Dora Sacco

Dora Sacco (Chiodo)

Saturday, June 19th, 1937 - Saturday, November 7th, 2020
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SACCO, Dora (nee Chiodo)

Peacefully on Saturday November 7, 2020 at Lakeridge Health Oshawa at the age of 83. Dora was the beloved wife of the late Nicola Sacco and the late Francesco Toscano. Much loved mother of Nino and Giuseppe. Loved Nona of Nicolas, Julian, Kristian, Lukas and Michaela. Survived by her sisters Lina Chiodo, Mena Chiodo and Emilia Chiodo and their extended families, all of Italy. Dora will be deeply missed and fondly remembered by all her family and dear friends.

Due to Covid19 restrictions, private funeral arrangements with entombment at Resurrection Catholic Cemetery will take place. Memorial donations to the RS McLaughlin Cancer Centre would be greatly appreciated. To share an online condolence please visit
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Ron Chrapek

Posted at 08:01pm
Nino and Joey we are sorry for the loss of your mother. And to your children Nino for the loss of their Grandmother. We send you our deepest condolences and our prayers are with you. With all our love Ron Chrapek ,Eduarda Russo-Chrapek and Elena Russo

Franca Russo

Posted at 03:40pm
Our deepest sympathy to each of you in the loss of your mother, and grandmother. May you find peace in the memories and strength in the days ahead. Steve and Franca Russo & Family.

Cindy Smith

Posted at 09:42am
To the Sacco Family, My heartfelt condolences to you all. I worked with Dora and her son Joe at Ajax Trim Plant Chrysler. She was a lovely lady and hard worker. Always willing to help you out and have a little bit of fun too. I will miss her. Thankfully I got to see and talk with her earlier this year. RIP Dora.

Bernard Lyons

Posted at 08:21pm
Our loving memories of Dora Sacco will always be in our hearts.
From Bernie & Dorothy Lyons

Jay Monterose

Posted at 07:19pm
My deepest condolences to the entire family over Dora's passing. I never met Dora in person. Although I had the pleasure of speaking to her by telephone and developed my relationship with her thru conversation. I found her to be quite interesting as we shared some very common things in life. Family....the Garden, fruit trees and putting together a real pantry like I remember in my household growing up.

You could tell she maintained a real sense of the "Old Country"....Italy. She was the "Real McCoy" as we say here in the States.
A true old school veteran and a straight shooter, she did not mince words. She spoke her mind and was not shy about it from what I could tell. Dora was from a time that has been slowly and sadly fading. The type of moral and ethical obligation we should all have as stuarts on this planet existed during her generation. The way we should treat others with dignity, honor and grace,
and extend a helping hand to those in need, and as recognized as deserving, is a special gift. But in her world it was paramount
and mandatory.

I wish her the most wonderful and graceful Heavenly flight, and have faith that we will eventually meet face to face.

With love from the Monterose family, Jay and Maggie

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