Corrado Salvemini

Corrado "Dino" Salvemini

Monday, April 14th, 1941 - Monday, December 23rd, 2019
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Mr. Corrado “Dino” Salvemini, age 78 of Shimkets Drive, Dewy Rose, Ga., entered into eternal rest on Monday, December 23, 2019 at his home.

He was born on April 14, 1941 in Molfetta, Italy to the late Franscesco Salvemini and Ottavia Salvemini. He was a retired electrician and served in the Italian Army. He was a member of Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church where he served in the choir and was a member of Knights of Columbus.

He is survived by: Wife Dorothy “Dotte” Salvemini; Children Rina Salvemini of Buffalo, N.Y., and Michelle (Daniel) Jackson of Lavonia, Ga.; Step-children Larry (Diane) Shimkets, Dee Wood, Marian (Flynn) Smith, Ken (Lori) Shimkets, Peggy Grosse, Evelyn Parker, Linda (Kenny) Buskirk, and Rick (Rebecca) Shimkets; Grandchildren Lyvia Proby, Gabriel Proby, Angelo Gerace, and Dominic Gerace; and Step-grandchild Natalie Jackson, and over thirty step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

The family will hold a Memorial Mass at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Hartwell, GA., on January 4, 2020 at 11:00 AM. Burial will be at the Shimkets Family Cemetery.

Coile and Hall Funeral Directors, 333 E. Johnson Street in Hartwell will be serving the family of Mr. Salvemini.
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EJ Marge Swierk

Posted at 08:54am
Condolences to the family. R.I.P. Dino, it was a pleasure knowing and working with him at Carriage House Co (Red Wing)

Kenneth Enser

Posted at 07:04pm
Condolences to his family. I knew him many years having worked with him at Spaulding Fibre / Composites and at Carriage House.

Stadler Nieces and Nephews

Posted at 08:38am
We will truly miss Uncle Dino's beautiful spirit and warm smile. Loving thoughts and prayers for our precious Aunt Dotte and the entire family.
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Marian Smith

Posted at 12:07pm
Two of our favorite memories with Dino were our trip to Italy and his home town of Molfetto and our trip to Nova Scotia. Visiting his home town was amazing, with a beautiful waterfront and seaport. He showed us where he went to school, what buildings he wired with electricity, the market where he bought fish, and we even found a statue to his uncle in the park. On Prince Edward Island we stayed in a cabin where he and Flynn went clamming. That evening Dino made us a pasta dinner with clam sauce (he was a good cook). We love you Dino and will miss you dearly.

Linda Buskirk

Posted at 11:07am
Dino loved to craft sailing vessels. He was very creative.

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