Johanna Pellino

August 30, 1976 - August 4, 2023

08/30/1976 - 08/04/2023

Past Services

Saturday August 12, 2023
1:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Maestas Chapel
1801 Baltic Avenue
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
(757) 428-1112 | Directions

Johanna Pellino was born in Staten Island NY to Laurence and Marianne Pellino on August 30th, 1976. She was a member of the graduating class of 1994 from Delaware Valley High School in Milford PA. Johanna worked her way into the mortgage business where she was a loan processor for over 20 years.

Johanna is survived by her parents Laurence and Marianne, her sister Megan and fiancé Stevie, as well as her brother Logan and his wife Victoria.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that you make a donation in Johanna’s name to your local non profit addiction recovery center.

Memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 12, 2023 at 1 p.m. at Altmeyer Funeral Home 1801 Baltic Ave Virginia Beach, VA.

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Tricia Yanaga
8 months ago

I’ll miss you Johanna. We had some really good laughs, and always remember there is a plan B. XOXO

Ann Meier
8 months ago

Sincerely sorry for your loss. Know that such a fine person will be long remembered for the smiles, laughter, and kindness she extended to others. May Johanna’s memories forever warm your hearts and bring smiles to your faces, even behind tears shed. Know that death was never God’s plan (Gen. 1:28) so he gives us hope. (Acts 24:15; Ps. 37:11,29) 

8 months ago

Johanna was an extraordinary person, and her passing has left an indelible void in the lives of all who knew her. She was kind, and compassionate, and brought so much joy to those around her. I will always cherish the memories we shared together and the laughter she brought into our lives. Johanna’s presence may no longer be physical with us, but her spirit will continue to live on in the beautiful memories and the impact she made on everyone she touched.
See you on the other side, my dear friend.
As we mourn the loss of our dear friend, let us also celebrate the beautiful person she was and the countless lives she enriched. Let us be grateful for the time we had with her and the profound impact she had on us.
“Gone but not forgotten” 
Hayati Dirim