Dr. Robert Pino

robert  pino

May 20, 1939 ~ April 4, 2024

Born in: Brooklyn, NY
Resided in: Fort Lee, NJ

Dr. Robert Pino, age 84, of Fort Lee, passed away on Thursday April 4, 2024. Dr. Pino was born on May 20th, 1939, in Brooklyn, NY, to mother Olga Aversa Pino and father Carmine M. Pino. In his free time, he enjoyed reading, listening to classical music and attending the opera. An active presence in the field, he maintained memberships with several prestigious organizations. Notably, he is associated with Phi Beta Kappa and the American College of Radiology. Dr. Pino gained recognition in the form of various awards and accolades over the years. Notably he was selected for inclusion in numerous honors publications, including the 52nd through 72nd editions of Who’s Who in America, which were published between 1997 and 2019. He served in the US Army Medical Corps for two years from 1967 until his honorable discharge in 1969. Though Dr. Pino was proud of these recognitions, there are many moments over the years that stood out as crucial moments in his career. Once such moment that he considers to be on the of the highlights of his career is the time spent in the position of chief resident in radiology at the New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.

He is survived by his loving cousin Kristin, her husband Carlo Filippone and their daughter Nina. His cousin Diane Cilento and her husband Joseph Cilento. His cousin Laura Primavera and her children; Vanessa Primavera and Adam Primavera. His niece Alicia Becker, her husband Patrick Howard and her children;  Christian Thomas Kraay, Cassidy Diana Kraay and Calen Elizabeth Kraay. His nephew Christopher Becker, his wife Layla Becker and their children Lillian Becker and Walter Becker.  His nephew Frank Becker, his wife Stephanie Becker and their children; Nadia Marie Becker, Ajana Rae Becker, and Easton Elliot Becker. Predeceased by his loving parents Olga and Carmine Pino.

The family will receive their friends on Tuesday from 11am-12:30pm   at the Frank A. Patti and Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home 327 Main Street “opposite the Fort Lee Library”.  The entombment will take place at 1pm at the Madonna Mausoleum in Fort Lee NJ.  For condolences, directions, or information www.frankpatti.com or call (201) 944-0100.


Morning of: April 9, 2024 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Frank Patti And Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Directors
327 Main Street
Fort Lee, NJ 7024

Entombment: April 9, 2024 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Madonna Mausoleum
2070 Hoefleys Lane
Fort Lee, NJ 7024

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  1. Diane and Joseph CILENTO. We will miss you so much dear Bobby. I will miss our daily phone calls. May you RIP in heaven.

  2. I miss you so much more than words can express my dear sweet Uncle Bob. I just listen to every message you left me over and over, they mean more to me than gold. I love you so much. Xoxo

  3. Cousin Robert was an extraordinary man! I enjoyed our frequent calls in which he would recount his remarkable career, first in pediatrics ad later on as a pioneer in the field of radiology. He loved going to the great restaurants in in the NY area and hosted his family for many fine restaurant gatherings that I’ll always remember.

    Robert was an avid traveler, having visited Europe dozens of times. I enjoyed his stories of visiting Italy, France , Switzerland, Austria and many more. Often times, he would combine his love for the opera with trips to see his favorite composers in European opera houses. He loved his parents, and they would often accompany him.

    He was a lover of world history, and we would speak of the world’s great leaders in ancient and modern times and events. He was adept at speaking off the cuff about esoteric topics and always amazed me. Of course, he also loved watching Maury Povich and Judge Judy to balance it out.

    He was generous to many charities and civic groups. On our trips to his doctor’s visits, a secret pleasure was a trip to get a hot dog at Hiram’s in Ft. Lee or a trip to the Italian markets to load up on cannoli.

    He became a great friend, and I will miss him dearly.

  4. I don’t even know where to begin when talking about Uncle Bob and all the memories I have. I remember the smell of cherry pipe tobacco, racing him to see who would clear our plates faster (much to my moms dismay), giant books on radiology that he brought on vacation to read for fun, his Mercedes cars from the 1970s, the sound of the slideshows we would watch when he returned from Europe. I could go on and on. I love you and thank you for all these wonderful memories. Rest in the peace you so richly deserve.

  5. Uncle Bob,
    We miss your voice and those warm weekend talks filled with your captivating stories. You were a living encyclopedia – history, places, food, cultures… every topic became an adventure. Your knowledge, love, joy, and insightful observations brought the world to life. You’ve always held a special place in our lives, and that will never change. Love you a lot!

    • He will be missed very much. I would speak to him periodically. My mother Emma was Carmine’s sister, and I am his first cousin. I admired his accomplishments him and will remember him always. Love Maryann

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