Wrong James Salamone?

Last Updated 11/19/2001

General Information

Employment History

Member of the Waltham Sons  - Italy Lodge

Owner and Operator  - Heating Co.

Owner and Operator  - Salamone & Gallo Plumbing

Chief Inspector In the Plumbing and Gas Department  - 

Education

Waltham High School

Affiliations

Member  - Holy Name Society

Web References  

Boston Globe Online / Obituaries / James Salamone

James SalamoneBreaking news on Boston.com The Boston Globehigh-graphics version MAIN SECTIONSJames Salamone was a plumber By The Globe, 11/19/2001 James V. Salamone of West Newton, owner and operator of Salamone & Gallo Plumbing and Heating Co., died Friday at Newton-Wellesley Hospital.He was 81. Born in Waltham, he was a graduate of Waltham High School.He was a resident of West Newton for more than 50 years, also living in Watertown for a short time. Mr. Salamone was the owner and operator of Salamone & Gallo Plumbing and Heating Co. for many years.He later worked for the City of Newton, retiring as chief inspector in the Plumbing and Gas Department.He was also a licensed barber and taught plumbing at Newton night school. At Sacred Heart Church in Waltham, he served as Eucharistic minister and lector and was a member of the Holy Name Society. He was a Navy veteran, serving on a minetender in the North Atlantic during World War II. He was active with the Maristhill Nursing Home, the Stigmatine Espousal Center, and the Fernald Center in Waltham.He had been a member of the Waltham Sons of Italy Lodge and the V.F.W. Post 440, Nonantum. Mr. Salamone leaves two daughters, Jeanne Murphy of Weston and Linda Baker of Osterville; two sisters, Carmella Testa and Mary Georgagi, both of Waltham; a brother, Frank, of Waltham; and three grandchildren.

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Boston Globe Online / Obituaries / James Salamone

James SalamoneBoston Globe Online / Obituaries / James SalamoneJames Salamone was a plumber By The Globe, 11/19/2001 ames V. Salamone of West Newton, owner and operator of Salamone & Gallo Plumbing and Heating Co., died Friday at Newton-Wellesley Hospital.He was 81. Mr. Salamone was the owner and operator of Salamone & Gallo Plumbing and Heating Co. for many years.He later worked for the City of Newton, retiring as chief inspector in the Plumbing and Gas Department.He was also a licensed barber and taught plumbing at Newton night school.At Sacred Heart Church in Waltham, he served as Eucharistic minister and lector and was a member of the Holy Name Society.He was a Navy veteran, serving on a minetender in the North Atlantic during World War II.He was active with the Maristhill Nursing Home, the Stigmatine Espousal Center, and the Fernald Center in Waltham.He had been a member of the Waltham Sons of Italy Lodge and the V.F.W. Post 440, Nonantum.Mr. Salamone leaves two daughters, Jeanne Murphy of Weston and Linda Baker of Osterville; two sisters, Carmella Testa and Mary Georgagi, both of Waltham; a brother, Frank, of Waltham; and three grandchildren.

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