Mr. Freddie D. Sisario

  • Born: September 5, 1939
  • Died: March 25, 2013
  • Location: Vista, California

Allen Brothers Mortuary - Vista Chapel FD-1120

1315 S. Santa Fe Avenue
Vista, CA 92083

vistachapel@allenbrothersmortuary.com
Tel. (760) 726-2555

Tribute & Message From The Family


Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother, and Proud Marine

Message From The Family

Thank you for all the love, prayers, and support during this difficult time. We will cherish our memories of him always.

Freddie D. Sisario was born on September 5, 1939 and passed away on March 25, 2013. Freddie was a resident of Vista/Oceanside, Ca. He was born to Anthony and Angelina Sisario of Amsterdam NY. He is predeceased by both parents and brother Felix Sisario. Freddie is survived by his wife Cheryl of Vista Ca., son Justin (Christina) Sisario of Oceanside, daughter Corinne (Steve) Schipke of Vista Ca., son Grant (Rachel) Sisario of Olathe KS., daughter Dawn Marie LoBaugh (Dave) of Garden Grove, Ca, and brothers John and Frank Sisario. He had numerous Grandchildren and Great Grand children. Freddie proudly served in the USMC, did 2 tours in Vietnam and retired as a MGySgt. after 27 years. He also retired from Civil Service at Camp Pendleton, Ca. He was a proud member of The American Legion Post 365, and The VFW Post 7041, in Vista Ca. He volunteered his time At Balboa Hospital in San Diego, and participated and donated his time to many Military programs. He enjoyed golfing, bowling, going to the casino and traveling. Freddie was known to be a "thrifty" character, but would give the shirt off his back (with a price)! He loved his John Wayne movies and memorabilia, his L.A. Dodgers and Washington Redskins, and had a love for Italian Food! Freddie's 10 year battle with cancer was fought with courage, however, it didn't stop him from living his life to the fullest.


Services


Condolence & Memory Journal

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Dear Sisario Family, My Prayers n thoughts go 2 U n ur family.Just remember the good days that U had with an awesome man, father, husband, brother n brothers n sisters that served with him in the USMC..We'll all miss him but the candle shows he's light in ur hearts.God Bless U

Posted by Charles Brady - Vista, CA   April 07, 2013

I was honored to attend MGySgt Sisario's service and pay tribute to this American hero. Rest in peace, MGySgt Sisario, and thank you for your service to this great country.

Posted by Ryan Wynn - Patriot Guard Riders   April 05, 2013

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We haven't seen Fred in a while, but we will always remember him as a fun guy and a great friend to my father. May he rest in peace...

Posted by Charlie & Yvette Loredo - Oceanside, CA   April 04, 2013

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To a great Marine and true friend. Will always have a special place in both our hearts for you. SEMPER FI GOOD BUDDY. Butch & Eloise

Posted by butch johnson - vista, CA - friend   April 04, 2013

Freddie, you will always live inside all of us who know you and cherish your friendship. You mentored me when I was new to the Legion. You guided me. Your exemplary leadership inspired me as well as others to follow you. Your indominable spirit and being a true Comrade is the treaure you brought to us in the American Legion and the Forty and E.ight. I will miss you dear Friend and Comrade. Thank you for the priveledge of knowing you and being your friend. Semper Fi, Fair Seas and a Following Wind, Doc Out

Posted by Mark W. Stephenson-Sous Directeur VAVS 40 et 8 - San Antonio, TX - Friend & Comrade   April 03, 2013

I am going to miss Freddie Sisario. Our visits in the office at the Post were enjoyable, fun, and informative. He took the time to teach me a lot about the duties of my post and helped me set up a contact roster for all the members. He always had a "can-do" attitude; I hope I can carry that on for him.

Posted by Raymond K. Johnson - Oceanside, CA - Friend   April 03, 2013

I was an honor for me to be able to know and work with Freddie. I will never forget Freddie. He was a great guy and a hard working legionnaire.
Bill Siler iii, Department Adjutant

Posted by Bill Siler iii - San Francisco, CA - Legion Friend   April 03, 2013

It was nice having you with us at the American Legion Post#365. I hope you are with your buddy Mike Cummings.
Jim Widson

Posted by A friend   April 02, 2013

Fred and I go way back and family too, our meeting at St Margarets Parish in the early eightys and have been friends ever since. It is to bad that his medical problems caught with him after ten rough years.
God Bless and see you up there with all the other Marines that were our friends.
Your friend,
MGySgt. Ken Cross and wife Lillian both US Marines-Semfer Fi.

Posted by Ken/Lil Cross - Oceanside, CA - Fellow Marine -- good friend   April 02, 2013

Great Man, Great Marine, Great Mentor and dedicated member of the American Legion Post 365, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7041, Palomar Voiture 1406 and Military Order of the Cootie Pup Tent 40. Freddie spent most his life dedicated to our nations security, helping veterans and nursing scholarships. He will be missed but remembered daily as we continue with his example of putting good deeds towards helping others before self! God Bless you brother!

Posted by Chris Yates - San Clemente, CA - Friend   April 02, 2013

Rest in peace, Freddie D. Thank you for helping me raise three wonderful children.
Elsie

Posted by Elsie Zalinski - Vista, CA - ex-wife   March 30, 2013

Freddie was a true Marine when married too him his favorite saying if it wasn,t in the Marine Corps Mannual then you didn,t need it .We adopted a beautiful daughter (Dawn Marie) while stationed in Hawaii then he remarried and adopted Justin also a true Marine , Elsie and Freddie also had two more children , Corrine andGrant he will be missed by many even his exwives REST IN PEACE FREDDIE

Posted by JUDY SISARIO STRANG - CORONA, CA, CA - EXWIFE   March 30, 2013


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Community Photos

June 2008
Justin's homecoming from Operation Desert Storm 1991 with Chris, and grandson Derek