John Leonard Montalbano, 63, passed away peacefully Wednesday June 14, 2017 at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He was born on January 13, 1954 in Brooklyn, New York to Inez Millman and the late Gaspar Montalbano.
John was a successful business consultant for McDonalds Corp. for many years. Following his retirement, he and his wife moved to sunny South Carolina.
Along with his mother Inez Montalbano of Fort Worth, Florida, left to cherish John’s memory is his beloved wife, Lisa Montalbano of Murrells Inlet; their sons, Ryan Montalbano and his wife Amanda of Greenville, Rhode Island, Christopher Montalbano and his wife Rachel of Malta, New York, and Johnny Montalbano of Murrells Inlet; two grandchildren, Connor and Sloane; three brothers, Charles Montalbano and his wife Ann, of Colorado, Gary Montalbano and Ray Montalbano both of Florida; as well many nieces, nephews and supportive friends.
A Celebration of Johns life will be held at a later date. These details will be announced when finalized.
The family has requested memorial contributions in John’s name be made to The Ronald McDonald House of Charleston, 81 Gadsden Street Charleston, SC 29401.
Burroughs Funeral Home and Cremation Services is assisting the family.
To view these details online, visit, www.burroughsfh.com
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Sorry to hear of Johns passing. I was in some of his classes in Middleville Junior HS, in Northport. John was very well liked by everyone, he had a real presence among us all. John was a very handsome guy, and I'm sure he was a heart-throb to many our our young women classmates.
He was our 9th grade class President I believe and he was clearly at the top of our classmates list for who would be a success in later life.
My sincere condolences to the Mantalbano family, and we all can take comfort in knowing that John will be with us all again in that next journey to Heaven. God Bless John and Family too.
Gene Gaye,Northport Class of 1972
Submitted by gene gaye on Jul 24 2017 06:36:44 PM
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Praying for your peace in comfort at this time. John was a very humble and caring soul and will be missed.
Submitted by Katie Prock on Jun 20 2017 01:52:14 PM
My prayers are with you during this time of sorrow.
Submitted by Persephone Redden on Jun 20 2017 02:04:10 AM
I am so sorry to hear of Monte's passing. I enjoyed working with him as a Business Consultant in Raleigh. God bless you and your family. You are in my prayers.
Sincerely, Mildred Stutts
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It was sure great to have had dinner w/ you both in May. though John was not at his best of health on this visit it was an enjoyable evening, RIP my friend.
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Dear Lisa and Johnny, Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Will always remember Monty for his quick smile and friendliness. Pat and Gary Carroll
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