CANFIELD, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – Services will begin Saturday morning, March nine, at 9:30 a.M. At the Higgins-Reardon Funeral Homes, Austintown Chapel, followed using a 10:00 a.M. Mass of Christian Burial on the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Austintown, Mr. Henry J. “Hank” Marsilio, who died early Tuesday morning, March 5, at his house. Hank changed into born on April 22, 1958, in Youngstown, a son of Henry D. And Joan M. (Susko) Marsilio. A 1976 Canfield High School graduate, he became the founder and president of Eagle Mechanical, LLC. Hank became lively inside the South Range Baseball Association, South Range Music Boosters, Antique Car Club of America, and Mahoning Valley Railroad Heritage Association. He initiated the Whistle Toot in Youngstown and turned nationally acknowledged for his paintings on steam engines and industrial steam gadgets.
A type and gentle guy, he continually saved his word as his bond and, owing to this honesty and multitude of certifications in his discipline, had additionally been reduced in size to paintings on vintage engines in various museums at some stage in the country. In 2001, he was an expert witness regarding the steam tractor twist of fate at the Medina County Fair. His steam engines had been displayed in various fairs within the Midwest. Hank became recognized for his zest for life, enjoying water and snow snowboarding and scuba diving around the sector; his favorite site is the South Pacific.
Additionally, he enjoyed visiting, whether or not, a neighborhood three-hitter or a national park. Whenever possible, he favored taking his circle of relatives in one of his vintage cars and speaking to humans approximately them. He loved running and dwelling on his farm and frequently restored and enjoyed antique automobiles, gear, and equipment while being attentive to all the track forms. Hank also took ardor in constructing and racing cross-karts, off-street motors, and bikes, even working with Don Garlits. His incredible pastimes become taking pictures of each memorable moment together with his 35mm digital camera, which he kept, in his fashion, instead of cutting-edge options. Hank leaves his fiancée, Barb Warzynski; his parents, Henry and Joan Marsilio of Boardman; two sons, Anthony V. Marsilio of Dearborn, Michigan, and David D. Marsilio of Daytona Beach, Florida and three brothers, Victor M. Marsilio of Austintown, Ronald M. Marsilio of Lake Wylie, South Carolina and Michael J. Marsilio of Rocky River, Ohio. Friends can also name Friday, March eight, from 3:00 – 8:00 p.M. On the Higgins-Reardon Funeral Homes, Austintown Chapel at 4303 Mahoning Avenue in Austintown.