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Lorraine N. Salto

January 31, 1942 - February 22, 2023


Obituary For Lorraine N. Salto

Salto, Lorraine N. (Daigle) of Carlisle, passed away suddenly on February 22nd surrounded by loved ones. Beloved wife of David Salto. Lorraine grew up in Lexington the daughter of the late Norman and Lodivina (Winnie) Daigle. She was a 35 year resident of Brook St., Carlisle. She was a secretary for most of her career retiring as the secretary of the Lexington Health Department. Lorraine is survived by her 3 children David Salto and his wife Cheryl, Elaina Dalomba and her husband John, Eden McDonough and her husband Bobby and 7 grandchildren who she loved dearly. All arrangements are private and under the care of DeVito Funeral Home of ARLINGTON. Please visit to view an online guestbook. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in memory of Lorraine to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at

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  • 03/08/2023

    Mama--I have no words that would describe my grief. I just feel your absence in every aspect of my life, our family life. But I know I'll see you again and as we always say, "I'll kiss your face off!" When we meet again. Laina

  • 03/03/2023

    I am so sorry for the tragic sudden loss of my sweet Aunt Lorraine. I pray for comfort and strength to the entire family. We will miss her greatly. Lorraine was a fantastic and Great Christian Woman. She taught at Grace Chapel Mom to Mom Bible Study and was a wonderful teacher according to a friend.! She loved her family and friends immensely and was so good to them. A truly brilliant woman! Rest in Peace!

  • 03/03/2023

    So very saddened at the sudden loss of my sweet Aunt Lorraine...I pray for comfort and strength for the family at this time. Lorraine was a great Christian Woman who loved her family and friends and was always there for them! She was a great teacher at Grace Chapel Bible study Mom to Mom according to a friend. We will miss her greatly! Rest in Peace!

  • 03/03/2023

    Lorraine was one of the best sisters-in-law anyone could have. I thank God that she was a wonderful wife and caretaker of my brother David and I'm so glad I often told her how much I appreciated how good she was to him. Sometimes important things are never said! My children and I will miss her dearly and my deep condolences go to David, his three children, their spouses and grandchildren. She had the capacity to be very funny as well as loving and compassionate all of these things wrapped in a special package! She impacted many lives and she will be called "blessed" by these people. Heaven has welcomed one of God's special children. Rest safely in the arms of Jesus, dear Lorraine.

  • 03/03/2023

    Please accept Our Most Heartfelt Sympathy to you David and to your Children and Grandchildren. Lorraine was Such a Strong, Spirited, Woman who was also the Most Loyal Wife and Mother. She is now Safe in Gods Loving Arms . May God Continue to Comfort Lorraine's Family. Frank Sr, Frank jr, Paul, Deb and Janet Meesa

  • 03/02/2023

    Our condolences to you and your family. We will be lifting you up in our prayers. Nick and Betty Zaccardi

  • 03/02/2023

    Cherished memories forever love you always your cousin Carolann.

  • 03/01/2023

    Auntie. I will miss you, you were always a joy to be around and always made me laugh. You made family get togethers a blast. Sending love to the family and keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. The world has lost another amazing woman, mother, aunt, grandmother and friend, but heaven has gained a beautiful angle to watch over us.

  • 03/01/2023

    David, I will miss Lorraine, my sister in Christ. What a jewel she was and now a real shining jewel for Jesus.My thoughts, prayers and love are with you. Know that our path leads through sorrow but Gods love and Grace will sustain us. Please call me for anything.

  • 02/28/2023

    My Auntie Lorraine was so special to me, my husband, our family and the many lifelong friends; in particular, within her church family at Grace Chapel. Through the years I watched her volunteer for many events within Women's Ministries. She had many wonderful attributes. She was smart, extremely humorous and fun-loving, empathetic, quietly generous and kind hearted. She and my Uncle were an amazing and loving partnership; completely devoted to each other. Her passing has left a huge sadness but I'll relish the great memories and will always see her smile when I think of her.

  • 02/28/2023

    Lorraine, I will mostly miss your sarcastic wit. Oh how I loved going back and forth with you. From when I was your babysitter at 15, to when we became friends as adults, I always loved you. You will be missed my friend. Susan

  • 02/28/2023

    My aunt was a wonderful, caring, committed, generous, loving and loyal wife, mother and person. She is truly missed. Ron Cavallo

  • 02/27/2023

    David and family, your Lorraine will be forever remembered! From the first introduction I had meeting her via your niece Sandy, to all the fun shared through the years! I felt like I could sit and talk to Lorraine about anything and I did. Plus her seeing the comical side of things was so much fun and refreshing. I do not know the answers to the "whys", but I do know of the Faith Lorraine and you spoke to and God's love that can bring "His peace which passes understanding.." May His comfort be all of yours at the loss of Lorraine. Much love. Donna Taylor Matlock and family


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    5 Trees were planted in memory of Lorraine N. Salto - March 03, 2023

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