August W. "Buddy" Saporito, 85, of Chester and formerly of Carlisle, peacefully
passed away on Wednesday, May 19, 2010, in Claremont Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Carlisle. He was born on Thursday,
June 26, 1924, in Orange, NJ, a son of the late Anthony and Jennie (Bozzelli) Saporito. He was preceded in death by his first
wife, Shirley A. (Green) Saporito, who died June 15, 1978.
Buddy graduated from Orange High School in New Jersey with the Class of
1943, and attended City College in New York City and North Carolina State College. He retired as a Staff Sergeant from the
U.S. Army in 1963, after 20 years active military service. He was a veteran of WWII and the Korean War and earned many
honors and medals for his service to his country. After his military career, Buddy was employed at the Carlisle Barracks for
18 years, where he was in charge of Morale Support Activities. He most recently owned and operated with his current wife,
Song Hui, the Chester News in Chester. Buddy formerly owned and operated the Carlisle News Stand and the former 7 - 11
Convenience Store on Noble Blvd. in Carlisle. He was a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church, Carlisle, The Sons of Italy
and a former member of the Knights of Columbus. He enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, great-grandson
and was an avid Notre Dame fan.
He is survived by his wife of nearly 20 years, Song Hui Saporito, two sons;
John A. Saporito of Royersford and David B. (and his wife, Lyndi) Saporito of Hanover, three daughters; Karen L. Saporito,
Lisa M. Saporito and Gina K. (and her husband, Kerry) Vincent all of Carlisle, four brothers; Anthony of Verona, NJ, Angelo
of Scranton, John of Bayville, NJ and Frederick of Bethlehem, a sister, Catherine Manturi of Manahawkin, NJ, six grandchildren;
Anthony, Jonathan, Andrew and Angelo Saporito and Zachary and Alexis Vincent, a great-grandson, Augustino "Tino" Saporito,
a step-son, John A. Yim and many nieces and nephews.
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, May
25, 2010, in St. Patrick Catholic Church, 85 Marsh Dr., Carlisle, with Rev. Daniel J. Menniti officiating. Burial will be
private. Viewing will be held on Monday from 6 - 8 p.m. in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle,
where a Rosary service will be held at 7:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Vincent DePaul School, 224
3rd St., Hanover, PA 17331.
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Our heart felt - deepest Sympathy - goes out to the
'Buddy' will be missed by many -may our GOOD FRIEND rest in peace !
Karen, to you, and the rest of his Children,
YOU DID IT SO WELL, Buddy was and would continue be so proud of all of you and so am I!
Much Love, and GOD'S BLESSINGS!
and all of the Family
Daddy, I know you are in heaven with mom and she is
probably giving you hell because you took so long to join her. Enjoy this next part of your life and watch over all of us
till we can join you. Thank you for allowing me to be your daughter and guiding me all of these years. I love you dad...more
than you ever knew but probably less than you loved me.
Your daughter, Karen
to the Sapporito family. I knew Buddy for years and some of his children when growing up with my 8 sons. I always
liked Buddy and will miss him immensely. God bless his family.
entire family sends our heartfelt condolences to the Saporito family. Buddy was involved in every youth activities program
at Carlisle Barracks which helped shape the lives of eight Myers boys; we will miss him dearly.
Deep condolences on the passing of Mr. Saporito.
He was one of a kind.
Randy K Hays
To the entire Saparito Family.
Please accept my sincere sympathy. Your dad
was always very near and dear to my heart. Even with the distance between our families growing up and now later in life
all of you have always remained in my thoughts and prayers. I see Dave from time to time and he just makes me smile.
He takes me back to those happy summer memories when you would visit Aunt Skipper. Hold all those memories of your dad close
and find comfort in knowing that he impacted my life, and the lives of many others in a very positive, special way.
GINA AND FAMILY,
MAY YOU FIND PEACE
AND TO LET YOU KNOW I WILL KEEP YOU IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS..
To the Saporito family,
thoughts and prayers go out to you all for the loss of your father. I remember Buddy fondly from the days running around CBKS
and wish you all well during this time.
Gina (and Saporito family):
I am so sorry for your
loss. It appears that your Dad lived quite a full, rewarding life. In the end, that is the most any of us can
hope for. Take care.
Steve Todd, formerly of Mt Holly Spgs
I am so very sorry to hear of your father's passing.
Please know that my prayers are with you. You were a very good daughter to him. If there is anything I can do
- even lend an ear - please call.
I'm so saddened to hear about Buddy's passing. When
we were kids, he took great care of me and all of my brothers. I appreciate all that he had done for us in such a positive,
inspirational way. Lord, please take care of him since he is now on your team in Heaven.
David W. Myers
I am very sorry to hear that Buddy has passed on.
It has been a very long time since I spoke with him, but remember well his strong character and well-mannered demeanor.
know that everyone in the Saporito family is in my heartfelt thoughts and prayers.
Frederick M. Vianey
Dear Dave & Family,
I am so sorry to
hear of the loss off your Father. I know all to well how you feel. Please know that he is at home now with our Lord.
Although I didn't know him, I do remember seeing him at all your wrestling matches cheering you on. Hopefully knowing
that he is with our Lord and Saviour will get you through this sad and sorrowful time. Know that the Rosario Family's thoughts
and prayers are with you and your family. God Bless, Trish Rosario
Dear Saporito Family,
Please know you are in my
thoughts and prayers. I know I (and my brothers and sisters) have fond childhood memories when you would all come to
visit Aunt Skipper....you were the cousins from far away. Though a lot of years have passed, those memories still seem
like yesterday. Your Dad was always a special person and with all his accomplishments you can be very proud. I'm
sure there is quite a reunion in heaven today!
Cecelia (Weaver) Tavares
To the family.
My deepest sympathy in the loss of this great man.
He was the best boss I ever had at Carlisle Barracks and one of the nicest guys I ever met. He made coming to work a
real pleasure. From time to time I thought about what happened to him and the obituary explained he was in Chester these
last 20 years. I know it's hard having recently lost my mom but let God help you through this difficult grieving period
and know he is in a better place.
and prayers are with you.
Frank & Kathy (Losch) Bentley Jr.
Dad, I am glad to see how many lives you touched and how
much you will always mean to your kids! I will continue to live my life under your umbrella and raise your Tino to try to
be half the man you are. I am certain that you and God will work together to get the best seat in the stadium for Notre Dame
games. I will miss talking for hours before each game and reading inspirational notes you have sent to refocus me from time
to time! Tino and Holly love you very much and will ask for your guidance from time to time through prayer. I miss you already
and love you! So many lessons from you effect me and guide me everyday. I don't question if you will be looking down on me,
cause you have been my ANGEL my whole life. Get your rest Dad, you and I are going on a special journey this upcoming season
to fulfill your wish. I will make sure your front and center for this game and won't have to worry about a ride home from
South Bend. Give grandma a kiss for me and give Nadine, Timmy and Shirley the Bulldog a belly rub!
Baby Whale loves
Anthony William Saporito
So sorry for your great loss. My prayers and
condolences to the Saporito family.
Nitza Nieves (National Pretzel)
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