Antonio C. DiSalvo

August 7, 2023
Antonio C. DiSalvo

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Williamsburg, VA resident Antonio DiSalvo passed away Monday, August 7, 2023 at age 67. He worked at Canon for 31+ years before retiring as Vice President, METC Group in 2020. Antonio is survived by his wife Deborah, son Marc (and Abigail) DiSalvo, daughter Danielle DiSalvo, and three grandchildren; Samuel, Jason, and Jayda. A celebration of lifewill be held at a later date.

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  • August 14, 2023
    Paul General says:
    My deepest sympathy to the entire DiSalvo family. Tony and I worked at Canon Virginia Inc. for almost twenty years. As the Empoyee Relations Manager in Human Resources our paths frequently crossed as it related to employee/management issues involving the members under his supervison. Tony was firm but always fair when it came to the members in his divison. On many occassions when the Cartridge Divison were required to work overtime and on weekends, Tony along with the support of Employee Relations would provide lunch and other special incentatives to his members just to let them know they were appreciated and valued. Tony was one of the connerstones of the company that ensured its contiued success. Tony and I shared a love of the New York Giants and on Monday mornings during football season would often share our approval or frustration on their perfomance. He was a unique individual and will be truly missed. Rest in peace my friend.

  • August 10, 2023
    Sherri Winnegan says:
    Prayers to the family of Tony Disalvo he was my manager at CVI. He will be missed. He would always let me know that he was enjoying retirement when he visited Costco's.

  • August 10, 2023
    Sam Jefferson says:
    Tony was a friend i remember our last conversation at another's friends service. We always talked basketball just about everytime we met. Great person gonna miss him even tho we haven't seen each other much lately. R.I.P. my friend.