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Carlos Pineiro

February 3, 2021

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Friends may call on Saturday, February 6, 2021, from 2 to 6 p.m. at the  Frank T. Mazur Funeral Home, Inc., 601 Dundaff St., Dickson City.   A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Monday, February 8, 2021, at 9:30 a.m. in St. Patrick’s Church, Delaware Ave., Olyphant, PA.  Masks are required and social distancing will be observed.  To leave an online condolence visit the funeral home website.

Posted by:
Carole Post

Posted on:
February 14, 2021

My sincere condolences to the Pineiro family. I was very close with Carlos for several years during my time as DOITT commissioner at NYC. Carlos was my driver, but he was so much more than that. He was really like a father to me. He looked out for me in every way, he was always ready to help and go out of his way to do something special. And he was so much fun! He taught me many things about his family, his culture, cooking and music, and of course his new grandson who he adored. We had a lot of adventures together and I loved catching up with him every year at the holidays. I’m so glad I got to speak to him with my sister Jean (who he also took care of!) just last month. He seemed so happy to be retired and with his family. I will miss my ‘work Dad’ very much. My thoughts are with Carlos Jr and the entire family. RIP.

Posted by:
David Panza

Posted on:
February 7, 2021

My deepest condolences for your loss, Carlos and Jen. Although I did not know Carlos Sr., I can tell from the beautiful obituary that he was someone who cared deeply about humanity and about the importance of laughter and good cheer. The world certainly needs more people like him. I hope you will take great comfort in the joy he was able to provide you and I'm sure so many others in his lifetime. Again, my deepest condolences. Sincerely, David Panza.

Posted by:
Joke Han

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

My deepest condolence to the Pineiro family. Today is a sad day the world just lost a genuine good guy. He loved life his family and always see the glass half full. When we first met I felt this was a friendship in the making. especially when we understand each other odd sense of humor. My favorite is the huge smile that he carries, rub his hands together and bust out with his corky laugh. You left a Legacy. I will miss you my friend Love, Joke and South Slope Auto family

Posted by:
Angie Vega

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

My condolences to the Pineiro famy. Carlos was of the the first people I met when I started DOITT...Even after he retired he called to check up on me. Carlos you will truly be miss. RIP....

Posted by:
Angie Vega

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

My condolences to the Pineiro famy. Carlos was of the the first people I met when I started DOITT...Even after he retired he called to check up on me. Carlos you will truly be miss. RIP....

Posted by:
Susan Potenzano

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

Amy, Julio, and family, Dave, Lily, Ben, and I are all so sorry for your loss.

Posted by:
Angel

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

I will miss You, Carlos. I will miss your can do nature. I will miss your Love of Family. I will miss the way You came to my rescue. I will miss the way You messed with me. Most of all, I will miss the way, You made me Laugh. God, will be Laughing now. Rest in Peace. Love, Angel.

Posted by:
Awilda Feliciano

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

Dear Pineiro Family I send my sincerest condolences to the whole family. My heart goes out to you all. When I heard of Carlos Sr. passing, I got all choked up. I just can't believe that you are gone. Thank you for being my 1st good and funny memory at DoITT. Till we meet again S.I.P.  LOVE AWI

Posted by:
Aviva & Joe Giannotti

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

When my husband, Joe asked me if I remembered Carlos, I said, “of course I remember Carlos”, the nice guy who was very conscientious in managing agency responsibilities. Then my husband told me about Carlos’s passing; I was devastated. I didn’t know him that well but he was definitely impressionable with his warmth, great attitude, sincerity and vivaciousness. He was a personality to reckon with. I remember one day when I was waiting for my husband at his office, Carlos and I were talking about ethnic food and he asked me if I ever had empanadas. When I said no, he said, “my Mother makes the best empanadas”, I have to bring you some. In about a week, Carlos brought me his Mom’s empanadas. I was so touched and still remember that day, which was about 40 years ago. That was the type of person he was. Joe and I send our sincerest thoughts and prayers for your family’s healing; that pain will last a long time, but you are so very lucky to have had him in your life. People are not with us forever, but their memories are eternal and last a lifetime.

