OBITUARY

Joseph Sacco III

February 2, 1958May 3, 2021

Mr. Joseph Sacco III, 63, of Waco, passed away Monday, May 3, 2021. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Joseph was born on February 2, 1958 in Omaha, Nebraska to Joseph, Jr. and Eleanor (Wilson) Sacco. He moved to Waco in September 2020 from Long Beach, California. Joseph married the love of his life, Helen Lopez on April 14, 1988 in Las Vegas, Nevada. He worked 35 years in the oil industry as a pipe fitter. Joseph enjoyed spending time outdoors fishing and camping. Most of all, spending time with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents, daughter, Josie Saldana, and sister, Tammy Sacco.

Survivors include his wife of 34 years, Helen Sacco of Waco, son, Joseph Sacco, IV of Long Beach, California, daughter, Tina Woods and husband, Alwyn of Waco, son Michael Sacco and wife, Esmeralda of Waco, daughter, Michelle Sacco of Long Beach, California; grandchildren, Gracie, Lily, Michael, Clarity, and Matt, great-grandchildren, Millie and Aleena.

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Hector Trejo

May 6, 2021

Rest in peace great uncle Jody! Watch over all of us we love you💙

Esmie Sacco

May 6, 2021

..No matter how nuts you thought I was, you still managed to love me🥺 I’ll miss you always jerk, and your smile will live in my mind for a lifetime. I love you Jody♥️ Until we meet again..

Bertha Torres Lopez

May 6, 2021

To my brother inlaw jody, life brings us so many happiness and painful heartache but no matter what our love ones will always remain in our hearts,may you rest in paradise, with love and respect your sister inlaw Bertha.🙏

Tina Woods

May 6, 2021

Jody,
It's taken me a few days to put into words how i feel or just even figure out what to say so here it goes.. you have been in my life since i was 5 years old, you've provided for me almost my whole life and i never went without.. we have had plenty of disagreements and may have bumped heads at times but what parents and there kids don't. I remember growing up when I had school projects i needed help with you would try and help me or when i finally started driving and needed help fix something on my car you would help fix it for me. Growing up we traveled to so many places, seen so many things, lived all over but we always had a home together and that was because of you and mom. We had so many great memories as a family together and you were part of it all.You helped in blessing my life with my brother Michael and sister Michelle and making mom happy all these years and im extremely thankful for that. So rest easy and don't worry about things down here we got it we will figure it out we always do. With tears rolling down my face as im typing i guess in my own way i love you. 🙏🙏RIP Mr. Jody

Helen Sacco

May 6, 2021

I love you more than words could ever say. We have been through so much in our lives but at the end of the day it's always been me and you. And that how it will always be. Till I see you again my love. Fly high with the angels. Love you Ma.

Jim Dryer

May 5, 2021

Jody was one of my best friends and all around nice man. I worked with him long time and best of all we had great times fishing, hiking, camping and hanging out. Life is to short and will all miss him very much. Until we meet again Jody.
Rest In Peace

Samantha Serrano

May 5, 2021

My favorite memory of uncle jody is going camping in Mexico at Apple's house...we had a blast. Ill Never forget you Jody
I love you..say hello and hug my mom for me.
Xoxo
Samantha

Brian Samuel

May 4, 2021

Big Jody! The world will never realize the loss it took. You were a light in a dark world. Your sense of humor was one unmatched by no other 😆 believe when I say it was a honor and privilege to have known you. From laughing and drinking beers to spending the holidays together your memory will live on. Every time I tell a joke it will be for you. Until we can drink a cold one again rest in paradise uncle Jody cheers 🍻 Love You

JACQUELINE “JACKIE ” BRAVO

May 4, 2021

“ AN ETERNAL MEMORY UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN MY GOOD FRIEND”

THOSE SPECIAL MEMORIES OF YOU WILL ALWAYS MAKE ME SMILE 😊 UNFORGETTABLE MEMORIES DURING OUR TIME TOGETHER, WORKING AT MOBIL REFINERY, WHEREIN YOU WERE MY ANGEL THERE, AND OUR FRIENDSHIP CONTINUED OUTSIDE OF THE OIL INDUSTRY. YOU ALWAYS MEANT SO MUCH TO ME AND ALWAYS WILL TOO. KNOWING YOU WAS A PRIVILEGE, A BLESSINGS, AND A GIFT FROM GOD. YOU WERE ALWAYS A BEAUTIFUL SPIRIT THAT BROUGHT SO MUCH PEACE, HAPPINESS, AND ONE OF A KIND FRIENDSHIP IN MY LIFE. JOE YOU MAY BE GONE FROM MY SIGHT, BUT YOU ARE NEVER GONE FROM MY HEART, MY GOOD FRIEND. MY HEART JUST BROKE, KNOWING THAT HERE ON EARTH THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER LIKE YOU. MY DEEPEST CONDOLENCES TO YOUR WIFE HELEN, AND LOVE ONES.

LOVE,

JACKIE BRAVO

Raymond Lopez

May 4, 2021

To my brother in law joseph may you rest in peace say hi to my mom and dad for me see you some day please watch over all you have left behind love always ray and denise and the rest of the Lopez family

FROM THE FAMILY