Salvatore J Cutola
September 10, 1924 – July 22, 2018
Salvatore J. Cutola, age 93 of Cedar Grove, passed away on Sunday, July 22nd, 2018 at the St. Joseph’s Hospital in Wayne, NJ.
Born and raised in Hoboken to the late Anthony and Carmela (DeSomma) Cutola, Salvatore was a proud Army veteran of World War II.
Predeceased by his wife, Anne (Gallo) Cutola, brother John, and sisters Margaret, Theresa, and Anne, he is survived by his sons John and girlfriend Lydia Colalillo and Thomas and wife Karen Cutola; daughter Camille Urbanski; brother Anthony Cutola, Jr.; and sister Rose Germinario. He is also survived by his grandchildren Matthew Cutola and Anne-Marie Urbanski, as well as many nieces and nephews.
A visitation for Salvatore will be held on Friday, July 27th, 2018 from 4-8PM at the Mack Memorial Home, 1245 Paterson Plank Road, Secaucus, NJ 07094. The Funeral Mass will be on Saturday, July 28th, 9:30 AM at Immaculate Conception Church in Secaucus.
- Visitation Friday, July 27, 2018
- Funeral Service Saturday, July 28, 2018
- Graveside Service Saturday, July 28, 2018
Salvatore J Cutola
August 18, 2018
Two memories of Mr. Cutola stand out, both involving Mrs. Cutola as well.
The first is walking into the space in the front room of the house on Webster Avenue where they would pray the Rosary facing one another every night and a profound sense of peace coming over me.
The other is of Mr. Cutola carrying Mrs. Cutola up the stairs after taking her to a Novena when she was too weak to walk.
The last time I saw him was watching a Mets game with him and Tommy at the senior living facility in Secaucus. I left when the Mets had fallen behind by a couple runs in extra innings and we were sure the game was over. By the time I got home the Mets had come back and won in dramatic fashion.
I pray he and Mrs. Cutola are winners together now up in Heaven!
July 28, 2018
My dear Uncle Sal, my Confirmation sponsor, God will rest your good soul. How many Lions seasons did you endure? Such a fan. Cigars when you were younger, all the family get togethers for all the right reasons. You are with dear Auntie Anne now. I will cry a bit now, but take comfort in your long life, as we did in my father's. Your nephew and "Comp", David