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MARK INTINO


1944 - 2016
MARK INTINO Obituary
MARK INTINO 1944-2016 Mark A. Intino, 71, of Las Vegas, passed away Monday, Jan. 18, 2016, at Mountain View Hospital, with friends and family by his side. He was born Nov. 5, 1944, in Utica, N.Y., the son of the late Frank and Anna (nee Costa) Intino. He was a graduate of T.R Proctor High School and State University of New York-Oswego. For many years, Mark was a stock broker in California and had spent the past 26 years as a financial advisor in Las Vegas until retiring in 2011. Mark was of Catholic faith, had a deep love for family and friends, and was incredibly generous to those around him. He served for two years in the Peace Corps in Malaysia in the late 1960's, was an avid sports fan all his life. He also enjoyed video poker, good movies and music, live concerts and theater performances. Mark was preceded in death by his brother, Paul F. Intino of Utica; his uncle, Mark A. Intino of Utica; other aunts and uncles; and Kim's mother, his former wife, with whom he remained friends throughout their lives, Lola J. Longo of Utica. He is survived by his devoted daughter, Kim Intino of Montgomery Village, Md.; his brother and sister-in-law, Gates and Eliza Intino of Redondo Beach, Calif.; his sister-in-law and nephew, Linda Intino and Paul C. Intino, and family of Utica; his uncle and aunt, Alphonso and Mary Stiffa of Utica; his aunt, Jane Melchiorre of Utica; his niece, Mary Ann Curro of St. Paul, Minn.; and several cousins. Mark is also survived by many dear friends on both coasts and was especially close to his buddies Vivian Nash and Richard Colasanti of Las Vegas, who never left his side at the hospital. Mark's wishes were to be cremated with no memorial services. Those wanting to honor him may do so by making a donation to one of the following organizations the Paralyzed Veterans of America, any charity that protects homeless and abused animals, or any charity that promotes the conservation of tigers, an animal that always fascinated him.
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