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January 1, 1927 ~ January 14, 2024 (age 97) 97 Years Old
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Encircled by those he loved, Jan. 14, 2024, Frank Sacramone, 97 of Hamden went to his final rest; beloved husband of Phyllis Caliendo Sacramone; loving father of AnnMarie (Tim Lutz) Sacramone, Frank Jr. (Lisa) and Larry (Leonora) Sacramone; brother of John and Thomas (Claire) Sacramone, the late Angela Falcone and Mario Sacramone; grandfather of Gabriella (Andreas) Lindahl and Mario (Betty) Lutz, Frank C. and Tessa Paige Sacramone; also survived by 3 great-grandchildren William Timothy Lindahl, Robert Finnley and Elizabeth Cora Lutz.Frank’s family also consisted of many dearly devoted nieces, nephews and their children. Born Jan. 1, 1927, son of the late Mario and Frances Christina Sacramone. He was an active-duty Korean War Army veteran serving in the 388th Engineering Pipeline Co. Frank was a master tool and die maker for many years. Over the course of his working life, Frank became known for extraordinary skill and creativity. Because of this he was sought out to design the prototypes of precision complex dies for use in manufacturing original components for various industries. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Frank adored his wife Phyllis and raising a family with her in the house they built in Hamden. Frank deeply loved his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Passing on his traits of self-reliance and compassion, he helped build houses for his children, took his grandchildren where they had to go and took care of all of them whenever needed. When anything the family owned broke, Frank worked on fixing it. He was an avid outdoorsman who passed on his appreciation for nature to his sons.when he took them on hunting trips in the woods of Maine, and fishing. trips on the ocean. Frank was a natural at cooking and his homemade thin crust pizza is still unmatched. Frank’s presence will always be felt by all of us who shared his life.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Paul VI Parish at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Hamden on Thursday at 10 a.m. Interment will follow in All Saints Cemetery. There are no calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to Father John Gatzak, Office of Radio and Television.www.ortv.org/donate