DOMINIQUE NINO
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DOMINIQUE NINO Dominique Carl Nino, 37, of Las Vegas, passed away Friday, May 15, 2020. Everyone knew him as "Bubba". He was kind hearted, full of laughter and always the first to lend a helping hand. His greatest roles in life were being a son, brother and most of all a father to his two beautiful children, Wyatt, 6, and Elena, 4. He is survived by his parents, Aaron R. Nino and Eva Thomas Nino, brother, Aaron Nino, Jr., his grandmother, Helen Thomas, many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Due to Coronavirus restrictions, services were private.



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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jun. 21, 2020.
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June 21, 2020
Dominique was an amazing man, he was the Senior class president at Bishop Gorman high school, he played football and was an amazing wrestler. Dominique was the most kind hearted man I have ever met, he cared for both animals and people with an extreme amount of passion and love. He was a dedicated father raising two children, working a full time job and nurturing a fruitful toy making career! Dominique loved to design and create resin toys for children and collectors alike. I will mis him mostly for the way he lit up a room and made everyone laugh. My brother was the funniest person all the time and could bring his friends and family to tears with his physical comedy. I love you Dominique Nino, you are our angel, my rock, our strength and motivation to be great people!
Aaron Nino
Brother
June 21, 2020
Dominique was an amazing man, he was the Senior class president at Bishop Gorman high school, he played football and was an amazing wrestler. Dominique was the most kind hearted man I have ever met, he cared for both animals and people with an extreme amount of passion and love. He was a dedicated father raising two children, working a full time job and nurturing a fruitful toy making career! Dominique loved to design and create resin toys for children and collectors alike. I will mis him mostly for the way he lit up a room and made everyone laugh. My brother was the funniest person all the time and could bring his friends and family to tears with his physical comedy. I love you Dominique Nino, you are our angel, my rock, our strength and motivation to be great people!
Aaron Nino
Brother
June 21, 2020
Eva Thomas
Mother
June 21, 2020
My condolences to the family. I'm sorry for your loss.
Amy Jo Saccomano
Friend
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