Salvatore A. Zito Jr.
Salvatore A. Zito Jr., 45, of Hamlin, N.Y., passed away peacefully at home on Friday October 11, 2019 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Sal Jr. was born June 20, 1974 to Salvatore "Sammy" Zito Sr. and Vera Dolan-Mascaro. He is predeceased by his grandparents, Jack & Crethea Dolan, Anthony "Butch" & Celia Zito.
Sal Jr. graduated in 1992 from West Irondequoit High School and was a proud Irondequoit Indian. Sal Jr., was an avid sports fan, and will be remembered as an outstanding hockey and baseball player. He took great pride in coaching his son Tory in I.A.A for over 10 years. Sal Jr., enjoyed horse racing, including annual family trips to Saratoga. The New England Patriots, New York Yankees and the Pittsburgh Penguins, where Sal's favorite teams. Sal Jr., worked for 25 years as a Commercial Electrician, many of them spent at Per-Con Electric, as well as Landmark Electric.
Sal Jr., is survived by his loving wife Aimee; children, Tory and Ryley Zito; step-children Adriana and Devon Michno; father, Salvatore Zito Sr.; mother Vera (Tony) Dolan-Mascaro; brother, Christopher (Jen) Mascaro; grandmother Rita Mascaro; Mother-in-Law Mary Gabello; Aimee's father Frank (Arleen) Seiler; sister-in-law, Terry (Jimmy) Steele; brother-in-law Jon Seiler; niece Kailey and nephew Robert Steele; Aunts, Nancy Straub, Carol (Brian) Wolfley, Connie (the late William) Ray; Uncle, Bruce (Alice) Dolan; cousins, Art (Suzanne) Straub, their children Ryan and Justin, Carolyn (Russ) Berlin and their son Max, Anthony Ray Sr. and his son Anthony "Butchie" Ray Jr., Jaime (Jason) Pratt and their children Naz and Anna; his god-parents Frank Penna and MaryAnn Scappa-Barton; his extended "Batavia Family"; many loving friends and his beloved dog, Crosby.
A special thank you to all at Irondequoit Lawn and Landscape for keeping Sal busy the past few years.
"Stay Strong and Fight On"
In lieu of flowers, Memorials can be made to the family, who will donate it in Sal's name to the Hamlin Hornets Youth Football where his young son Ryley plays, and are in need of a new scoreboard. The Zito family was cared for by Paul W. Harris Funeral Home, Inc., 570 Kings Highway South, Rochester, NY 14617.