Angelo Vincent Sabatino
May 29, 1926 – March 1, 2020
Angelo Vincent Sabatino, of Monroe, Connecticut, entered into eternal rest on March 1st, 2020, after a long term illness.
Angelo was born in May of 1926 in Minersville Pennsylvania and was the son of John and Anna (Greco) Sabatino. Angelo graduated from Minersville High School and enlisted in the Navy at 17 years of age. He was a World War II veteran. He became an aviation electrician and was assigned to the maintenance of Corsair fighter aircraft. After his service Angelo went to electrical school in Chicago and became a journeyman electrician. He found work with the IBEW in Oak Ridge Tennessee where he met his beautiful and loving wife Flora. He transferred his union membership to the IBEW local 488 in Connecticut where he has been a proud member for 67 years. Angelo was a long standing member of St. Jude Parish in Monroe and volunteered with the Kennedy Center and his son John’s group home.
Angelo was predeceased by his loving wife Flora (Coefield), his wonderful son John, his two brothers, Anthony and Vincent and his sister Carmela. Angelo is survived by his loving daughter Angela Richert and her husband Hank Richert of Lake Wylie SC, two grandsons, Chris Richert of Charlotte North Carolina, John Richert (Anna) of Tampa Florida and one great granddaughter.
A private service and burial was held on March 5, 2020. Interment is at St. John’s Cemetery in Monroe CT.
In lieu of flowers or condolences please make a donation in Angelo’s memory to the VA Connecticut Hospice. Please make donation checks out as follows : VA Connecticut, and in the memo section note VA Hospice in memory of Angelo Sabatino. Donations can be mailed to VA Connecticut, Attention: Mark Frazee (135) 950 Campbell Ave. West Haven, CT 06516
- Services Will Be Private
Angelo Vincent Sabatino
karen iodice bruneau
March 10, 2020
My deepest condolences to you and your family. May you find strength and support with your loved ones and in time, peace.
March 6, 2020
Angelo’s life was filled with loving and caring people. His immediate family took very good care of him and he was blessed to have them in his life.
One special memory I have is how he loved sweets and pastries - especially cannoli’s....he knew his Italian pastries- that’s for sure.
Love and prayers for Angelo and his wonderful family.
Agnes and Richard