Salvatore-SCIANDRA-Obituary

Salvatore J. SCIANDRA

Williamsville, New York

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Salvatore SCIANDRA passed away in Williamsville, New York. Funeral Home Services for Salvatore are being provided by Amigone Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Buffalo News on February 8, 2015.

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Dad.... I am blessed to have had you as an amazing loving father. You've left your hand print on many hearts. I was lucky to have spent the last night with you. You're remembered as a gentleman, with respect for others, the man with a song in his voice, twinkle in husband eyes and an infectious smile. You're at peace, and for that I'm grateful. I miss you so much and love you. Mimi xxoo

Anne, we were so sorry to hear about Sal. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Dear Anne,
Please accept my condolences. I didn't know until last night that your husband had passed. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Jackie (Denz) Burns

Dear Salvatore, you and your wife Anne were gracious host's who opened you hearts and home to all. I will always remember the warmth and comfort you and Mrs Sciandra gave me even in troubled times.
God will bless you and keep you. He will shine his countenance upon you and give you peace this day. Please say Hi to the others that have gone to sleep with the Lord before us. Much Love, Kathy

Dear Tom and Family, we are so saddened by the passing of Sam, we have so many memories as children, Love, your cousin Larry and Marie and Sciandra

My sympathy to you and your family. I have fond memories of singing with Sal in Queen City Chordsmen.

Dear Anne and family,
We are so sorry to hear about Sal's passing! Sal was one of the first people we met when Michael joined the Buffalo chapter as a "green" 9-year-old barbershopper, and he was always so warm and welcoming! We're grateful for the opportunity to have known Sal and pray that you'll sense the Lord's comfort at this time of loss.
Much love,

Our deepest condolences go out to the Sciandra family from the Sullivan clan on W. Delavan Ave. We have become as close as blood over the past years, and we will celebrate, cherish, and reflect on Mr. Sciandra's life until we see him once again. You our in our thoughts and prayers always.

Anna and family.We are so sorry for you loss .You know have an angle in heaven watching over you and your family.