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My Dear Sal - we have but a short time on this earth. You hugs, that never ended and my occasional texts " I love you Aunt Reets' will be so so missed. Your infectious smile and laughter will be missed always. I love you far more than you could have ever realized.

All My Love,
Aunt Reetz


Posted by: Rita Czapla - Carpentersville, IL - Family   Jan 13, 2018

Dearest Anita,
I'm so sorry and so heartbroken for your loss of
Your son, Sal. I always remember what a cute boy he was. If you need anything please don't hesitate. My prayers are with you and your whole family at this hard time. Kathy Connolly (Andrews)


Posted by: Kathy Connolly - Attica, IN - Friend   Jan 12, 2018

Dear Sal,
Gentle giant, light of my life. I will truly miss you every day of my life but when I look into Baby Gianna's eyes I will see always. Much love Grandmother Marietta


Posted by: Marietta Hays - Frankfort, IL   Jan 12, 2018

So sorry to hear of the loss of Sal. He will be dearly missed by everyone. RIP Sal.


Posted by: Barb & Joe Monaco - Homer Glen, IL   Jan 12, 2018

Dear Anita, Salvatore and Gianna we are so sorry to hear of your loss and offer our deepest condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time. Matthew 5:4


Posted by: David and Althea    Jan 12, 2018

To my son Salvatore - where do I begin? How do I tell the story of a little boy who was loved by all? It is the eve of your wake at the age of 35 and I cannot bare the thought of having lost you. How do I exist in a world without my son? I will relive the pain, sadness, heartbreak and disbelief of that one phone call that has changed the rest of my life. You will

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Posted by: Anita Eichmann - Frankfort, IL - Mother   Jan 12, 2018

So very, very, sorry to hear about this. Although I've never personally met Salvatore, it is a loss close to my heart as he is the son of my first cousin Anita and grandson of my uncle Bill Hays. My mother was Bill's sister, Beverly.

Sending prayers and condolences for the entire D'Amico family during such a difficult time.

Tammy (Arment) Light
daughter of Beverly (Hays) Arment
email lightfamily2002@yahoo.com


Posted by: Tammy Light - Salem, IL - Family   Jan 11, 2018

Sal I can not even begin to describe how my heart aches at this moment. All of the time that has been stolen from our daughter to be with her wonderful dada is just more than I can bare. Gianna and I will always love you and hold you in our hearts. I promise she will never forget you. I know you will be watching over and be with us everyday. Please give the family the strength to get through this. I will miss you every minute of every day for the rest of my life.


Posted by: Heather Smith - Frankfort, IL - Significant Other   Jan 11, 2018

Sal,
Your memory will never fade from my heart.
Being raised with you around I had three brothers in my home who I could always turn to and depend on.
There was never a question in how much our family loves you.
Your sense of humor was as comforting as your giant hugs.
I really do wish we had remained tight knit through the past few years, but there are so many cherished times I am happy to have had.

Sending love, prayers and good vibes to everyone's life you touched.

Gone too soon Salvatore, I love you to pieces ♥
"Take it Slow"


Posted by: Juliana Oglesby - Bolingbrook, IL - Family   Jan 11, 2018

My dear Sal, who is the son I never had will be missed more than anyone can imagine. You are the light of my life. There is no comparison of your gentle nature and love for life. I will cherish the time we had together and only wish it would not end. You will always be in my thoughts. You are truly loved and all of the good times will never be forgotten. Our love to you - Aunt Anna and Uncle Rich.


Posted by: Anna & Richard Loesch - Frankfort, IL - Family   Jan 11, 2018