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Edward Stephen DiSalvo

August 21, 1950 ~ January 19, 2022 (age 71)

Obituary

Edward Stephen DiSalvo passed away on January 19, 2022 in Scottsdale AZ, surrounded by his wife and two children.


Edward or “D.I” as he was called by those closest to him, was a loving husband, father, and avid golfer, who was happy to teach and help any golfers on the course who were eager to learn… as long as they could keep up with him. 
He was born in New Jersey, where he met his wife Beth, and started a long career in shipping logistics and sales. His career took him and his family across several cities in the United States. After spending the better part of 14 years in Pittsburgh, PA where his children were born, he moved to Scottsdale in 2002. A hard worker and even better manager of resources, he attempted retirement more than once, but always found himself wanting to do more. There apparently was such a thing as too much golf. He retired for a final time in 2010.

He’ll be remembered by many for his genuine nature, incredibly sharp business acumen and inventive mind. Others will remember him for his knowledge of horse racing. For many more, he will be remembered for his love of golf and ability to teach others how to get the most out of themselves in whatever path they took. He never wasted words, but meant every one of them, adding to the authenticity of everything he said. He will be forever loved and deeply missed.
He is survived by his wife Beth of Scottsdale, Arizona; his children: Mark, and Katherine, both of New York, New York; brother Joseph and wife Sandra of Lombard, Illinois. 

Future memorial service details will be announced.


In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Edward’s name to the Kennedy’s Disease Association.


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