Obituary of Milton Sabol
January 26, 2018. Milton is survived by his wife Jo Sabol; daughters Jamie & Christine Sabol.
Milton's visitation will be Wednesday, January 31st, 2-4 PM at the Funeral Home, 1411 Vintage Lane, (Between 390 & Long Pond Rd.), his Funeral Service will be celebrated at the end of his visitation Wednesday at 4 PM. Private Internment.
Milton was born November 4, 1957 in Ovid, NY. There his parents Robert & Anna owned, lived and worked on the family farm.
Milton enjoyed spending time with his family. Family game night would include trivial pursuit, scrabble and playing the harmonica. While at home he enjoyed baking brownies and cakes. He always looked forward to family trips to go camping and he enjoyed fishing.
During the summer months the family would regularly go camping at Hamlin State Park. He also enjoyed going with family to the NYS Fair. One year, he went missing for over 4 hours while looking for Chrissy & Danny.
Milton enjoyed: seafood, Buffalo Bills, spending time in the outdoors, action movies, sci-fi movies, going for RTS bus rides with his kids, smoke bombs, fireworks, roller coasters & wearing flannel shirts.
Milton was very hands on type of person. Growing up on the farm he learned the values of hard work and taking pride in all that you do. While growing up it would be no big deal for Milton to tackle working on the farm, painting houses and taking on a myriad of home improvement projects.
His love for his children was obvious. Early on, Jo would remind him that she was the kids parent too, he rarely ever put them down. As the kids got older they all enjoyed going for rides to see the fall foliage & Christmas lights. They also enjoyed together, fishing on the pier & playing cards.
Milton was well liked. He had an easygoing demeanor about him. He could strike up a conversation with strangers and made friends quickly. These qualities, coupled with his great sense of humor and an ability to say most anything, to anyone, anywhere, regularly embarrassed his children.
Milton enjoyed going to Red Lobster, Gordon’s, Outback and Longhorn Steak House. His children always looked forward to taking him on Father’s Day to one of these restaurants.
Milton was a unique person. His love of family was strong. He was reliable and would drop everything in an instant to help his family. He will be missed.
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