Salvador Ovalle, Sr., SKCS
February 25, 1941 – January 7, 2018
OBITUARY IN LOVING MEMORY OF SENIOR CHIEF PETTY OFFICER, SKCS SALVADOR OVALLE SENIOR Born Feb 25, 1941 in New Orleans, LA His Passing: January 07, 2018
Sal spent 23 years in service to his country in the United States Navy E-8 Senior Chief Petty Officer. (SKCS USS Ticonderoga SPD-2). He dedicated another 20 years at National Steel & Shipbuilding Company as a Shipbuilding Buyer and Consultant. His most important work and the job he was always the best at was a Husband, Father, Grandfather, Great Grandfather and had passion for Cooking.
From Dads Wish letter By the time you read this letter “I will have pulled up anchor and went on to be in the Great Harbor”
To Ruby my wife I loved you very much and enjoyed the second half of my life with you. To all my children: Salvador Jr., Danny, Albert, Shirley and their Spouses: (Jeri, Cindy,Tonia & Mike). My grandchildren Andrew, Breanne, Jennifer, Jacob, Emileo, Joshua, Selena, Jared, Mariah, Samantha, Ciarra, Marissa, Little Sal, Kiley, Matt and Kayla. My Great Grandchildren Isaiah, Gabriel and Aaliyah. I Love you all very much and I tried to help and sometimes it was challenging, but I Really do Love you all!
Salvador Michael Ovalle, Sr. Born Feb 25 1941 76 Years Old, New Orleans Louisiana Underlying complications due to Cancer, passed naturally and peacefully.
BA in Business Administration, Accounting Military Service: 23 Years Retired in 1980, E-8 Senior Chief Petty Officer National Steel & Shipbuilding Company 20 Years Retired in 1999, Consulted till 12/15/2000. His sense of duty helped lead him into the military where his understanding of rank, his willingness to abide by rules and regulations and his desire to follow orders was admired by his fellow service men and women. Subic Bay PI, Oakland and San Diego. Served in the Vietnam War Ships served: USS Piedmont, Buchanan, Vancouver and USS Ticonderoga. Through his hard work and dedication, SK-9502 Special Instructor 20 Years. He received several awards recognizing his for his heroism, including a National Defense Service Medal, Fifth Good Conduct Award, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Navy E Ribbon, Armed forces Expeditionary Medal Korea, Vietnam Meritorious Unit Citation with Gallantry Cross.
List of survivors in immediate family: * Roberta Ovalle, Salvador Ovalle Jr., Danny Ovalle, Albert Ovalle and Shirley Ovalle Meli.
Viewing: Monday January 22, 2018 from 5pm – 9pm Glenn Abby Mortuary 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita CA 91902 Chapel of Roses 5pm – 9pm / Vigil 7pm
Funeral Mass: Tuesday January 23, 2018 12:00 pm Father Corey / Deacon Pete Location: Saint Pius X Catholic Church 1120 Cuyamaca Ave, Chula Vista CA 91911
Escorted following to Glenn Abby Burial Site, Military Honors.
Monday, January 22, 2018
Catholic Mass of the Resurrection
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Salvador Ovalle, Sr., SKCS
January 12, 2018
May God's loving kindness comfort you and help you through this very sad time