Vincent Corsaro
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A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Tuesday, Nov. 27, for longtime Tracy resident Vincent Corsaro, 91, who died Saturday, Nov. 17.

Mr. Corsaro was born to Michael Angelo and Theresa (Stella) Corsaro on Feb. 10, 1921, in Nallen, W.Va., where he worked as a coal miner. He also served in the U.S. Army during World War II.

He moved to Tracy 55 years ago and was a sanitation supervisor for the local Laura Scudders factory until his retirement in 1983.

Mr. Corsaro was a member of the Italian Catholic Federation and American Legion and a parishioner of St. Bernard’s Catholic Church. He and a group of friends met daily at McDonald’s, 3430 N. Tracy Blvd., for morning coffee.

Survivors include his wife of 33 years, Clara A. Corsaro of Tracy; two daughters, Angalena “Angie” Ender and Kathy Cacayorin, and her husband, Roger, all of Manteca; a stepson, David Main, and his wife, Roya, of Lodi; a son-in-law, Fred Ramirez of Tracy; and a brother, Pete Corsaro, and his wife, Carol, of Waterford.

Also surviving are seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Preceding him in death were his first wife, Rose Corsaro; a daughter, Annette Ramirez; a son-in-law, Herman Ender; and eight siblings.

Tuesday’s Mass will begin at 10:30 a.m. at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church, 163 W. Eaton Ave. Burial will be in Tracy Cemetery, 501 E. Schulte Road. Visitation will be observed from 2 to 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 26, at Fry Memorial Chapel, 550 S. Central Ave., followed immediately by recitation of a rosary. An online guest book can be signed at www.frymemorialchapel.com.

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