Vaccaro, Angelo J.

Angelo J. Vaccaro, 83, of Reading, passed away Monday, May 15th, at his residence.

Angelo was born in Reading, on November 24, 1933, a son of the late Mary (Ianelli) and Joseph Vaccaro.

He was a member of Holy Guardian Angels Roman Catholic Church, Laureldale.

Mr. Vccaro served in the U.S. Army in the Korean War. He was a chef and baker.

He became part owner and sheet metal worker at CWR Sheet Metal Co. Reading., retiring in 1988 at the age of 55. He previously worked as a sheet metal worker for Local #19 of Philadelphia.
Angelo is survived by
A daughter Donna Steffe and friend Tony Guido.
Six sisters, Clara Ingram, of Reinholds; Angeline Harris, Josephine Condos, Carmella Chipperfield, Antoinette Bauer, and Jennie Redcay, all of Reading.
Three brothers, Samuel Vaccaro, John Vaccaro, of Reading and Joseph Vaccaro, of Virginia;

He was predeceased by his companion June Pauley; sisters: Grace Bellanca, Mary Veneziale, Micaline Etchberger and baby Jennie, Angelo’s twin; and brothers: Michael and Anthony.

Services and Interment will be private at the convenience of the family. The Sanders Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 1501 North 11th Street, Reading, is in charge of the arrangements.

Please sign the online guest register at www.sandersfuneral.com.

Guestbook

  1. We will miss seeing AJ at the skating rink. Always had time to stop and talk with you.Rest in peace. Don and Jane Spayd

  2. RIP

  3. You have a new home in Heaven now. You were my special brother-in-law and I will miss you and never forget you. Rest in peace Angelo.

  4. Saluting one last time a warm, friendly & caring person. I also made the acquaintance of his sisters Jenny & Antoinette, June and Donna, and Angelo’s brother, Tony. I did not know Angelo served in Korea. Please accept my condolences. Barbara Elia

  5. God Bless my friend

  6. Angelo…the man with that twinkle in his eye and special you know what eating grin wearing his trademark railroad cap and never without a goofy joke. Tony reached out and welcomed him home. My condolences to his family and friends.

  7. So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I met Angelo a couple of times. He was a very nice person. R.I.P

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