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Mark A. Silviera, 42,

Mark A. Silviera, 42, of Johnston RI, passed away Saturday, January, 15, 2022 in Providence. He was the husband of Victoria L. Inamorati. He was born in Providence RI, son of the late Gilbert and Sandra (Pistocco) Silviera and lived in Providence RI and Johnston RI. He was educated in the Providence schools. He was employed at various construction companies in the Framingham area. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus #1528 and was a 2nd degree knight. 

In addition to his wife he is survived by his daughter Olivia Silviera.  He was predeceased by his sister Tammy Silviera.

The funeral Mass will be held Thursday, January 27, 2022 at  11A.M. at the St. Timothy’s Church 1799 Warwick Ave. Warwick RI. Calling hours will be held at the church from 10 to 11 A.M.  The burial will follow in the St. Mary’s Cemetery on Cedar St in Milford.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St.

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Mark's online memorial with a full life biography. Please take the time to learn more about Mark. He was a truly amazing person.
Victoria Inamorati

Mark oh my goodness I love & miss u so much loved all animal's he had a cat Aladdin for 12 years broke Mark's heart when he passed away last June..  can honestly say I never can recall him seeing a homeless  needy person without helping them in any way  if it was only to give a few minutes to just talk or to do a quick run to the nearest fast food  restaurant to grab them a burger. I would say mark please be careful, he would look at me simply saying I'm just doing what Jesus would do (love your neighbor as yourself)mark & me had so many good times Together even just as kids playing hide & seek to to adults just hanging out for the day..I  look forward to the day  I see him again in Heaven & wrap my arms around him .I learned so much from my nephew my best friend  This is his Legacy. I don't ever question anymore puzzled why? Nothing makes sense. I know now God only takes the best..Mark was always there for me I  could call or text anytime & talk for hours on the phone. He made time even on his lunch break to call me just to check up on me .running up to the hospital to make sure uncle ray had couple Pepsi's. I wouldn't even know I'd find out afterwards ray would call and say oh hun I'm all set  mark visited or dropped off some Pepsi's and some money incase I wanna get something from vending machine...mark left such a positive vibe and hope for many people. Mark was very devoted to his grandmother in her last couple of years. He would walk in the rain,snow  95 degrees just to have a visit with her ,bring her chicken, her favorite snacks whatever she wanted didn't matter. Loved his aunt Diana and cousin Sean made sure they had there needs grocery stores, doctors..what I know now is from this always remember to be grateful to God that he woke me up every morning & I was breathing another day, and to make sure I always remember to live the day as it could actually really be my last day.i know many of us think or say this .but now I truly do it now...
Auntie Julie

My Condolences
Scott Michael O'Donnell

My dearest husband and my best friend. I miss you so much. I can't imagine the rest of my life without you.
Victoria Inamorati

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