Dino M. Palleschi

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Dino M. PalleschiB1959 - 2018BWINTHROP - Dino M. Palleschi, 59, of Winthrop, passed away at his daughter's house in Pittston with his closest family members by his side on Tuesday Oct. 30, 2018, after a brief fight with cancer.

He was born July 26, 1959, in Augusta, the son of Donald J. and Ramona M. (Lemuz) Palleschi.

He was a 1978 graduate of Winthrop High School and he often relived many memories of his childhood and young adult years. He often spoke of playing baseball and hockey with his childhood friends and countless memories of growing up with his siblings. In 1991, he graduated with an associate degree in Business at Kennebec Valley Community College. There wasn't a trade he didn't know. Among these things, he enjoyed carpentry, electrical, and plumbing the most. His most important accomplishment was raising his three daughters, his dedication and love in raising them will make them forever grateful.

Dino enjoyed playing golf on Sega as Big Daddy and on the course with his friends and family. He participated in the men's softball team, taking an afternoon to go fishing, and most of all he loved being with his daughters, grandkids and sons-in-law. He never missed a chance to go to his grandkids sporting events or a family gathering, as he saw family as being most important.

Dino will be missed by so many as his character was one of a kind. He was a loyal, hardworking, witty, tell it like it is, and fun loving man who always put his daughters, grandkids, sons-in-law, family and close friends first. Through his words, example, and principles he instilled values that many will hold close to their hearts. One wish he had was for people to remember him in their own way as we are blessed with many memories of him. His final accomplishment was to hand off his youngest daughter in marriage just a few weeks ago.

Dino is survived by his three daughters, Jill Milliken (and her husband Devin) of Augusta, Carla Ahearn (and her husband Brian) of Pittston, and Crystal St. Laurent (and her husband Daniel) of Mt. Vernon; his grandsons, Colby Bennett, Logan Bennett, Drake Ahearn, Evan Ahearn, Karson Melanson, and Spencer Milliken; three siblings, Elizabeth (Betsy) Rowe of Winthrop, Domenic Palleschi of Monmouth, and Liza (and her husband Andrew) of Waldoboro; and his two nephews and niece.

Family and Friends may visit on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018 from 4-6 p.m., at Roberts Funeral Home, 62 Bowdoin St., Winthrop. Dino would like all his friends and family to celebrate his life and not mourn for he was thankful for all his time with you.

Memories, condolences, photos, and videos may be shared with the family on the obituary page of our website at www.familyfirstfuneralhomes.com.

 

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Published in Central Maine on Oct. 31, 2018