John Randy Sabatino

December 3, 2024 - January 9, 2024

12/03/2024 - 01/09/2024

John Randy Sabatino, born on December 3, 1965, in Tennessee, peacefully passed away on January 9, 2024, in Virginia Beach, VA. He was 58 years old at the time of his passing.

John had a fulfilling career working in various hotels at the oceanfront. He dedicated himself to providing exceptional service to guests, always going above and beyond to ensure their comfort and satisfaction. John’s passion for his work was evident in the genuine care he showed towards others.

Outside of his professional life, John found joy in spending time at the beach. The calming sound of the waves and the warmth of the sun brought him immense happiness. He was known for his kind and generous nature, always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need. John gave all he could to others, spreading his love and compassion wherever he went.

John is preceded in death by his father, John Richard Sabatino and his beloved wife, Michelle. He leaves behind his loving mother, Nancy Lee Sabatino of Virginia Beach, who will cherish his memory forever as well as his sister.

In accordance with John’s wishes, no services will be held at this time. While we mourn the loss of such a remarkable individual, let us also remember the beautiful moments we shared with John. May his spirit continue to inspire us to be kind, generous, and selfless, just as he was.

Rest in peace, John Randy Sabatino. You will be deeply missed by all who knew you.

Altmeyer Funeral Home, Southside Chapel, 5033 Rouse Drive, Virginia Beach, VA is in charge of arrangements.

Subscribe
Notify of
1 Condolence
Inline Feedbacks
View all condolences
Jeff Rhue
23 days ago

I will always remember you having a good heart and sticking up for anyone that needed it when we were growing up. Going to miss Steeler games and our rock concert days for sure. Foreigner in 81 was a blast on the 4 Tour. Playing football in the snow, and the time you ate 3 double Whoppers at one sitting. You never could beat me at playing Intellivision Football. Basketball until lights out at Bayville. Cramming 5 people into a Datsun Pickup. In any event, I know things were tough on you as an adult and changed your personality a great deal. Hoping you find great peace. Always going to remember the best version of Randy. Sure you are asking where you can watch Ohio State games already. Peace man, Jeff