HAVERHILL, MA — Silvio J. Angelotti, 87 died Thursday January 31, 2013 at the Merrimack Valley Hospice House. He was born in Haverhill November 22, 1925 son of Pasquale and Rosina (Scatamacchia) Angelotti. He was a graduate of Haverhill Trade School. He proudly served under the command of Gen. George Patton during the Battle of the Bulge during his term of service in the 3rd Armored Division, serving from January 1944 until June 1946. "Sil" was best known throughout the community for his outstanding work in design and craftsmanship within the building industry. He loved those "little" projects for family and friends as he used to call it. Along with those accomplishments, he proceeded to design and build Pilgrim Lanes, where he spent the last 40 years. You could see him there under the guidance of his family up until the past few weeks. He was no stranger to charity or charity work. He donated not only his money he donated his talents within the Haverhill community on many occaisions. "Sil" enjoyed all kinds of sports, and could often be seen playing softball, hockey, or other outdoor activities with his sons. He was a member of the Victor Emmanual Lodge Order of the Sons of Italy, the AMVETS, and the Mass. Builders Association. He formerly owned and operated Homes by Silvio. He is survived by his daughter and her husband Diana and Chris Garvey of Charlotte, NC.; son Dale Angelotti and his wife Maria of Haverhill; and son Gary Angelotti of Haverhill. 3 sisters Emma Tringali of Methuen; Mary Coolidge and Gina Bordieri both of Haverhill; Grandchildren Richard Angelotti and his wife Brianna of Methuen; Jennifer Angelotti of Rochester, NH; and Sean Garvey and D.J. Garvey of Charlotte, NC, and Henry and Tyler Kuk of Haverhill. His former wife Vivian Murphy, of FL, and several nieces and nephews. He was the brother of the late Theresa Yannalfo, Lucy Danielson, Cecelia McAleer, and Maurice Angelotti.
ARRANGEMENTS: His funeral will be held MONDAY February 4, 2013 at 10 am from the Paul C. Rogers Family-Scatamacchia Funeral Home 334 Main St. Haverhill. Burial will be in St. James Cemetery. Visiting hours will be held SATURDAY February 2, 2012 from 2-6 PM. Memorial contributions may be made to International Candlepin Youth Bowling Association c/o of 600 Primrose St. Haverhill,MA 01830.