing. He has been my buddy since high school. I will miss him . RIP buddy .

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