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 Salvatoriello, Patricia A.
Born: 03/23/1952
Died: 06/29/2017
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Salvatoriello, Patricia A.

Patricia A. Salvatoriello age 65, of Lafayette, NJ died suddenly  June 29, 2017 at Newton Medical Center surrounded by her loving family.  Born in Paterson, NJ, Patricia spent her childhood years in Pompton Lakes, NJ. then resided in the Long Valley area between 1994 – 2006, later moving to her home in Lafayette where she spent the last 10 years.   

            Daughter of the late John J. & Elizabeth R. (Dempsey) Rainey she was a retired Accountant/Bookkeeper for the family business, Cambridge Sheet Metal of Whippany, NJ.  Patricia was an active member of the Rosary Bead Society at St. Jude the Apostle Church – Hamburg, NJ. Her passion was raising and training therapy dogs with which she visited many local schools, and enjoyed her retirement years with her family.

             Survivors include her daughters Amy E. Codella & husband Anthony Jr., Lisa M. Pinto & husband J.P.  Also surviving are  brothers Charlie T. Rainey & wife Valda, Jack (John) Rainey & wife Eileen,  pre-deceased by brother Thomas P. Rainey.  Surviving sisters include Eileen Atterbury & husband John, Peggy R. Zvalaren & husband Michael, Kathleen R. Staub & husband Norman, Betty Ann Ettinger & husband Robert. Patricia leaves one cherished grandchild – A.J. Codella and many nieces and nephews.

Memorial visitation will be held Sunday July  9, 2017 from 2:00 to 6:00 pm at the Iliff-Ruggiero Funeral Home #156 Main St. (Rt. 206) Newton, NJ.  Mass will be celebrated Monday July 10, 2017 at 10:30 am at St. Jude the Apostle Church – Hamburg, NJ with interment to follow at Christ the King Cemetery – Franklin Lakes, NJ  In lieu of flowers family requests donations to O.S.C.A.R animal rescue: 155 Stanhope-Sparta Rd. Andover, NJ 07821   Online condolences to www.iliff-ruggierofuneralhome.com            


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Our deepest condolences to Pat's loving family. I have known her for years, from our dog "skool" and shelties, saw her weekly for several years and her loss has left us incredulous at how swiftly our lives can change. She will always be fondly remembered as a sweet, generous, funny, helpful lady who loved dogs, loved her family and her life. We'll never forget you, RIP until we meet again. With much sympathy to Pat's family and friends. Love, BiBi, Rich, Sonny, Nora and Sassie
BiBi Hand
My deepest condolences to Pat's family and friends... I attended classes with Pat at Golden Rule School for Dogs two days a week so I got to know her humor pretty well. We both hated getting up early in the morning and I laughed at her t-shirts that expressed this. She was so thoughtful too as she often brought marrow bones for my dogs and when she celebrated this past birthday she brought "goodies" to class. She knew I couldn't eat wheat based foods so she specially made me chocolate covered strawberries telling me, "Take them all. I made them for you." She also truly loved her dogs and had a great bond with them and this was so apparent in class. I will greatly miss this dear, thoughtful, caring person who made life so much brighter. Again my sincere condolences..Patty Bryce
Patricia Bryce
Although I didn't have the chance to know Pat very long, I was fortunate to have known her through her love of dogs and dog sports. Always supportive and kind, she was generous with her smiles and helpful advice. She will be greatly missed by all of us. My sympathy and prayers to her family and friends. Godspeed Pat, we'll see you at the Bridge <3
Alex Gebhardt-Niles
I've known Pat for 10+ years while training my two shelties. She was always gracious and funny and loved her dogs immensely. My fondest memories of her were when I took photos of her and her dogs either for title photos or Christmas photos. She was always sensitive about her part showing and I made sure it was covered up. I will miss her and her dogs in class but am grateful that they have been placed with people they know. Thank you Pat for your friendship, and thank you family for doing all you can for her dogs. May God bless you all and help heal your pain.
Nancie Bozza
Pat was one of our close group of rosary makers. She kept us laughing with the pictures of her dogs dressed for each holiday. She loved her girls and her grandson dearly. We will miss her wonderful stories of her sisters lunches. We will miss her so much. Deepest sympathy to her family.
Mary Ellen Massey
I remember fondly Pat playing Mahjongg with us. She moved next door to me in Long Valley in 1994 and I invited her to join the group. We had many evenings laughing and chatting away. She will be missed.
Lynn Cicero
Pat is a forever friend. We met about 35 years ago when she was 3 months more pregnant w/ Amy & I with Adam. She shared many Happy days & Holidays. Lisa was born after Bobbi Lynn & we had one big happy family! I will miss her tuna w/ miracle whip ( I'm craving now) her spinach stuff & oatmeal cookies to name a few. My deepest sympathy to all who Loved Pat. Rest in peace buddie. Love Kathy
Kathy Harrison
I would like to give me condolences. I hope you fine comfort in the days to come. At Isaiah 66:13 God says: "As a mother comforts her son, so I will comfort you..." Jehovah God also promises all those dead will be reunite with their loved ones
Lisa was my best friend growing up in Long Valley and "Mrs S" was my mom next door for many years. She put up with feeding a third kid! always opening her home to me when I didn't wanna go home. I miss her. I wish I could tell her how grateful I am for everything and how much she saved me by the way she generously, warmly, and lovingly took care of me.
Lindsay Ong Wu
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