David Joseph Paladino

David Joseph Paladino

October 23, 1966 – July 1, 2021

Born in Omaha, Nebraska to Therese and Joseph Paladino, Jr.  David graduated from Norfolk Catholic High School and went on to receive a Master’s Degree in Real Estate from MIT, and a Stanford Business Leadership Degree.  Dave was the owner and operator Dino’s Storage, Paladino Development Group, and Landmark Group.

Dave had a zest for life.  He was a mentor to many, loved God and his church, time spent with his family and grandchildren, Nebraska football, CrossFit, reading, and learning.  His other passion was Bull Mastiffs rescue.  He loved them like his children.

Preceded in death by grandparents, Herbert and Genevieve Crilly, Angeline and Joseph Paladino, Sr.  Survived by wife, Lisa; children: Zechariah, Alexander, and Ila Paladino; stepchildren, Benjamin and Krystal Little; grandchildren: June, Violet, and Oliver Little, Isabelle Parker all of Omaha, NE; siblings: Kevin Paladino (Cindy) of Lubbock, TX, Jason Paladino (Ranelle) of Phoenix, AZ, Luke Paladino (Angie) of Omaha, NE; many nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles.

The family lost two angels as David’s great-nephew, Bear Nichols, age 15 was with him as they met the Lord.  Gone too soon but loved forever in our hearts.

Family will receive friends Wednesday, July 7th from 5pm to 7pm at the Christ Community Church, 404 S. 108th Avenue.  MEMORIAL SERVICE: Thursday, July 8th at 10:30am at Christ Community Church.  In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Camp Rivercrest, Fremont, NE.

3 Comments

  • Carl Rigatuso Posted July 6, 2021 11:09 am

    I was very shocked and saddened hearing of David and his nephews tragic death. I realize that the Paladino family is in pain and grief beyond what I could image and I pray for your healing. I only have had the privilege of knowing David for the last couple years . What I respected most about him was he was approachable and easy to talk with about anything. And I know he is a very busy man but he would always stop and talk with me whenever I wanted to do so. He was a good man in a mean world and may his family remain blessed and I will be praying with th that they can find healing and peace knowing he is still with them in spirit.

  • Michael Bohaty Posted July 6, 2021 12:21 pm

    Our deepest sympathy to Joe,Therese, Lisa, and all family of David’s. With regret, we are not able to be at the farewell service for David. My thoughts of David, lead me to feel that he saw success not as the world measures it, by how much money, looks, fame, or worldly possessions one may have. He measured it by accepting this life as it is, and doing, To make it a better world with his ethic of not giving up, working hard, and keeping his faith, all with his family in mind.
    Our prayers are with you’
    Michael and Cyndee Bohaty

  • John Treantos Posted July 15, 2021 10:52 am

    I was so sorry to learn of Dave’s passing. Though he was extremely busy he always had time. His energy and desire to make life better in this world in known and unknown ways will be missed. Memory eternal.

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