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In Memory

Alan P. Pinto

Alan P. Pinto


Alan Pinto Obituary


Alan Paul Pinto
Dec. 18, 1943 – April 21, 2020 Alan Paul Pinto entered eternal rest on April 21. Born in Bridgeport 76 years ago, he spent most of his life in Milford. He leaves behind his wife of 54 years, Gladys (Horton) of West Haven, his son Alan Jr. of Milford and his daughter Amy Pinto and her partner Lee Nicolas of Milford as well as many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brothers, Frank, John, and Richard.
Alan was an automobile salesman for 40 years, and part owner of Pinto Auto Sales in Bridgeport. He was known for his tenacity, which saw him through several serious illnesses over the last 22 years. He fought hard to be with his family. He served his country in the Army Reserves.
He especially loved teaching his children, yelling at his Yankees, cooking shows, golfing, and making brownies and pancakes. When possible, a small family celebration of life will be scheduled.


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04/25/20 01:41 PM #1    

Dennis H. Watkins

So sorry to read of Alan's passing. I recognize his HS picture but we were not friends, If I remember right, we had ove 500 in our class of 1961. My sincere condolences to his family. Dennis Watkins

04/25/20 10:09 PM #2    

Gwendolyn R. Winkler

So sorry to hear this. Hope all stay well.

04/26/20 09:23 AM #3    

Alvin Golub

I am very sorry about the passing away of Alan.He went to Madison school with me in the 4th grade, he was a real nice guy.

04/26/20 12:06 PM #4    

Milton J. Levine

My condolences to Alan's family. I remember him from Madison School as well. At Central I remember him as quiet and friendly.

04/26/20 01:03 PM #5    

Michael D. Rosann

 Allan was a friend in high school as well as my next door neighbor for about 35 years. I knew him and his familywell and I am very sad to hear of his passing. My condolences to his family. 




04/26/20 01:39 PM #6    

Marie E. Coletta (Cocozza)

my condolences to the Pinto family;  i remember Alan from Madison school as well as Central HS

i also recall his Dad's liquor store on the corner of Hawley Ave?   

Marie Coletta Cocozza

04/26/20 01:59 PM #7    

Eric C. Schliebe

Very sad to hear Alan Pinto passed away. In 1956 Alan joined the North End Little League. He played for the Kermodes PHILLIES. He was a very nice guy, we played a lot of ball with and against each other. It was a very enjoyable time, and Alan had a lot to do with making it so. Condolences to the family.

04/27/20 06:13 PM #8    

Nancy A. Esposito (Madar)

My sympathies to Alan's family.  I also remember Alan from both Madison and Central.  He always had a smile on his face.

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