Let the memory of Anthony be with us forever.
  • Passed away on January 5, 2019 in Arizona, United States.

Anthony Orlando died on January 5th, 2019 in Arizona at the age of 57. Anthony is survived by his wife, Sabine Hunze-Orlando; children, Vincent and Gianna Orlando; mother, Sandra Orlando; father and step-mother Samuel and Rachel Orlando; and siblings, Michelle Stills, Gina Ashton, Lisa May, and Tara Orlando.

Anthony was born on September 17, 1961 in Dover, Delaware. He was the youngest of five children. He served our country in the Navy as a young adult. Anthony married Sabine and together they explored the world, making friends and impressions across the globe. The couple welcomed Vincent in 2001 and Gianna in 2006 into their home. His family remembers him as an enthusiastic and lively father who demonstrated that a good attitude and hard work could take one far in life. Anthony was exceptionally bright and self-motivated and took to any skill he put his mind to; he easily came home from bike races in the desert to prepare an Italian feast for the family. He was a generous and witty individual who loved his family, his heritage, and his community. He was an avid cyclist and often participated in triathlons, cheered on by Sabine, Vincent, and Gianna.

A memorial service is scheduled for January 19th at the Gulfside Beach Pavilion at 3 Casino Beach Boardwalk, Pensacola FL 32561. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Anthony’s life. 

Posted by Alicia D on 18th January 2019
Our deepest condolences to all in the Orlando family. Our hearts were saddened of the news of Anthony's passing. Our hearts, thoughts, prayers and well wishes extend to Sabine, Vincent, Giana, Sandra whom we have met and to his dad and sisters. Brian and Alicia
Posted by Mary Rosser on 17th January 2019
Anthony Orlando, what can I say?!? He loved to give me a hard time, loved to fuss about the workouts and training I put him through as his personal trainer, loved to debate politics with me, but always with a twinkle in his eye. We shared lots of laughs as he got in shape again, took some bike rides together, talked running and training and triathlon, and I’m pretty sure he understood my crazy competitiveness as I understood his!!! I never questioned Anthony’s sincerity in the words he said, or in the effort he put towards being a better version of himself, for Sabine and their kids, and for himself. I know Anthony will be missed forever, and I’ll always hold fond memories of good times with the Orlando family in B’ham. Love to you, Sabine, and I’m sorry I can’t be there Saturday. Mary
Posted by Linda Smith on 16th January 2019
My sincere condolences to the Orlando family. He was a great person, and will be forever missed.
Posted by Tara Orlando on 13th January 2019
You are deeply missed, brat.

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