Posted by:
Anita Weisenfeld

Posted on:
February 6, 2021

Dear Carlos and Family, I was very sorry to learn of your father's death. Please accept my sincere condolences. Anita

Posted by:
Javier Cortez

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

Posted by:
Javier Cortez

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

Meet Carlos at the age of 16 when he became my boss at CDCSA (DoITT). He was always happy and joking around, he loved to make people laugh. When I had no money for lunch he would always buy me food. I loved getting to work early just so I could hang out with him in the van and joke around. Sometimes he would take me to his house on the weekends and treat me like one of his own, I loved his family. Thank you Carlos for always being an amazing person and for being like a second dad to me.

Posted by:
Javier Cortez

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

Posted by:
Nicole Bloomfield

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

My condolences and prayers to the Pineiro Family. Carlos was one of a kind. One of the sweetest, most generous and genuine people I know. Carlos was a friend and one who will be missed by all those who knew him.

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

A few years ago I missed the ferry to Governors Island for the Agency retreat, Carlos noticed I was alone and unsure of myself and waited with me and chatted and even offered to pay for my hot dog as we waited for the next boat. Before that day, I only said hi and bye in passing. He was so kind to me, someone he did not know. I will always remember that small act of kindness - he was a friend when I needed one. Deepest condolences to the family.

Posted by:
Marie Ramharakh

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

My condolences to the Pineiro Family. I met Carlos in 1986 when I started working with the City. He was a genuine kind hearted person. I will never forget his laugh and always joking around and teasing everyone he worked with yet he took his job seriously. He will be sorely missed. RIP my friend.

Posted by:
Tom D\'Auria

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

My condolences to the Pineiro family. Carlos was a good friend and colleague since I first met him when I joined the City in 1979. Whenever we needed anything for the Agency, Carlos was the go to guy. He enjoyed life and we always had a good time together. He will be missed by all that knew him.

Posted by:
Alberto & Rita Gonzalez

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

Our deepest condolences for your loss. May God bless the Pineiro-Acevedo family and give you strength. With love, The Gonzalez Family (Al, Rita, Alexa & Gigi)

Posted by:
Carlos G Roedan

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

Carlos with his grandson Carlos

Posted by:
Racquel Roedan

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

Miss you so much daddy!

Posted by:
Liz Rolon

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

My condolences to the Pineiro family. I’m in disbelief that you are gone. I pray that God give your family peace and comfort. I’ll always remember the laughs and good times at DoITT. Thank you for letting me know when our boss was on his way upstairs. Your good spirit, sense of humor and witty remarks will always be remembered. RIP my friend.

Posted by:
Anatashia Simon

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

A smile to remember and a genuine heart! My deepest condolences to the family.

Posted by:
Joseph Sorrentino

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

My condolences to the family and friends of Carlos. I first met Carlos in summer of 1974 , he was working with my brother Nick for the City of NY. I also starting working with them. Carlos and I became very good friends. We worked hard and we also had a great time. So many laughs. Hexwas also with a smile. WE were together on 9/11. when the first tower came down around us and he injured his ankle. My entire family loved him I cannot beleive he is gone. I will miss my Carlito.

Posted by:
Joseph Sorrentino

Posted on:
February 5, 2021

My condolences to the Piniero Family. I first met Carlos in tge summer

Posted by:
Eugene Sposato

Posted on:
February 4, 2021

To the Pineiro Family, my deepest sympathy and prayers are with you. I first met Carlos at DoITT when I first started back in 1999. I always found him to be a friendly, loving and funny person, ready to help all. God Bless you all. Gene Sposato

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
February 4, 2021

Carlos will be missed by all he knew at DoITT. He was a great friend and would do anything for others, always with a ready smile. I valued and will miss his friendship, quiet wisdom and sense of humor. My deepest condolences to the family.

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
February 4, 2021

Carlos will be missed by all he knew at DoITT. He was a great friend and would do anything for others, always with a ready smile. I valued and will miss his friendship, quiet wisdom and sense of humor. My deepest condolences to the family.

Posted by:
nichelle corbett doitt payroll

Posted on:
February 4, 2021

To the family, My condolences and prayers are with you. Carlos was a kind and loving person he will be missed by DOITT.

Posted by:
Jerry Valonis

Posted on:
February 4, 2021

To the Pineiro Family: Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Ann, Jerry, Patrick Valonis & Family

Posted by:
Jerry Valonis

Posted on:
February 4, 2021

To the Pineiro Family: Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Ann, Jerry, Patrick Valonis & Family