Nicholas A. Pierino

September 1, 1924May 28, 2014
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PIERINO - Nicholas A., Esq., May 28, 2014, son of the late Vincent and Frances (Longo) Pierino; brother of Rosaria “Sara”, Thomas (late Marie) and late Vincent (Bertha) Pierino; uncle of Donna (Michael) Nicholson, Thomas (Karen), Vincent (Lori), James (Teri) Pierino and Mary (David) Croglio, DDS; also survived by great-nieces and nephews. Family will be present on Sunday from 2-6 PM at the PERNA, DENGLER, ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME, 1671 Maple Rd. Family and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial celebrated from St. Gregory the Great Church, Monday at 9 AM.


  • Visitation Sunday, June 1, 2014
  • Mass of Christian Burial Monday, June 2, 2014

Nicholas A. Pierino

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Victor Silverstein

June 3, 2014

I extend my deepest sympathy to Nick's family.I have known Nick for most of my 60 years of practicing law in Buffalo.Although we never had a matter together, I knew him as a warm, pleasant gentleman with a smile. Nick was , probably, one of the most well liked attorneys in the area. I hope that the wonderful memories that you have of Nick will enable you to go forward in life.
Vic Silverstein

Vito Fulciniti

June 3, 2014

Mr Pierino was a wonderful person i had the pleasure to cut is hair for over 30 yers Vito the Barber Buffalo

June 2, 2014

Godfather Nick

What a guy. We go way back in the early 60's at Roc MAr Bowling Lanes with my Dad. Friday nights were special - Then came golfing at Delaware Park - Teh of to Lancaster with all the guys - Pete Costa, Lou Divencenzo, all the dago's. Nick was always the quiet one and he hit it left to right. Raquestball at the Romulus club andthen the Knights of Columbus with Unncle Casey Palisano and Phil my cousin. This went on for years and then the great Golf match for many years Nicky and me against Dad and Vinney Pierino. Oh did we win dinners! Wednesday nights at Creek side bowling - Ruby Reds - from the Blvd and I was the coach and then a teamate. Nick was always the anchor man. He was the stone man with a great heart. He then sealed my first business Castel Cpastel Consultants back in the 70's. We golfed, we bowled, we played handball, we played raquettball - Nick - I will miss you like you never know. Always a positive word for me to grow stronger.


Eddie Castellano Jr

melody david and & gabriel kazmiercak

June 1, 2014

what a wonderful neighbor ! we send a message of love and blessings to rose and the family

Cheryl Hellerman

June 1, 2014

We have truly lost a great neighbor and friend, our prayers are with you and your family. Cheryl Hellerman R.I.P.

Diane Nitkowski-Dolan

June 1, 2014

My condolences to your family. Nick truly was a gentleman. I had the privilege of working for him over 40 years ago, when I was in my early 20's. A kind, sensitive employer like Nick is a real rarity. He made a lasting impression on my life and, I am sure, on all the people who knew him.

Dan Ryan

May 31, 2014

So sorry to hear of your loss. He was a true gentleman and a great sport. I have only been lucky enough to know him for a couple of years, but I really will miss seeing him on the handball courts. As I mentioned, he was a great sport, and would never utter a negative word to his opponents, but he had the greatest habit of breaking into a jaunty little whistle whenever he was on a roll serving handball. There wasn't a guy on the court who wouldn't immediately start smiling when it started. My prayers are with your family.

May 31, 2014

So sorry for your loss.I played handball with Nick for many years. He was a real gentleman and a joy to be around. He will be missed, especially on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday on the handball court. Jim Roberts