PAOLO PINTO- of Woburn, Friday, December 18th. Beloved husband of Concetta Tina (Trito) Pinto. Devoded father of Ralph Pinto and his wife Kerry of Dracut, Joseph Pinto and his wife Julie of Methuen, and Regina Galinato and her husband T.J. of VA. Dear brother of Carmelina Sorbino and her late husband Mario of Italy, Anna DiPanfilo and her husband Joseph of Woburn, Joseph Pinto and his wife Giovanna of Italy, Linda Marcone and her husband John and Giovanna Sabatini and her husband Gerry all of CA and the late Salvatore Pinto. Cherished grandfather of Stephen, Carissa, Olivia, Joseph Jr., Christopher, Michael, and Lisa. A Funeral will be held from the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn, on Wednesday, December 23rd at 9:15 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Anthony’s Church, 851 Main St. Woburn at 10. Interment in Woodbrook Cemetery 100 Salem St Woburn. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to calling hours, Tuesday, 3 to 7 p.m. At the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Paolo’s memory to the Alzheimer’s Association 480 Pleasant Street Watertown, MA 02472.
Paolo Pinto passed away Friday, December 18th at the Academy Manor Nursing Center in Andover. The beloved husband of Concetta Tina (Triton) Pinto, Paolo was seventy-seven years of age.
Born in Naples, Italy Paolo was one of seven children born to the late Ralph and Regina (Solo) Pinto.
All of Paolos education took place in Naples and the very fine art of masonry work, he learned there also. This was the profession that Paolo had dedicated his life to.
He remained in Italy for the first thirty-one years of his life and in 1969 he immigrated to the United States. North Woburn was where they nestled right in and made their home for the next forty six years.
They brought three wonderful children into the world, to whom he was devoted.
Truly, a very hard worker he began his journey here in Woburn, working at J.J.Riley for quite a while, later moving on to other companies, specializing in strictly masonry work.
Paolos home was his castle! He loved listening to music and was no stranger to the dance floor at social or family functions, kitchen or living room! When it came to the outside of his home, it was meticulously manicured. His gardens were phenomenal, flower and vegetables and the lawn was his pride and joy, which he took the utmost care of and paid the most attention to! Actually, Paolo was long into having a fire pit in the back yard where he would build incredibly warm fires, which the family so enjoyed, long before its time!
During the winter months Paolo enjoyed watching the Bruins and when the spring came along and he had time, he loved to go fishing.
Hard work, family and faith were all significant parts of Paolo’s life to which he dedicated himself to each and everyday.