C. David Silletto
March 22, 1931 – November 18, 2020
On November 18, 2020 Charles David Silletto, loving husband of Ann Kathleen (Larson) Silletto, passed away at the age of 89. David was a former executive with Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, benefactorof the City of Fort Wayne, and family man. The cause of death was Covid 19. David was born in 1931 in Des Moines, Iowa to Charles Byatt Silletto and Ada (Nelson) Silletto. David graduated from Lincoln High School in 1948 and received his BA from the State University of Iowa in 1952, majoring in Actuarial Mathematics. After graduating David was a 1st Lieutenant in the Air Force. He was assigned to the National Security Agency outside Washington D.C. where he served for two years. After his military service he joined Lincoln National Life Insurance Company as an actuarial student. In 1986 David retired as Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer and Member of the Board of Directors. He was a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a Chartered Life Underwriter. David then spent two years as the Controller of the City of Fort Wayne under Mayor Paul Helmke. David held many leadership positions in Fort Wayne as a volunteer. He was the President of the Embassy Theater Foundation, President of the Quest Club, Board Memberof the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, and President of WBNI Radio. David was a lover of travel, visiting Europe and England many times, Africa, and the ancient cities of Asia with Ann. David and Ann made trips to Albania and Uzbekistan under a U.S. State Department program, International Executive Service Corp. David and Ann maintained a house on Lake George, north of Fort Wayne, for 35 years. He was an avid sailor, tennis player and loved to entertain family and friends. David became very involved with the lake as President of the Lake George Sewer District. David is survived by his wife of 67 years Ann and their three children David Larson Silletto, John Charles Silletto, and Mary Ann GiaQuinta and grandchildren Benjamin Charles GiaQuinta, Michael Larson GiaQuinta, Rose Ann Silletto, and Eliza Jean Silletto and daughters-in-law Ubiracira (Cira) Brito Silletto and Carolyn Kelly Sheehan.
There will be no memorial service planned at this time.
No Services Planned at this time
C. David Silletto
December 2, 2020
My sincere condolences on the passing of Mr Silletto to all my dear friends in the Silletto family. I speak on behalf of the whole Jarjour family when I say we were deeply saddened to hear of his passing. It is a big loss to the entire community. He was a man of great accomplishments and most certainly lived a very full life. May we all be as fortunate. My 1st real job was at Lincoln Life. Peace to you in this difficult time.
Josué Njock Libii
November 29, 2020
To the Silletto family,
We know you through First Presbyterian Church Fort Wayne.
This note is meant to let you know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this time of sorrow.
May David rest from his labors in the peace of our Lord.
Kathy (Little) Bollinger
November 23, 2020
John, I am very sorry for the passing of your Dad. I remember working on the 6th floor of Harrison St around 1981 and going up to his office on the 8th floor. Prayers to your family.