Salvatore Eretto was a Son, Father, Husband, Teacher, and follower of God. He was taken from this earth too early but is continued to be remembered to this day. This website is for others who were unable to know him to learn about him.
Many people were influenced by Salvatore Eretto and his sudden death. This is where you can find many of the writings and reflections people have written. If you would like to contribute a story to our site please contact us.
Funeral … [Read More]
Here are several websites and articles that mention Salvatore Eretto. As I come across different articles I will be linking and posting them here. If you find anything that can be added please let me know via our contact page.
Staten Island Tech … [Read More]
One of my Dad's former students, Ryan Berkowitz, reached out to me several months ago to help provide something for my project. She is a songwriter and wrote a song about my dad. She is hoping to use it in an upcoming musical about teaching and teachers. I can't wait to see how that comes out. I believe it'll be a great musical but then again I am my fathers daughter and LOVE musical theatre.
Here is a youtube video of her singing the song:
Here are the lyrics:
Whenever I … [Read More...]
By: Stephanie Eretto
Blue is the feeling I had inside
the day my father died.
I miss the times he called me little fish.
I miss the times he kissed me and never would miss.
Then one day he wasn't home.
There was a message on the machine
saying my dad was in pain.
Now I live with this blue feeling inside
like the day my father died. … [Read More...]
by Frederick E. Johnson
Sal, Sal where are you? Can't you hear our call?
Your office is open, there is your chair.
Youro ld shoes are in the corner
(the ones that allowed your toes to breathe).
Your book is still open and your coat is on the hook.
Come on Sal we're looking for you.
Sal, Sal stop playing. Come out, come out wherever you are!
The students thirst knowledge - Biology from you.
The kids want to perform: act, sing, and dance.
The seniors have a trip; oh and don't forget … [Read More...]
Welcome to our website. The Eretto family thanks you for visiting. This is a project created by Sal's daughter, Beth Anne, as a way for her to process and heal from her Father's sudden death. Thank you for visiting please visit our Contact page if you are interested in contributing to the website and LIKE our Facebook Page .