Amie Jo Louise Sacco, 47, of Wheeling, West Virginia, passed away on December 8, 2022, in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. A very informal and casual Celebration of Life will be at 4:00 PM on Monday, December 19th, at Island Funeral Home in Hilton Head Island SC. A future celebration will be held in Wheeling, WV, to be announced.
Amie was born in Wheeling, West Virginia to Rose and William McDaniel on July 19th, 1975. Amie was a graduate of Wheeling Park High School class of ‘93. She married Jeffrey Sacco on April 5th, 1994, in Wheeling, West Virginia.
Amie worked as a Special Needs Educator for Hightower Elementary and Daffron Elementary Schools in Plano, TX for 15 years. She touched so many lives and provided much joy to her students, their families, and everyone that she worked with. In 2018, Amie and Jeff built their forever home to reside in Hilton Head Island, SC. Amie had an amazing sense of humor, paired with her kindness, made her quick friends with everyone she met. She genuinely cared about people, welcoming them into her life, always providing support to anyone in need. She enjoyed living the beach life and crafting in her spare time, gifting her amazing creations to family and friends.
Amie is preceded in death by her mother, Rose Ann Snyder, and father in-law Harold Sacco. Amie is survived by her husband Jeff; her children Alexus Sacco of Oklahoma City, OK, Alec “Guy” Sacco of San Diego, CA; her siblings Roger (Tonda) McDaniel, William McDaniel Jr., and Elizabeth Minor; her brother and sister in-laws Paula Bubulya, Marc (Donna) Sacco, Anne Simmons, and Michael Sacco; her father William (Margaret) McDaniel; her mother in-law Carolyn Sacco; Step mother in-law Kathryn Shaw Sacco; her nieces and nephews Skyler, Alayah, and Alahnii McDaniel; Tavion, Tevon, Ayanna, and Jaquan Minor; Chandler and Meraia McDaniel; Selenia Campbell; Jazmyne and Dakotah Sacco; Austin, Ryan, and Zackery Simmons; and Anna and Sophia Bubulya; her close family friend Ronald Ross, along with many beloved aunts, uncles and countless exceptional friends.