Salvatore Palmieri IV

We regretfully announce the unexpected death of Salvatore Palmieri IV of Sanford, FL. He passed away Thursday, March 28, 2024 at the age of 37.

Sal was born in Edison, New Jersey to Salvatore III and Brenda. The family moved to Florida in 1988. He attended Croom’s Academy of Information and Technology. After graduation he began plumbing work with his father.

Sal loved plumbing and was extremely proud of the trade. He was employed by KGR Plumbing in Apopka. Sal was married to Joelis Pacheco and together they had five beautiful children: Salvatore V – 17, Nicolas 13, Dominic 10, Lucca 7, and Annabelle 5. At the time of his death they were divorced, but remained friends.

Sal loved his children unconditionally and wholeheartedly. In addition to his parents and children, he leaves behind two sisters: Katrina and Diana, and his grandmother, Barbara.

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