Stanislao Aceto

Stanislao Aceto, 95, of Kenosha WI, passed away on January 15, 2022, at Froedtert South Pleasant Prairie surrounded by his family. Stanislao was born in Cosenza, Italy on August 21, 1926, to Santo and Concetta Aceto. He was educated in Italy then joined the Italian Police Force in 1947, and later married Yolanda Binotto in Cosenza on September 29, 1953. Stan immigrated to the United States through Ellis Island on June 29, 1954. He was employed at American Brass for 35 years before retiring in 1989. In his retirement he continued to enjoy wine making, doing handy work, gardening, cooking, and having pasta on Sundays with his family.

Stan is survived by his 6 children; David (Lois) Aceto, Julie (Michael) Newsome, Richard Aceto, Suzanne (Christopher) Bruff, Timothy (Jennifer) Aceto, and JoAnne Aceto; his grandchildren Adam, Joshua, Vincent (Rachel), Nicholas, Gina, Elizabeth, Katie (Matthew), Max, and Callie; his great grandchildren, Madelyn, Riley, and Anthony. Stan is also survived by 1 brother, Frank Aceto, who resides in Canada.

He is preceded in death by his wife Yolanda, his parents, 1 brother, and 2 sisters.

Stan’s family would like to give a very special and heartfelt thank you to the entire staff at Willowbrook who gave him the best care a family could hope for. Our appreciation is beyond words and our gratitude is limitless.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday January 22, 2022, at 11:00AM at St. Mark Catholic Church. (7117-14th Avenue) There will be no visitation and those attending are asked to meet at the church prior to 11:00AM. Face masks are required. Entombment will follow at All Saints Catholic Cemetery.

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Thoughts for Stanislao Aceto;

  • I would to say I worked with your Dad for 20 years at the Brass. Working in the stock room I saw your Dad every day when he would come in for parts needed for a job he was on. He was a kind and gentle man who always thanked me for my help in getting the parts he needed. We would often talk a bit about what was going on and of course, the family was a large part of our talks. When he retired I saw your Mom and Dad every Saturday at St. Marks, and I would always try to say Hi to them and walked with them to their car and made sure they both got in safely. I have nothing but the fondest memories of your parents and the greatest respect for them both. Every so often in church, I would glance over to where they used to sit and smile at them both, believing their spirits are still sitting there every Saturday at 4:00. I really miss them both, and I pray that the children and family will always remember them as they were throughout life. God’s speed be with you all.

  • May Stan and Yolanda enjoy eternity living blessed in heaven. Condolences to those who will always miss Them both.
    Joe and Erin

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