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Salvatore John Monaco

Salvatore John Monaco, Italian financial services executive. Reg. representative New York Stock Exchange. Member International Association Finance Planners, International Real Estate Institute, Men's Center Raleigh & Wake County, Japan Society.

Background

  • Monaco, Salvatore John was born on February 24, 1931 in Rosolini, Siracusa, Italy. Came to the United States, 1936. Son of Vincent and Frances (Aprile) Monaco.

  • Education

    • Certified, New York Institute of Finance, 1965.

    Career

    • Commodity executive H. Hentz & Company, New York City, 1949-1965. Finance consultant Merrill Lynch & Company, 1966-1988, assistant vice president Raleigh, North Carolina, from 1988.

    Major achievements

    • Reg. representative New York Stock Exchange.

    Politics

    The diversity of religious expressions is guaranteed by the separation of church and state. However, church and state should interact in different social and political fields for the benefit of the whole society.

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    A mature Christian can reach a state where the love of God reigns supreme in the heart. No one can be perfect in an absolute way, as God is. But it is possible to be perfect in love to God.

    Denomination: Baptist

    Views

    Just as a human body contains different limbs and organs that depend on each other, so members of a Christian society should be close and caring enough to feel each other's pain and delight.

    Membership

    Member International Association Finance Planners, International Real Estate Institute, Men's Center Raleigh & Wake County, Japan Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Chess, tennis.

    Connections

    • Married Karen Hildebrecht, March 24, 1979. 1 child, Matthew.
    • father: Vincent Monaco
    • mother: Frances (Aprile) Monaco
    • spouse: Karen Hildebrecht
    • child: Matthew Monaco
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    Born February 24, 1931
    Died September 15, 2006
    (aged 75)
    Nationality
    • 1965
      New York Institute Finance
    • 1949 - 1965
      Commodity executive, H. Hentz & Company