Rosario T. Aceto

Died: Sun., Mar. 7, 2010


4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Wed., Mar. 10, 2010
Location: - Not available -

Funeral Service

11:00 AM Thu., Mar. 11, 2010

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Rosario T. Aceto, age 83 of Watertown passed away at home on March 7, 2010 surrounded by his loving family. Beloved husband of 57 years to Mary (Aurelio) Aceto.  Father of Mary DiBuduo and her husband Bernard of Quincy, Paul and his wife Mary of North Andover, Nancy of Watertown, Anthony and his wife Patricia of Wethersfield, CT. Loving Grandpa, brother-in-law, and uncle. Eldest brother of Anthony of Illinois, Robert and John of Ohio and the late Vincent and George Aceto. Retired meat cutter of Star Market.  Funeral home service in the Nardone Funeral Home 373 Main St. Watertown on Thursday at 11:00 am followed by burial in Ridgelawn Cemetery. Visiting hours Wednesday 4 to 8 PM. In lieu of flowers please make donations in Rosario’s name to the ALS Foundation, 320 Norwood Park S., 2nd Floor Norwood, MA 02062

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Kathleen (Hardin) and Peter Familetto
   Posted Tue March 09, 2010
Dear Aceto Family Our heartfelt sympathies to all of you. I have great memories of Mr. Aceto at many of your family gatherings over the years that I will cherish forever. Please let me know if I can be of any help over this difficult time Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love Kathleen and Peter

Dot and Dom Castignetti
   Posted Tue March 09, 2010
Dear Mrs. Aceto, Paul, Nancy, Mary, Anthony, Bernie and the rest of the Aceto Family,

We were saddened to learn of the news of Mr. Aceto and will always remember him as the gentle, loving husband and father he was. We still think fondly of those Christmas Eve dinners of many years ago and of his gentle, caring manner. Please know that although the miles separate us, we will keep him in our thoughts, our hearts and our prayers.

Dot and Dom Castignetti

Norma M Bailey
   Posted Tue March 09, 2010
Dear Aceto Family,
My deepest sympathy and prayers to you all during this difficult time. It has been years, but Westminster Ave/Gertrude St still seem so close to my heart. Mr. Aceto was a strong, silent man with a gentle smile and giving heart. I enjoy fond memories of him under the grapevines, ice skating and rides home from church. As I remember, your father, I remember you all with love and affection thankful for the wonderful childhood memories we shared. Mr. Aceto, will surely be missed by all who knew him.
With Love & Blessings
Norma M Bailey

joe DiBuduo
   Posted Wed March 10, 2010
Mrs. Aceto, Mary, Bernie Paul, Nancy,Anthony,and the rest of the Aceto Family.

I have fond memories of the times I spent with Rosario. He was a good man and I can only imagine how much he'll be missed. Best wishes to the entire family.

Marie Di Buduo
   Posted Wed March 10, 2010
To my dear sister-in-law,
Dear Mary and family,
Please know that my heart is with you and yours.
This is a sad time, I know, but remember Mary,
you will see him again in heaven.
My faith and belief that I will one day see my loved ones who
have gone before me in heaven is what has always kept me going.
My prayer for you Mary & Bernard, and your loved ones is that your faith
will do the same for you.
For one day soon, we will "all" be there together.
I love you.
Your sister-in-law

Melissa Bowman
   Posted Wed March 17, 2010
We were saddened to hear of Rosarios passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all...All of us on 2 North at New England Rehab will miss him dearly.