OBITUARY

Carol Ann Pinto

Born May 28, 1943

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of our beloved mother, Carol Ann Pinto (Glowacki) of Southington Connecticut and Jupiter Florida on October 3rd,2020. She passed peacefully in the presence of her 4 daughters, Her best friend Sharen Falsetti and her partner Robert Manning.

She was born to the late John J. Glowacki and Emily Ott of Connecticut.

Carol graduated from Amity High School and later attended the University of Connecticut. She was married to Anthony J Pinto Jr in 1964 and together they raised 4 daughters.

She was the president of Lifeline Products Inc, manufacturer of hypodermic needles, in Wallingford Connecticut for over 4 decades. She was a Pioneer of balancing work and family life.

She was an accomplished artist, working in ceramics, painting, knitting and miniatures, who was deservedly referred to as “Crafty Carol”.

Carol enjoyed Spending time with family and friends. Her Fantastic food creations and signature dishes where much awaited-for by all at family gatherings. It brought Carol so much joy, always chuckling in the company of her daughters and friends. In her later years she was an active club member of mahjong, book, painting and knitting.

Carol shared 42 years of marriage with Tony raising their 4 daughters. Together they shared many memories of travel, food, love and laughter.

Her last 13 years were spent with her companion Robert Manning in Connecticut and Jupiter Florida. Together they shared their combined families and many memories of gatherings and laughter.

Carol is survived by her 4 daughters: Maria Pinto, Audra Pinto (Brian Mahoney), Nicole Pinto (Toby Barnes) and Erica Pinto (Adam Parker). She is also survived by her 2 grandsons: Rowan and Keane Mahoney, who Carol adored with all her heart, leaving loving memories to last a lifetime.

She will be sorrowfully missed by her friends, loved one’s and extended family.

Private funeral services have been entrusted to Della Vecchia Funeral Home, 211 N Main Street Southington. For online condolences please visit dellavecchiasouthington.com. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of one’s choice.

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Leslie Dziedzic

October 19, 2020

We send our sympathy to Carol's daughters. Your Mom was a longtime special friend. We laughed, traveled and enjoyed so many fun events together. She will be missed. May she rest in peace. Don & Leslie

Michael & Ann Mola

October 18, 2020

Remember all the wonderful times we had with Carol and Tony going out together many years ago. Glad we got to see Carol and Bob a few years back when they visited in Texas. May you all fine peace with your wonderful memories of your Mom, she was a special lady.

Lucy Lanpher

October 17, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. Carol was a lovely lady; I enjoyed playing mahjong with her and chatting on the block with her (she was a neighbor in Jupiter). I did not know her for a long time, only two years, but I liked her very much. I saw her and Robert taking a walk the day before she died, and I was shocked and saddened at her untimely death. I thought she had been doing well. We will miss her in the neighborhood and at mahjong. Rest in peace, Carol.

Millard Manning

October 17, 2020

Prayers for the family that God will be present in your lives and that presence will bring comfort. Always enjoyed time at parties with Carol and brother Bob and the good food she shared.

Nancy Sewell

October 16, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers for the Pinto girls.
As a young girl I looked up to Carol who seemed to miss the school bus on a daily schedule so she could come to my house and watch Bandstand with myself and my mom. She tried so hard to teach me to dance but being 10 years younger that was hard. We bonded again in the late 70’s when we both were pregnant. Time marches on then Shore Rd became the place Carol and Tony built a house 2 doors from me and the fun continued. We had so many laughs . We spent lots of time in Fla so it was only natural that we would buy in the same development as Carol. She was my closest family member and I miss her phone calls and so many laugh. R I P my dear cousin. Love Nancy and Richard

Nicole Pinto

October 16, 2020

I love you mom, forever in my heart you will be. 💔❤️ Rest in a peace

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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