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Graveside Service

Riverview Cemetery
Wednesday January 26th, 2022
2:00pm

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Saverio Antinino DiGangi

Saverio Antinino DiGangi, 72, passed away January 13, 2022 at the Rocky Mountain Care Center in Tooele, Utah.

He was born on October 14, 1949 in Gangi, Sicily, the son of Saverio DiGangi and Helen Schnur.

Saverio was a Marine veteran who served in the Vietnam War.

Graveside services with military honors will take place at 2:00 pm, Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at the Riverview Cemetery in Green River, Wyoming. He will be inurned next to his beloved wife Sam DiGangi.

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Such a sweet and funny guy. Had a heart of gold. Was our neighbor in Rock Springs and he adopted our kids as his nieces and nephew. He just loved our kids. He'd stop by almost everyday to see how we were doing and if we needed anything. Rest In Peace Sam and Thank you for your service 🇺🇸
Love Stu, Tami and family

Tami Craig Jan 20 2022 10:15 PM

When I met Sam and his buddies I was working for a Dr here in town. WOW is all I could say. I feel in love with them all. He was so funny and the stories he had to tell. I looked out my window of my office and seen Sam crawling on his belly across the parking lot because he was in so much pain from an old war injury he had. We got everything done, and he said I am hungry I do not have any money. I happen to have 40.00 in my pocket. I told him to take it, of course we argued, and "Yes, I won", he took that money and told him he did not have to repay me. Again, we argued. I actually forgot about the whole ordeal but he had not. He brought back my 40.00 and the biggest wet kiss a girl could ask for! He was always in the back of my mind after that as I moved on and he moved on. I would see him here and there in the community. We would pick up where we left off the last time. I am so thankful our paths crossed when they did. May God provide love and strength to Friends and Family during this time.

Emmy Nielsen Jan 20 2022 5:38 PM