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“A life taken way too early I also grew up with Norman but was a few years younger. What a nice person with so many wonderful qualities. I am so...Read More »
1 of 39 | Posted by: LINDA VENSKUS-MATTSON - norwood, MA

“I extend my thoughts and prayers to the famiily. Norm was a one of a kind. His humor and disposition made times at Millstone memorable. He has made...Read More »
2 of 39 | Posted by: George McGovern - Unionville, CT

“Norman!!! Norman!!! Norman!!! So very sorry to hear of your passing over to the other side. Although we grew up together in the "house next door"...Read More »
3 of 39 | Posted by: Jerry Kinsman - Vernon, CT

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the family members of Norm Sacco. Many of the Zachry Nuclear Engineering folks have worked with and learned from...Read More »
4 of 39 | Posted by: Zachry Nuclear Engineering - CT

“Sincere condolences to Julie, Lauren and family. Norm was larger than life! He was truly loved by everyone at Millstone! He made such a difference...Read More »
5 of 39 | Posted by: Lisa Picarazzi - Niantic, CT

“Words cannot express the sadness that I feel at Norm's passing. It's a sense of loss that I felt when my own father died. It is from that...Read More »
6 of 39 | Posted by: Paul Amendola - Niantic, CT

“I send my deepest condolences to the Sacco Family. Millstone will never truly be the same again after such a huge loss. Norm was a well respected...Read More »
7 of 39 | Posted by: Erik Loeser - Norwich, CT

“Norm was always a bright, blustery bundle who made work something to look forward to. Thank you for sharing him with us. ”
8 of 39 | Posted by: Donald - Waterford, CT

“My deepest condolences go out to Norm's family and friends. He is a tremendous loss to all of us. I knew Norm best in the workplace and considered...Read More »
9 of 39 | Posted by: Kevin Cortis - Westfield, MA

“Norm was the voice of reason many times at work. He could be counted on to find humor when it was needed and oft times just to cheer the rest of us...Read More »
10 of 39 | Posted by: Bill Weseman - Quaker Hill, CT

“My thoughts and prayers are with Julie and the family. Norm was loved and respected here. I always appreciated his patience in explaining the civil...Read More »
11 of 39 | Posted by: Jeff Semancik - Groton, CT

“To Norm's family and friends. I am truly saddened by Norm's passing. I can think of no other way to describe him other than if you want to see what...Read More »
12 of 39 | Posted by: Dirk Eykelhoff - Port St. Lucie, FL

“Norm was a person who cared about people and watched out for them. He had an amazing sense of humor that he would use to defuse difficult situations...Read More »
13 of 39 | Posted by: Bill Faye - Moodus, CT

“To the Sacco Family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept my deepest sympathy and prayers. ”
14 of 39 | Posted by: Dan Michaels - Westport, MA

“Dear Sacco Family I never had the opportunity to work with Norman. But I've heard great things about him. He was a well respected Engineer. My...Read More »
15 of 39 | Posted by: Vishwa M. Bhargava - Glen Allen, VA

“To the Sacco family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Norm will be missed. I have worked with Norm since he came to NU in 1993. He was an...Read More »
16 of 39 | Posted by: Clark Maxson - Old Saybrook, CT

“I always knew when Norm was around, by his distinctive and booming voice. He will be missed. I extend my condolences to Norm's family and friends, my...Read More »
17 of 39 | Posted by: Joe Mangeno - Waterford, CT

“Dear Sacco Family - Words cannot accurately describe how sorry I am for your loss. Norm was a wonderful man and he will be sorely missed. ...Read More »
18 of 39 | Posted by: Dawn Coughlin - Lisbon, CT

“To the Sacco family please accept my deerest condolences. I feel extremely lucky to have worked and laughed with Norm over the years here at...Read More »
19 of 39 | Posted by: Scott C. Minzy - Griswold, CT

“Norm provided a unique, comical and uplifting perspective on everything. And technically, he always provided straight forward, simple answers to...Read More »
20 of 39 | Posted by: Bob Grebasch - Old Saybrook, CT

“I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to Norm's family and friends. I never met Norm, but he worked with my husband John especially during...Read More »
21 of 39 | Posted by: Christine Armstrong - Woodstock, CT

“My deepest condolences go out to Norm's family and friends on their loss. I only knew Norm from working through various crisis moments at work....he...Read More »
22 of 39 | Posted by: Mark Bremer - Haddam, CT

“To the Sacco Family, please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Norm will be missed by many. I know I will miss...Read More »
23 of 39 | Posted by: Jim Chadbourne - Waterford, CT

“My deepest sympathy for the Sacco family. Norm was more than a supervisor he was a good friend. Although we didn't socialize outside of work, except...Read More »
24 of 39 | Posted by: Bruce McGuinness - Oakdale, CT

