From household appliances to clothing, he was a historical merchant from Caraglio with a passion for sports and animals.

From household appliances to clothing, he was a historical merchant from Caraglio with a passion for sports and animals.

Caraglio and the world of commerce in the Cuneo area mourn Ezio Serale, the historic co-owner of Rovere abbigliamento, who already owned an electrical appliance store. I was 77 years old, died of cancer tonight (Sunday February 6), at his home in Caragliese in via Roma. After the discovery of the disease in May, his condition has worsened in recent weeks.

Originally from the capital of Valle Grana, Serale had started working with his father Adolfo in the electrical appliance store on via Cesare Battisti, in the lower part of town. In the 1970s, he installed hundreds of televisions and record players in houses in Caraglia and the valley, an activity that allowed him to meet and befriend many people. Man with great manual dexterity at work, In addition to being an excellent electrician, he also had excellent knowledge in the fields of plumbing and construction.. In 1979 he moved to Rovere abbigliamento, where he was in charge of sales, but also represented the “factotum” for any need, always available, friendly, affable with customers.

He was also very generous: in Caraglio there were not a few villagers to whom he gave the vegetables he grew in his garden, or the homemade bread and wine. Sportsman, passionate about cycling, skiing, football, running, in 1994 he had participated and finished the New York Marathon. He also loved animals, RV travel, and the mountains. Valle Maira and Acceglio, in particular, where he married his wife Alba Rovere (a doctor for a long time at Santa Croce di Cuneo) and baptized their eldest son Fulvio, whom he left with his son Paolo, dear Simone and their grandchildren. . The funeral will be held on Tuesday, February 8, at 2:30 p.m., in the parish church of Caraglio, where the rosary will be prayed tomorrow at 8:00 p.m.