Oak Lawn Funeral Home

619 New Warrington Road, Pensacola, FL


Julio Pineda

September 23, 1944July 23, 2020

Born in 1944 in Nicaragua, Julio immigrated to New York at 16. The city quickly became his home both in fact and in his heart. He created a new career path doing electrical design and engineering for diverse projects including nuclear power plants, paper mills, and civil engineering works. Julio was The Most Interesting Man in the World and his life was filled with adventure and friendship. He took every opportunity to say yes to life and he gifted this outlook to his children. He brought humor and kindness to everyone he met and is beloved by friends and family. He had many interests, exploring the world through travel, books and photography. Although his life was vast and accomplished his greatest love was always his children. He was preceded in death by his mother Dolores, father Ernesto, sister Silenia, brother Cairo, and son, Brian Pineda. He is survived by his daughter, Darlene Pineda and son-in-law Stephen Carleton; his step grandson Robert; his long-time companion Lynda Kiefer; and his brothers, Ernesto, Max, and Marvin; and nieces and nephews. May his memory be a blessing. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the National Kidney Foundation at https://www.kidney.org/donation


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Harry Boyette

August 6, 2020

Our condolences to all the family at this sad occasion. Julio traveled with his long time companion, Lynda Kiefer to Pensacola to visit her home town. It was this occasion we had the honor to meet him. We shared many laughs and enjoyed our time together. I was looking forward to more of these days. A special heart felt LOVE to Lynda for being with him for so many years and for being by his side. He will live in all our mind and hearts. Love The Boyette's

Darlene Pineda

August 5, 2020

My father was my hero from when I was a little girl and he stayed my hero for the next 50 years I was lucky enough to share with him.

I miss you daddy


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