1914 4th Street. Marysville, WA 98270

Daniel Sabado, Jr. June 14, 1945 - February 18, 2021

Daniel ‘Danny’ T Sabado Jr was born on June 14, 1945 to Daniel and Agripina Sabado in Cebu, Philippines and passed away on February 18, 2021 in Monroe, WA.

Danny graduated from North Salinas High School in 1964 and enlisted with the United States Air Force where he served in Vietnam.  Danny was honorably discharged from the Air Force in 1969, and returned to Salinas, California where he later received his Associates in Arts at Hartnell Community College.

Danny moved his family to Seattle, Washington in 1977 where he worked for the City of Seattle as a Senior System Programmer for 37 years and retired in 2013.

Danny loved spending time with family and friends.  Danny enjoyed outdoor activities such as softball, white-water rafting, golfing, and tailgating with the ‘crew’ prior to attending every home game of the Seattle Seahawks. Danny also looked forward to his annual trips to Maui Hawaii for Thanksgiving and his birthday.

Danny is survived by his four brothers, Melvin, Arthur, Glen, Brian, two children, James (Nancy), Moana, his two Grandchildren, Peyten, and Chace.

Danny is preceded in death by his Father, Daniel B Sabado; Mother, Agripina T Sabado; and  sister-in-law, Josefina V Sabado.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.


  1. Gail Forsberg says

    Danny always made me feel better! He and your Mom were so very gracious and kind to me. I had not seen him for awhile, but always have the very best thoughts of him and just thinking of him and his great warmth, laughter and smiles makes me feel good! God love and bless him always and Moana and Jimmy and your sweetheart kids. What a great guy!!! love to you all, Gail.

  2. Susan Nergord Miller says

    I am so sorry for your loss. I had’t seen
    Danny for many years, but will always remember his wonderful smile and sweet personality. love

  3. Kathi & Donnie McDowell says

    Danny was a friend to all. Was always smiling, would do anything for you and could always cheer you up. I knew him for over 40 years am so sad that he is gone. Met him working at the City. So many great memories. Softball and partying after, teaching us to cook lumpia and pancit, camping, golf tournaments, pig roasts, trips to Gold Bar, Herron Island, New Orleans, and Maui, celebrating our Gemini birthdays, traditional trips to Monroe and Puyallup fairs. My family and I lost a great friend and will miss him dearly. Condolences to Moana and Jimmy. We love you Danny. May you Rest In Peace.

  4. Doreen Weimann says

    I saw Danny not that long ago, after not seeing him for so many, and it was like old times. Great guy. He will be missed. My condolences to his family.

  5. Hiroshi Egashira says

    Danny and I had great time on our Seahawks family tailgate and we were sharing seats in stadium side by side last 10 years. My BEST buddy. I’m missing you a lot, please Rest In Peace.

  6. Ray and Christi Mallow says

    Danny was a great people person, and you knew it! He always had a smile! Haven’t seen or heard from him in a long time. Our prayers are with your family. We have a lot of great memories of Danny!

  7. Nicole Medina says

    Danny’s smile and laughter and general love of life were contagious. I remember him fondly and am sorry to hear of his passing. My condolences to his loved ones, rest easy knowing you were loved!

  8. Tara Bussey says

    Danny was a wonderful guy. We will miss him.

  9. dan casey says

    Danny and I graduated from North High in 1964 and worked at the Pancake House in Salinas for a couple of years before entering the service. Fast forward many years later and we reconnect after my family moved up to the Puget Sound
    area. Joanne and I would host Big D for dinner in Tacoma once or twice a year. He would always bring a bottle of top quality spirits. Good food was ingested and much laughter ensued every time he visited. We were shocked to learn of his passing. Dan
    was a “good dude” and someone who
    I know would be there for me if I ever
    needed him. Joanne and I already miss him.

  10. Marty Metzdorf says

    Danny could always make a bad day seem better when he was around. I really enjoyed working with Danny and having the 4th of July pig BBQ. Danny you will be missed.

  11. Jason Viglianco says

    The Sabado family is in my prayers and thoughts! Danny will be missed in the Seahawks fan community.

  12. Sylvia (Soliz) Allen says

    Danny and I had the best of times cooking great food and having a drink in the process. I will really miss my dear friend. I wish his children and grandchildren the very best through this difficult time.

  13. Beth Ford says

    So sorry for your loss. Sending healing thoughts your way. He may be gone but he will live in your hearts forever!

  14. Dennis Lincoln says

    My prayers a with the family. I saw Danny from time to time over the years and every time we spent it laughing. He was always in a great mood and and put everybody in the same place. Any time we got together you knew it was going to be fun. What a great gift he had.

  15. Doris Mortenson Babcock says

    I graduated from North Salinas High school with Danny and enjoyed seeing him and reminiscing a couple of years back. What a great gentleman. He will be missed.

  16. Emma Lorenzo says

    My prayers and thoughts for the family of Danny Sabado.

    You’ll be missed Danny You are now reunited with Romeo in heaven.

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