Susan Sacchetti Obituary, Death – Susan Sacchetti of New Jersey has reportedly passed away. She was the mother of a kid with her late husband, Anthony Sacchetti, and they had been married for a long time. Sadly, Anthony Sacchetti did not live to see the birth of his child because he passed away before the baby was delivered. Although Susan spent the first 65 years of her life living in Hamden, she was born in New Haven on the 22nd of February and has a New Haven birth certificate. The 22nd of February is Susan’s day of birth. Since her parents, John Cuomo Curcio and Concetta Cuomo Curcio, had both passed away before she was even conceived, her paternal grandparents took care of her throughout her childhood.
She was a member of the Young at Hearts Club, the St. Rita Rosary Society, and the altar society at St. Ann’s Church, where she had been a regular attendee for a significant amount of time and where she also served in these organizations. Every single one of these groups has some sort of connection to the church. In addition to that, she was a member of the Young at Hearts Club and took part in the activities that were held there. She worked throughout the duration of the war at a variety of different armory manufactures that were spread out across the country in various cities and towns.
She is survived by her daughter Mrs. Anthony (Palmina “Pina”) Dattilo, her son Carmen Sacchetti (and soul mate Kathy Arnold) Sacchetti of Hamden, her sons Michael Sacchetti of North Haven and Anthony (Maureen) Sacchetti, Jr. of Hamden, and by her cherished grandchildren Debra Lynn (Peter)Palmieri, Anthony (Emily) Dattilo Jr., James, Lisa, and Stephen Sacchetti Her brothers Louis Curcio and Anna Tirozzi, in addition to her sisters Frances Ciampini and Anna Tirozzi, all perished away before she did. In addition to her, her brothers had already passed away before she did.