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Linda M. (Piunno) Salvador
January 7, 1957 ~ January 10, 2024 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Linda Marie Salvador, beloved wife of Donald; dearest mother of Carla Fioretta (Francesco), Anthony, AnnaMarie Adornetto (Ryan) and Lisa Bottiggi (Dominick); devoted grandmother of Luca, Lorenzo and Ludovico Fioretta and Isabella Bottiggi; loving daughter of Edward and Josephine Piunno (both deceased); dearest daughter-in-law of Ronald (deceased) and AnnaMarie Salvador; cherished sister of six.
On January 10, 2024, surrounded by the loves of her life, her husband and four children, Linda’s ten-year battle with cancer ended.
Linda and Don met on August 15, 1971, when they were just fourteen and fifteen years old respectively. Since then, they have shared a love that most only ever dream of. Their fondest memories include raising their children and traveling the world with their great friends Larry and Darlene Kaczmarek.
Linda was the most supportive and selfless wife, mother, and grandmother. She dedicated her life to ensure her family felt nothing but true love and happiness, despite its many personal sacrifices. Linda’s younger siblings, coworkers, and her children’s friends often called her “Mom” because her doors were always open, and she showed everyone genuine compassion. Linda was an exceptional cook and loved making recipes she inherited from her grandmother Frances Turcoliveri and her mother-in-law AnnaMarie Salvador.
Linda’s greatest accomplishment was being a stay-at-home mom where she excelled at raising her children. In 2000, Linda returned to work as a hair color specialist, where her kind and gentle nature touched the lives of many.
Linda lived her life to the fullest. A true inspiration to anyone who was lucky enough to meet her. She will be deeply missed, never forgotten, and her legacy lives on through her children. Memorial donations may be made, in her name, to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital 501 St. Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105 or Hospice of the Western Reserve P.O. Box 72101 Cleveland, OH 44192.