Frank Saverio Sacco
April 25, 1932 – July 11, 2018
Frank Saverio Sacco, 86, entered the Lord's Kingdom on Wednesday, July 11, 2018, with his loving family by his side. He was born on April 25, 1932 in Staletti, Italy and is the son of Saverio and Caterina Aversa Sacco. Frank emigrated from Italy when he was 15 years old in May of 1947. On the twenty third of August in 1956, he married Michelina Grillone. He was a respected barber in Rome, New York for over 35 years. He then moved his family from the east coast to San Diego,California and founded Wings N Things restaurants.
He had a passion for horse racing, being outdoors, spending time with his family, and was a devoted member of Saint Gregory's Club of Rome, New York. He will be so dearly missed.
His life will be forever cherished by his wife of 62 years; Michelina, his 6 children; Sam (Caryl), Frank Jr. (deceased Laura), Joseph (Angela), Catherine (Giuseppe), Michael (fiance Lisa), Gregory (Dawn), his grandchildren; Jennifer (AJ), Jessica (Ryan), Christopher (Cindy), Cierra (fiance Shawn), Alycia, Christina (Anthony), Francesca, Bianca (Andrew), Marisa, Brianna (fiance Nick), Krista, Katelyn & Anthony Sacco, his great grandchildren; Alyssa, Chase, Sienna, Bella, Joey, Avery, Sophia & Joseph, and a special bond with Niece Marie (Thomas) Haddad and Nephew Anthony (Paula) Levadoti and their families, in-laws; Giuseppe (Immacolata), Giovanna (Frank), Salvatore (Marisa), Angelina (Gaetano),Yolanda, Raffaele, and many nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his siblings; Domenica (Raffaele), Giuseppe (Rosetta), Theresa (Pat), in-laws; Gregorio, Vincenzo (Nora), Maria (Franco), Concetta
Funeral services will be held on Monday at 9:00 am at Our Lady of the Rosary Church and interment will be held at Holy Cross Cemetery. Flowers can be sent to Our Lady of the Rosary 1629 Columbia Street San Diego 92101.
- Funeral Mass Monday, July 16, 2018
Frank Saverio Sacco
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July 21, 2018
Carissima Michelina and family,
My condolences on the loss of Frank. I know how much my grandmother, Teresa Ceravolo, of 122 First Street, loved all of you and how important you were in her life. I am visiting Stalettì until August 1 and learned of Frank’s death from my cousin Salvatore Esposito. Coincidentally , in preparing for my visit to Stalettì I had left a message on Michaelina’s phone asking if any of you would be here. I have such fond memories of your family and share the sorrow of your loss.
With much love,