Kenneth Venton Sabish

Kenneth Venton Sabish, age 34, of Fond du Lac, WI, passed away on Thursday, April 27, 2023, surrounded by his family. He was born in Neenah on October 31st, 1988. Kenny, as he was known as by most, attended school in Campbellsport. It was in his youth that he developed his love for adventure and music that continued to grow throughout his adult years.

After high school, Kenny started out roofing, but soon learned carpentry and began his career building houses. He began working for Karr-Bach Builders, where his boss, Mike, became his mentor and close friend. He worked his way up and eventually became a crew foreman, a position he held until his final days.

Kenny’s spare time was spent with his family and friends or working on his Audi with his brother. He also made time for adventures like skydiving and attending music festivals. Affectionately called a walking juke-box, Kenny used music to show his emotions, to help others work through theirs, and mostly, just to have a good time. Kenny also enjoyed traveling, experiencing new places, and making memories with loved ones.

He is survived by his parents, Dale Sabish and Rana Costello; brothers, Brandon Sabish (Callie Isaac) and Michael Sabish (Hayley Garlow), and their children, Easton, Holden, and Braxson; half-brother, Tyler Meyer; paternal grandmother, Bonnie Sabish; maternal grandparents, Thomas and Sharon Costello. He is further survived by his uncle, John Costello, aunt, Pamela Costello, and her children, Frances and Daniel; his beloved cat, Biggie Smalls; and his former partner Aubrey Krause and her daughter Ava.

He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Darrel Sabish.

Kenny was hard working, selfless, and willing to lend a hand whenever one was needed. If you were lucky enough to have met Kenny, you know he will be remembered by all for his infectious smile and caring personality.

The family has decided a celebration of life will be held at a future date.

Kenny’s family would like to thank the St. Agnes Hospital Emergency Staff, with special thanks to Dr. Murphy and his nurses, Heather T and Meg, RN, for their care and compassion.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in Kenny’s name.