“Norm was a wonderful man. When he walked into the room, you always knew that hed bring a smile to your face and never let you down. Passing by...Read More »
25 of 39 | Posted by: Joseph Barile Jr. - Griswold, CT

“Dear Sacco family Norm was a very good and caring person. He has, and always will be, an inspiration to me. When ever I would see Norm, it made...Read More »
26 of 39 | Posted by: Hugh McKenney - Salem, CT

“Norm will be missed very much. His great sense of humor and goofiness added levity to serious situations. His common sense down to earth attitude...Read More »
27 of 39 | Posted by: David Phaneuf - Waterford, CT

“It was a pleasure to work with Norm. He was a problem solver and kept his good humor throughout. He was a fine leader and someone you could always...Read More »
28 of 39 | Posted by: Tom Cleary - Colchester, CT

“When times were tough, Norm would come into my office and look at my family photos and remind me of the important things in life. He especially liked...Read More »
29 of 39 | Posted by: Debbie MacDonald - Franklin, CT

“Norm was an inspiration to many who work in this crazy business call nuclear power. He would always use his quick witted sense of humor to put...Read More »
30 of 39 | Posted by: Kathy Cook - Old Saybrook, CT

“To the Sacco family, I want to offer my condolences. Norm had the unique ability to make people laugh even under the most stressful situations. He...Read More »
31 of 39 | Posted by: Kevin Cyr - Groton, CT

“We would like to express our deepest sympathy to the Sacco family. Norm was an outstanding engineer who always took great pride in his work and was...Read More »
32 of 39 | Posted by: Dan & Barbara Aube - Old Saybrook, CT

“Please accept my condolences on behalf of the Millstone Chemistry department. Norm was highly respected for his engineering and problem-solving...Read More »
33 of 39 | Posted by: Lewis Crone - Oakdale, CT

“To the Sacco Family, I would like to offer my sincerest condolences. We are all in a state of shock here at Millstone. Norm was an extremely...Read More »
34 of 39 | Posted by: Brian Bohmbach - East Lyme, CT

“Where can I start, Norm has been such an influential presence in my time working at Millstone and most times since. Oh that rapier wit and hearty...Read More »
35 of 39 | Posted by: David DOyle - North Stonington, CT

“Norm was one of the smart people at Millstone. I only talked to him a couple of times, but came away with a deep appreciation of his wisdom and...Read More »
36 of 39 | Posted by: Jim Preston - Voluntown, CT

“Norm was an awesome man. You would not believe the conversations we would have on the elevator at work going from the 1st to 3rd floor. Totally...Read More »
37 of 39 | Posted by: John DeSena - Mystic, CT

“Sincere condolences to Julie, Lauren and the entire Sacco family. Please know that the impact of Norms passing will be felt for a long time to come....Read More »
38 of 39 | Posted by: Mark Pupillo - Norwich, CT

“Norm's wonderful sense of humor, kindness, and friendship will be sorely missed. We have lost a member of our family. Our thoughts, prayers, and...Read More »
39 of 39 | Posted by: Tom Quinley - Waterford, CT

FRANKLIN'Norman P. Sacco 61, a longtime town resident, died Thursday November 1, 2012 at Milford Regional Medical Center. He was the husband of Julie A. (Hart) Sacco for more than 34 years. Born in Norwood, March 27, 1951 a son of the late Dante and Mildred N. (Carlstrom) Sacco, he was raised and educated in Norwood, and was a graduate of Norwood High School, class of 1969. He also graduated from Wentworth Institute in Boston, and East Coast AeroTech. Mr. Sacco was employed as a supervisor and civil structural design engineer for the Dominion Corporation of Waterbury, Connecticut. He formerly worked as an engineer at New England Utilities and Stone & Webster Company in Boston, and at Wiggin Air in Norwood. He loved Cape Cod and saltwater fishing. He was an avid model train buff, and enjoyed Thunderbird Air Shows. He was a Red Sox and New England Patriots fan, and faithfully attended the Eastern States Exposition every year since 1976, including this year's outing. Surviving in addition to his wife is a daughter, Lauren N. Sacco and her longtime companion Keith Boyce of Millville, 2 brothers, Steven Sacco and his wife Carol of Hawaii, & Spencer Sacco of Middletown, Rhode Island and his granddaughter Shannon Joyce Sacco. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his calling hours Monday Nov. 5th, from 2-6PM in the Charles F. Oteri & Son Franklin Funeral Home 33 Cottage St. Franklin, His interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be sent to the American Heart Association P.O. Box 417005 Boston, MA 02241 would be appreciated.