December 25, 1938 ~ January 12, 2022

Salvatore Castellino Age 83 of Kings Park, NY.  Beloved husband of the late Joanne.  Loving father of Lisa (Frank) Rende and Michael (Veronica) Castellino.  Cherished grandfather of Giovanna, Michael, Nicholas and Christopher.  Dear brother of Josephine and brother in law Peter; Brother in law of Dolores and Mark; Brother in law of Anthony; and Brother in law of Jack.  In lieu of flower’s, please donate to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in honor of Salvatore.!/donation/checkout


Visitation: January 14, 2022 4:00 - 8:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home Smithtown
190 E. Main St.

Mass: January 15, 2022 10:30 am

St. Joseph RCC Kings Park
59 Church Street

Interment: January 15, 2022 12:15 pm

St. Charles Cemetery
2015 Wellwood Avenue
Farmingdale, Long Island

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  1. Papa Sal was great man, always positive, optimistic and laughing. His cooking was so delicious and matched his wonderful zest for life. I will miss his singing perhaps the most. May he Rest In Peace and happily reunited with his wife Joanna. Love, Paul and Kana Robinson

  2. Sorry I could not attend Sal’s wake. I worked with your father at AA for many years and he was at my wedding as well! Great friend and now in Heaven with his wife and the Angels

  3. Thanks for all the good times. We will miss you. You have done a great job with your family.

  4. Uncle Sal, we will miss you. I think of the times you used to always be so welcoming to Sharon and I when we came out to Vegas. I will miss stories of reminiscing of old times and always singing me Happy Birthday. You are now with Aunt Joanne… in peace, my Uncle.
    Love, Sharon and John

  5. I will miss you Sal. I will always remember the great times we had together with you and Joanne. You will always be in my heart.

  6. It is with deep regret n heartfelt sadness that I’ve just learnt of the passing of my friend Papa Sal or “The Sauce Man”as he so proudly loved to be called. He was a very close buddy and workmate of my husband at AA, for whom he had the greatest respect. For me Sal was a true friend, the only “buddy” who would continue to keep in touch with me six years after “Mr Williams” died. I shall forever cherish the memories of this kind, loving and friendly man. His voice, his humor, his wit. My sincerest condolences to his children and his family. May he Rest In Peace and rise in glory .

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