Savior (Savey) Canadeo
Name: Savey Canadeo
Died: 1993-11-07 (Age:76)
Hometown: De Pere, Wisconsin, USA
Height: 5′ 9½″ / 177cm
Boxing Record: click
- 1935 made the final of the Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions in the lightweight division, the bout was stopped when examination showed he suffered a broken jaw, with the match being rewarded to Mike Gamiere, afterwards he entered Saint Norbert's College in Wisconsin. Canadeo quit boxing until spring of 1936.
- 1936 at Soldier Field he won a bout from Tony Marteliano in the Intercity CYO meet. He bested Tommy Pallatin, who had just won the National AAU, in the lightweight division.
- 1937 Canadeo had won the Press-Gazette's Golden Gloves title by stopping Sailor Bedard in the second round of the final. In the summer before 50,000 fans at Soldier Field, Canadeo was a member of the CYO team that defeated the previously unbeaten South American team, in international competition, he bested Joe Garcia and he represented Chicago at the Intercity Golden Gloves Tournament.
- 1938 he won from Tony Motisi, dropped a close decision in the Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions to Richard Pauli. It was reported Canadeo broke his hand in the bout.
- 1939 he won the Barney Ross Trophy in the Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions, after being forced out by a cut. In an interview when queried on turning pro, Canadeo's response was "If I intended to make a move at all, I probably should have done it two years ago? adding "But I would like a job, any job with a future, right here in Green Bay". It was reported friends of Canadeo believe that he would prefer the latter course. His record that year was reported as only 14 setbacks in 177 bouts, 7 of them in his early years, when he began at 14 years of age.
- 1940 Savey won the Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions over Morris Corona at welterweight. He beat Henry Brimm at the Rochester New York Tournament of Champions. As the captain of the Chicago Team representing the United States vs. Europe he won vs. Erik Agren of Sweden the European Team's captain. In the same year he fought Al Tribuani four times, first as team captain of the Chicago Team at the Intercity Golden Gloves Tournament, being awarded the verdict, then fighting 3 five round bouts within 2 weeks, with Tribuani taking the first and third and Canadeo taking the second. The bouts were known for being real crowd pleasing sizzlers, with both fighters having archaic respect for each other.
- 1940 CYO 147 LB. Champion
- Graduated Saint Norbert's College in De Pere, Wisconsin.
- Served in the United States Army Air Corps during World War Two.
- In 1958 Canadeo was elected chairman of the Wisconsin State Athletic Commission.
- He is the brother of Tony Canadeo  of the Green Bay Packers who was elected to the National Football League Hall of Fame.
| Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions
George (Sonny) Horne
| Intercity Golden Gloves
Sources: Several U.S. news sources