Salvatore Stephen “Sal” Zullo passed away and was carried home on Sept. 29, 2016.
He had a great reputation as a salesman at for Dayton Motors and Emerson Electric. He was known as the guy who could sell snow to the Eskimos. He made friends wherever he went, could strike up a conversation with anyone, and loved to laugh with friends and loved ones. Zullo was a hard worker who enjoyed spending his free time at the beach and out on the boat whenever possible. Above all, he loved his family and worked hard to provide for them. He was a devoted father, caring friend and adoring husband.
Zullo is survived by his loving wife Beth (Perella) Zullo; sons, Joseph Zullo and his wife, Christine, and Neal Evans; daughters, Carolyn Zullo, Sarah Huffstickler and her husband, Henry, and Samantha Vazquez and her husband, Jorge; his brother, Paul Zullo; a niece, Olivia Zullo; and his grandchildren, Joseph Zullo Jr., Mya, Ava Grace, Ximena and (coming soon) Dominic.
A visitation and memorial service were scheduled for Oct. 2, 2016, at Georgia Funeral Care, Acworth, Georgia. A funeral Mass was to follow on Oct. 3, 2016, at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, Kennesaw, Georgia. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can support the research to find a cure for Amyloidosis at Boston U Amyloidosis Center, online at www.bu.edu/amyloid/donate. Condolences may be sent online at http://georgiafuneralcare.com.