Lorrie Salvagni Kenyon

Lorrie Salvagni Kenyon

Lorrie Salvagni Kenyon died on Friday, Jan. 31, 2020, after a courageous, selfless battle against glioblastoma. She was 49.

She fought a difficult disease with optimism and faith. 

She was born on Sept. 6, 1970, and grew up in Albany. 

Mrs. Kenyon earned her associate’s degree in business administration and was employed by Elmcrest Children’s Center, in the finance department.

She attended Pompey Community Church in Pompey, New York.


Lorrie Salvagni Kenyon is survived by her husband, Matthew Kenyon; her three sons, David, Daniel, and Matthew Nassif, and her daughter, Ester Buff; her mother, Jill Raymond; her brother, Larry Salvagni; her stepfather, David Raymond; her aunt and uncle, Jackie and Ron Franzen; and by her canine companion, Griz.

She is also survived by many other loving aunts, uncles, and relatives. 

Her father, Larry Salvagni Sr., died before her. 

A memorial service will be held at a later date in Syracuse.

Memorial messages may be left at www.altamontenterprise.com/milestones.

Memorial contributions may be made to Elmcrest Children’s Center, 960 Salt Springs Road, Syracuse, New York 13224, or to the Pompey Community Church Benevolent Fund, Post Office Box 34770, Pompey, New York 13138. 



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