Andy Sabo

July 18, 1944 - December 9, 2021
December 10, 2021 6 Condolences Print Obituary

On December 9, 2021, Andy Sabo went home to be with his Lord and Savior. He was born in Alsike, Alberta on July 18, 1944. Andy and his wife Eileen were married for 49 years and Edmonton has always been their home.

Andy was predeceased by his parents, John and Josephine Sabo, and his siblings: John, Frank, Joe, Josie and Ellis.

Andy was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle. He will be dearly missed by his wife, Eileen and their four children: Laurie, Shaunna (Ed) and their children Mia, Lily and Ella, Rachel (Simon) and their children Cohen and Isla, and Andrew.

Andy was known for his unselfish acts of service and countless people can testify to his generosity and helpfulness. He lovingly ministered to his family, his church, and was always sharing his love for Jesus with others.

In addition to his loving wife, children and grandchildren, Andy also leaves behind his siblings: Olga, Margaret, Emil (JoAnn), Louie (Evelyn), Cecelia, Moses (Rosemary), Donald (Annette), Lydia (Dale), Ron (Martha), and Steve (Barb). Numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces, and great nephews will sorely miss Uncle Andy’s warm smile and cheerful greeting!

A Visitation will be held for Andy on Sunday December 12, 2021 at The Apostolic Christian Church, 10535-62 Ave in Edmonton from 5-7:30 pm, followed on Monday by the Funeral Service. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Funeral Service will be by invite only. However, for those who wish to view the service a livestream link will be provided.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made for pancreatic cancer research at https://pancreaticcancercanada.ca/ or missions at Apostolic Christian Church Mission Board of Canada.

  1. Andy will always live in our memories and evoke a smile and a laugh as we fondly remember him and all the ways he showed his love and care to others throughout his life.
    If you had any physical pains…he had the answer or the equipment to help ease the symptoms.
    If you had any emotional issues…he was willing to sit down and listen…to offer his knowledge and to show he cared.
    If you had any Spiritual needs…he was always there to Witness and Share his love for Christ through the Bible and Scripture.
    Andy was a Faithful Servant of God…
    He was a Devoted Husband and Father,Grandfather,Brother and Uncle and Great Uncle to many.
    He will be sorely missed but lovingly remembered always! ❤

  2. It’s difficult to express how amazing Uncle was….we will all miss him
    He did so much for all of us
    Dan Charleen Josie Katie and Leah

    • Life won’t be the same without uncle Andy. I had the privilege of seeing him every Sunday morning where he always greeted you with a smile a kind word and a hug.

      I have fond memories of him coming over to our house all the time to help dad take care of the ostriches and horses. He was always so generous too. Always giving you apples from his and aunties trees as well as always talking about the newest gadget he was into or his magnets.

      His passion for Jesus and his genuine love & kindness towards all of us was and is something worth emulating. He will be dearly missed but I am so happy for the gift of salvation because I know I will see you again. Until we meet again uncle! Love you.

  3. Our sympathies to the Szabo family…our hearts are heavy to learn of Andy’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May God’s grace comfort you and give you strength

  4. Andy’s sense of humor, infectious smile and laugh, and always positive attitude was a blessing to us all. He will forever be remembered and deeply missed.

    May God be with you and your family in this time.

  5. Uncle Andy. I have lots of great memories of working with you building fences, basements and farming while I was still living in Edmonton. You were the one that let me drive the tractors and farm machines that to this day still inspires my love of heavy equipment and construction. We send our love, condolences and prayers to Auntie Eileen, Laurie, Shaunna, Rachel, Andrew and their families. May God grant you all comfort and peace during this time of loss.
    Much Love, Jonathan and Julie Sabo

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