Ernest W. Letiziano
Ernest W. Letiziano
West Palm Beach - Ernest W. Letiziano was called home on April 20, 2021; survived by his daughters, Alysia WolfsKeil Cestari, Esq. and Susan Letiziano Scott, and his grandchildren, Logan Torrance, Sidonie WolfsKeil, Esq., and Isabella WolfsKeil, Ph.D fellow. Professionally, Ernie was widely known as founder and CEO of Ringside Events, Inc., where he promoted some of the largest grossing professional boxing events worldwide and was a trailblazer for pay-per-view sporting broadcasts. Formerly CEO of E. C. Group, Inc. and Co-owner of Classic Motor Car Co. Inc., he realized many personal and professional goals. In his youth he boxed professionally as a welter weight contender and was an alumni of Penn State. His true passion was Signet International, Holdings, Inc. (symbol SIGN) as founder, chairman and active CEO. His dream, envisioned by few, was bringing cutting edge technology from incubation to fruition. He was a brilliant and beautiful man, dreamer, artist, philosopher, seeker of truth, God, love and freedom. In heaven, he will continue to mix the perfect hue at his easel, feel clay in his hands taking shape, and gaze at the beauty of the ocean from his favorite bench. "Let not the waves of the sea separate us now, and the years you have spent in our midst become a memory." Service to be held at Our Lady Queen of Peace Cemetery in West Palm Beach on Friday, May 14th at 10:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider donations to memorialize Ernie with a bench in Palm Beach made payable to Alysia WolfsKeil Trust Account, 901 North Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33405 or by credit card. Please contact [email protected] for details.
Published by Palm Beach Daily News from May 12 to May 13, 2021.
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Our Lady Queen of Peace Cemetery
West Palm Beach, FL
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Sorry to hear the passing of Ernie. Always with a smile, great gentleman. Remember seeing him often walking to the beach to enjoy fresh air. RIP
sergio pejoves
September 13, 2021
So sorry to hear of Ernie´s passing, he was a true gentleman. We had some great conversations. He will be missed. RIP Ernie
Carmel Coffey
September 13, 2021
So sorry to hear about Ernie´s passing. We shared some great times. RIP Ern
Richard Roscher
July 31, 2021
Sorry to hear of Ernie´s passing. Was a grammar school (A.S.JENKS) buddy in SOUTH PHILLY..
Joe Bove
July 5, 2021
I've known Ernie for almost 40 years, he was a talented and ethical man, creative, diligent and an eternal optimist. It seems impossible that he's gone. We worked together on many of his entrepreneurial projects and hopefully, they'll continue and succeed, as monuments to him and his vision.
Bill Calvo
May 18, 2021
I miss him very much. Jamie and he were the first ones who came to my rescue when I was closing my dear friends office in the same building. We became close friends and at times he would yell at me that I'm just like his sister....he even gave me one of his 4D pics, that I'll treasure always. God rest your soul my friend.
Bella Wolf
May 17, 2021
He was a great brother in law. My family loved him. He will never be forgotten.
Patsy richardson
May 13, 2021
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