Entrepreneur Vincenzo Chiriaco found dead in Palermo

An entrepreneur named Vincenzo Chiriaco, who was 85 years old, passed away today in Palermo after a long illness. Since 1957, he had been involved in the family businesses (Società generale farine srl, Eurofarine), which operate in the brokerage of the cereals and its derivatives (flours, semolina) on the main Italian and foreign markets. Chiriaco was also the president of the Palermo Chamber of Commerce from 2000 to 2005 and the president of Unioncamere Sicilia from 2001 to 2004. Among his many prestigious roles was the national vice presidency of Fnaarc, the federation of commercial agents.

In 2004, he was awarded the title of Knight of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic and, after completing his term as president of the Palermo Chamber of Commerce in 2005, he focused on the family businesses, with the support of his son Annibale. In the same year, he was appointed as the honorary consul of the Republic of Chile in Palermo.

“The passing of Vincenzo Chiriaco, respected entrepreneur and former passionate president of the Chamber of Commerce and Unioncamere Sicilia, who died yesterday after a long illness, leaves a great void among the Palermo companies and colleagues who knew him and appreciated his dedication and professionalism in serving businesses and the territory,” said Alessandro Albanese, president of the Palermo Enna Chamber of Commerce, expressing condolences along with Secretary General Guido Barcellona, the board, and all employees.

Morto a Palermo l’imprenditore Vincenzo Chiriaco

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