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Ronald L. Sacco

Sep 23, 1944 - Aug 9, 2019

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I'm was so saddened by Ron's passing. He was one of my closest and dearest friends. I loved him and his family. I have been friends with Ron for 46 years and had the honor of being his Best Man when he and Marilyn were married, my wife Mary was Maid of Honor. Ron was one of the best salesman I have ever met, he was very kind and generous and never met a stranger. He was full of life and had a tremendous sense of humor. There are so many stories of wonderful times I had with Ron on fishing...

Going to miss ya uncle Ron thanks for all the talks and BS sessions see you on the other side fly high my freind

Ron was my boss for many years and through those years of working with him and Lew Kirkpatrick, we became lifelong friends. Ron had an awesome sense of humor and could regale us with his many stories and jokes. Even when he displayed a temper..he could still be funny. I shall miss you my friend and your family are in my prayers. RIP

We had a good time dealing the 3 of us. Always glad to see each other.

I am so very sorry for your loss of a great man . He had a heart of gold . always smiling and giving Jourden and i hugs . He has been a part of my life since i was a kid. Where there waa Ron there was Lew . My dad loss his best friend. He was a true Gentlemen. We love you Ron Sacco . Fly with the angels and know you will always be missed and loved . we will watch over Marilyn and Lew. Until we meet again . We love you Sacco . ❤

I'm so sorry.

I had the privilege to be best friends with Ron for 40 plus years. We worked together,we were in business together,we golfed,traveled,vacationed,ate together, so many memories. We had talked almost daily for years. Needless to say I will miss Ron. He truly was my brother from a different mother. Rest in peace brother.


Ronald's Obituary

Mr. Sacco passed away on Friday, August 9, 2019 at Covenant Healthcare – Cooper. Age 74 years. The son of the late Raymond and Beverly (Davis) Sacco was born September 23, 1944 in Detroit, Michigan. Mr. Sacco served in the U.S. Airforce Reserves and enjoyed the outdoors, boating and golfing.

Mr. Sacco is survived by his wife, Marilyn K. Sacco; two sons, Jayson Sacco and Erik (Joanne) Sacco; seven grandchildren, Madyson Sacco, Jacob Sacco, Emma Sacco, Amber Sacco, Brianna Sacco, Katie Shoner and Wyatt Shoner; one brother, Louis (Carol) Sacco; sister, Maureen (Jerry) Brice; niece, Catherine (Al) Sacco-Marr; two nephews, Tim (Kandi) Brice and Brian (Lori) Brice. In addition to his parents he was also preceded in death by his brother, Raymond Sacco.

At the request of Mr. Sacco cremation has taken place and there will be no visiting or services at the Gephart Funeral Home, Inc. Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider memorial contributions to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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