Photo courtesy of Steuerle Funeral Home - Villa Park

Vincent T. Zaccardi

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Vince was a great friend, we met him through my sister, Dorothy and Vince became really good friends of ours, and we enjoyed many birthday parties with the whole gang. You and your great sense of humor are truly missed.

Rest with Gifs angels my friend! You were there for me! Peace always and forever!

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

Can miles truly separate you from your friend
If you want to be with someone you love are not you already there.. Our memories are so Beautiful.. So Blessed and Thankful to have known you. love you Vince

Vince, thinking of you and your family at this time. Prayers to the entire Zaccardi family.

Vince, thinking of you and your family during this time. Sending you prayers!

My condolences to the entire Zaccardi family.

I was not fortunate to ever have met Vince, but I work in science sales with his son, also named Vince. The Vince I work with is a super guy and sincerely cares about his co-workers and science customers. He is also a lot of fun to be around! It seems that he learned many of these traits from his Dad. My prayers go out to the entire Zaccardi family, especially suffering this grief at the time of the holidays. May God's grace and peace bring peace to each of you.


Vincent's Obituaries

Vincent T. Zaccardi, age 75 of Belvidere, formerly of Villa Park, IL and Oak Park, IL.  Long Time partner of Dorothy A. Pierce, Father of James (Rachel) Zaccardi, Vince “Chip” (De Anna) Zaccardi, and Elaina (Erik) Rovansek.  Grandfather to Jameson (18), Nathan (16), Mason (16), Evan (13), Bennett (12) Aidan (9) and Reagan Zaccardi (8), along with Allyson “Ally” (8) and Michael (5) Rovansek.  Brother of Marylu (late Richard) Zuhn, Uncle to Tina (Joe) Russo, and cousin to many. Known to many friends as “Zac” or “Vinny”, Vince was a 27 year veteran of the Villa Park Fire Department working as a Paramedic/Firefighter.  In his retirement he enjoyed going "to the woods" and spending time at his log cabin, socializing with his many neighbors and friends, and traveling the country. He was always willing to make a road trip to see a friend or relative and may have put millions of miles on his cars over the years. Memorial visitation on Thursday, January 4, 2018 from 3pm-8pm at Steuerle Funeral Home, 350 S. Ardmore Avenue, Villa Park , IL.   Family and friends to meet Friday, January 5, 2018 at St. Pius X Church, Lombard, IL for 10:00 a.m. Mass.  Inurnment at Queen of Heaven. For info 630-832-4161

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