Yong Saccone Obituary, Death – Today, a brilliant heavenly light descended to Earth and then ascended again. Yong was the epitome of a Christian mother, wife, grandmother, friend, and friend of God. She was a fervent prayer who prayed for many of you specifically by name. She secretly FASTED to help those in distress around her. She helped a lot of people out of the kindness of her heart. Simply put, she cared deeply about others and never grew weary of telling them about Jesus.
Everyone who met Yong was instantly put at ease by his infectious smile. It’s clear that she had pals all across the state and possibly the country among you. She valued your friendship and was always pleasant to be around. She was the center of my universe, and I owe my existence to her. Throughout my time in the service, she was always there to back me up and cheer me on. Yong kept the family together through my deployments to North Korea and Iraq. She was the person who pushed me to get my Ph.D. and see it through to completion. She helped me take care of my pupils by cooking for them and funding international field trips when I was teaching.
She was the driving force behind my political career, encouraging me to knock on over 18,000 doors with her and ensuring that I was present at every event and well-known in Harrisburg during my entire campaign. She charmed the capital city with her beauty, and she was overjoyed to see Vice President Pence and speak with President Trump. We were both touched by the multitudes of people around the world who joined in prayer for her as she fought cancer. For forty-four wonderful years, Yong and I were joined as one. Her two boys, Nick and Matt, whom she raised to be wonderful, successful, and Godly men, are her pride and joy.
Never did I think I deserved such good fortune. I simply can’t picture my world without her. Because of her, the world became a better place. Without her, the world becomes gloomier. Many of you are aware of Yong’s extreme patriotism. She was patriotic and loved America so much that she always dressed in red, white, and blue and decorated our house with patriotic accents. Any display of patriotism, even if it’s just a flag pin, would be greatly appreciated by the family as they pay tribute to her at the viewing.
Yong would be really enthusiastic about that. Bekavac Funeral Home in VERSAILLES will be Yong’s place of visitation for family and friends. McKeesport, Pennsylvania, at 4504 Walnut Street, 15132. Time: July 11th, 12-4 and 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at 10 am is the funeral. Please share your thoughts and memories of Yong with us as we mourn his passing.