Aycock Funeral Home

1504 Southeast Floresta Drive, Port St. Lucie, FL


Robert "Chino" A. Perone

March 22, 1972August 10, 2019

Robert “Chino” Perone, 47, passed away on August 10, 2019, doing what he loved, riding his motorcycle. Born in White Plains, New York, he was the son of Nestor A. Perone (deceased) and Juana Perone.

Chino is survived by his wife of 4 years, Angela Van Den Brink, brother Anthony A. Perone (Nonie), niece Leslie Paczosa (Sean), and great nieces Alyssa and Danica Paczosa.

There will be a Celebration of Life on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at 2:30, at the Biker Chapel of Ft. Pierce, 5200 Oleander Avenue, Ft. Pierce, FL.


24 August

Celebration of Life

2:30 pm

Biker Chapel of Fort Pierce

5200 Oleander Avenue
Fort Pierce, Florida


Robert "Chino" A. Perone

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Joe Ghantt

August 20, 2019

Chino was my brother in "the world" I will miss him my condolences to family and brothers

Nanette Bishop-Eckard

August 18, 2019

I met Bobby as a grade school kid. He was one of my son's, John Bishop, closest friends. Bobby was at our home a lot. He was very respectful. He spent many nights with us. In high school, he got his first motorcycle. He brought it by to show it off. I treated him like another son. Even yelled at him at times, when needed. He will be missed by all his friends and family and always loved. God's blessings to his family.

Tony Perone

August 18, 2019

Reminder, Chino’s Celebration of Life is next Saturday 8/24 @ 2:30 pm at Biker Chapel @ The Crossings, 5200 Oleander Ave., Fort Pierce.

Going Away Party to follow at approx 4-7 pm at the Rough Rider MC Clubhouse 1632 SE South Niemeyer Circle,
Port Saint Lucie, 34952

All are welcome!

Jim Indoranto

August 16, 2019

Gino was a cool dude,was a awesome rider,and was down to earth.hung out with him and prospected with him with the S.O.G MC .we had a great time when we all spent time together .R.I.P my little buddy and I know your with Jesus and I will see u again. CHICAGO

Pete Bloom

August 14, 2019

Looking out, and taking in one of the best trips ever.

Shane Little

August 14, 2019

Pete Bloom

August 13, 2019

Too many memories that can now never be repeated. I had some DAMN good times with you my brother, you will be missed but never forgotten.

Shane Little

August 13, 2019