Stillwater - Angelo D. Garmley, 70, of Jolly Road, died Saturday, April 23rd at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, NYC, from having complications after receiving a liver transplant in May of 2021. His loving and caring wife Jo-Anne stayed with her husband for all that time with the help of hospital staff, family and friends. Born in Troy , March 2, 1952, son of the late Martin and Antoinette Iannone Garmley in laws Joseph and Theresa DeFelice Sabatino. Angelo was a graduate of Mechanicville High and HVCC. His last employment was with the Village of Stillwater DPW, and previously worked at Napa Auto Parts, Saratoga Board Mill and the Boston & Maine Railroad all of Mechanicville. Angelo was a member of the Albany Rods & Kustoms and Princessa Elena Society of Saratoga Springs. He enjoyed motorcycles, snowmobiling and classic cars. Angelo enjoyed his family and large number of friends at parties, social gatherings or just hangin out.
He was predeceased by his beautiful daughter and her fiancé. Jessica Garmley 2005 and Joseph Bearder this past March, and his beloved Uncle Joseph Ianonne.
Survivors include his wife of 45 years Jo-Anne Sabatino Garmley, sister Antimena Garmley, in laws John (Wailin) Sabatino and Lisa(Tex) Dibble both of Stillwater. Nieces and nephews Anne (Waich) Sabatino, Cindy, Chip, Madison, Morgan, and Godson Jack Pontious, Michele, Pat, and Kyle Walsh, Phalen (Bobby) LeClair. Uncles Steve DeFelice(Sharon White) and Gene “Wink” Raucci. Close family friends Rudy and Pat Bearder, Joan Murphy, Bob, Marybeth and Samantha Cossart along with a mountain of lifelong friends.
A mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, May 2nd at 11 am at All Saints on the Hudson (St. Paul’s) Church, 121 No. Main St. Mechanicville, with burial to follow in St. Paul’s Cemetary.
Calling hours at Devito-Salvatore Funeral Home, 39 So. Main St., Mechanicville on Sunday from 3-6 pm
In lieu of flowers, remembrances May be made to Donate Life America, 701 E. Byrd St. 16th flr, Richmond, VA 23219 in appreciation for all their support.
Special thanks for their adopted NY City family who gave of themselves to rally and support for Angelo and gave comfort to his dedicated wife Jo-Anne who never missed a day for a year. Staff at Samaritan Hospital, Troy, Dr. Pronold and Staff, Normandie Court and Staff, Mt. Sinai Doctors Faculty Practice and Staff, Mt. Sinai 9 Center Unit, Mt. Sinai 6th Floor TICU, The Housewife’s of TICU, Transplant Living Center (Allyson and all the friends I Made there), All physical therapists (Mitch), Mobility Aides, Social Workers, Chaplains, Physician Assistants, Mt. Sinai Bus Drivers who transported Jo-Anne everyday and too the best Patient Care Associates especially his adopted nephews. And anyone who Jo-Anne May have forgotten