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James E. Siravo
October 27, 2023
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James E. Siravo, 83, of Tiverton, passed away Friday, October 27, 2023, at home, surrounded by his family.
He was the long-time partner and soulmate of Mabel Fleming.
Born in Providence, RI, he was a son of the late James E. Siravo and Mary (Passarelli) Siravo.
James was a simple and self-made man. He was the owner and operator of A & A Acoustics Inc. in North Providence. He ran his acoustical ceiling business from the 1970’s until his retirement. Jim was an outdoor enthusiast who loved fishing, camping, boating, and snowmobiling with his children and grandchildren. The beach was always his happy place. Being the life of the party, he always had a joke or story to tell to make people laugh. He and Mabel would always be ready for an adventure together, whether it be a trip to his children’s house or a getaway in Maine.
James is survived by his children: MaryAnn Sanders and Stacey Mancino, both of Smithfield, RI, Jamie Perrotti (husband Paul), of Lincoln, RI, and Terrie, Tina, and Jim Siravo, all of Oklahoma; his sister: Tina Holmes, of North Providence; his grandchildren: Ashlee Perrotti, Paul Perrotti, Jr., Michael Mancino, Domenic Mancino, Cara Sanders, and Christopher Sanders; He was excited for his Great Grandchild in December. He was the former spouse of the late Agnes (DiMeo) Siravo and brother of the late Richard Siravo.
He will be deeply missed by all that were lucky enough to know and love him.
Calling hours are respectfully omitted. His funeral service and burial will be private.