July 7, 1937 – November 17, 2020
On Tuesday, November 17, 2020, loving wife, mother and grandmother, Lucille Sabato passed away at the age of 83. Her biggest joy in life and the legacy she left behind was her family; husband and love of her life for more than 63 years, James Sabato; daughter and son-in-law, Lynn and Joseph Cosenza; son and daughter-in-law Jon and MaryPat Sabato; daughters-in-law Danielle and Diane Sabato; son-in-law Mitchell Chasmar. She is survived by grandchildren Joseph Cosenza, Jaime Ciliberto, Thomas Ciliberto, Amanda Chasmar, James Sabato, Elizabeth Sabato, Jon Cosenza, Sarah Sabato, Sean Sabato, Katie Sabato and great-grandchildren Aidan Keaveney, Cherilyn Ciliberto, James Joseph Sabato, and Luca Sabato. Beloved sister Barbara DeLorenzo and sisters-in-law Rosa and Judy Wisniewski, numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.
Lucy was predeceased by children James Sabato, Joanne Chasmar, Joseph Sabato and grandchild Stephen Chasmar. She was also predeceased by her parents, Joseph and Lucille Wisniewski, brothers Peter and Joseph Wisniewski, sister Theresa Kelly, brothers-in-law James Kelly and Vincent DeLorenzo.
“Until God calls us each to Heaven’s door, where we will be reunited, forever more.” (unknown).
Lucy would want you to remember to always give more than you receive, to spread joy and prayers; especially during the holidays, and to be together as much as possible. Think of her during the Thanksgiving prayer. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Bridge of Life International (bridgeoflifeinternational.org) founded by DaVita. In the comments, please put ”in honor of Lucille Sabato.”