Steven P Pintore

Steven P Pintore

May 12, 1967 – December 26, 2020

“Look for the helpers. You can always find people who are helping.”

Mr. Rogers said it best. Steve was a helper.

Born and raised in South Omaha, Steve graduated from South High in 1985. He went on to become a Journeyman Plumber and spent several years operating Pintore Plumbing. He spent the last eight years at JTM Plumbing as the Commercial Plumbing Manager where Jon, Traci, and the whole crew were like family to him.

He was very good at drawing, math, problem-solving, observing, outside adventures, and cooking things for people he loved. Best of all, his sense of humor made him a joy to be around. He had a fine collection of friends (some new and some old) that he loved to spend time with. Always eager to learn new things, Steve spent the last few years learning how to snowmobile, traveling to Italy, and building the life he’d spent many years looking for.

He is preceded in death by his brother John. He is survived by his daughter Amanda; his parents John, Diana, and Linda; his siblings Sherri, Shelli, Denise, and Jason; his stepdaughter Ivy; his partner Teri; and his former partner Dayna.

A Celebration of Life will take place when we can all safely gather and give him the send-off that he deserves. If looking for a way to honor Steve, consider donating to a local program that sends young people to summer camp (like he did each year).

16 Comments

  • Casey Whittaker Posted December 31, 2020 3:21 am

    Amanda & Pintore Family

    I’m so sorry for you and your family’s loss. I helped take care of Steven in the ICU at Methodist and he was a very special patient to me. He fought for so hard and for so long and I know he tried his best. I’ll miss him, so I can’t imagine how you all are feeling. I’m sorry I didn’t get to meet him before he got sick. I hope your celebration of life is as joy filled as he was.

    Sincerely,
    Casey Renee Whittaker

  • Mike Pane Posted December 31, 2020 11:30 am

    I am so very sorry for your loss. Steve, Johnny and I spent a lot of time hunting and working together. Some of my favorite memories.

  • Carrie & Jim Bennett Posted January 1, 2021 1:56 pm

    From the moment Steve popped into our lives, we knew he was special. He instantly became part of our family. He was funny, and quirky, which we absolutely fell in love with. He was the most genuine person we have ever met. Even though it’s only been a couple of years, we feel like we have known him our whole lives. We created more memories than some people do in a lifetime. Our hearts are broken and we miss him so much. Our sincerest condolences to all of his family and friends.

  • Kay Schlueter Posted January 1, 2021 2:20 pm

    So very sorry for your loss
    He was a great son in law. Loved him. You will be missed
    RIP I will see you in heaven some day

  • Alex Nikiforuk Posted January 1, 2021 3:37 pm

    We are so very sorry for your loss. We really really enjoyed our time with Steve. I personally spent lots of time with Steve. He was a great guy! We and I have lots of good memories with him.

    Alex, Tricia, and the Olson’s.

  • Carrie & Jim Bennett Posted January 1, 2021 6:28 pm

    When Steve popped into our lives, we knew he was special. He instantly became part of our family. He was funny and quirky, which we instantly fell in love with. The most genuine person we have ever known. Even though it has only been a couple of years, it seems like we have known him our whole lives. We created more fun memories in that short time, then some do in a lifetime. Our hearts are broken and we miss him so much. Our sincerest condolences to all of Steve’s family and friends.

  • Crissa Snider Posted January 1, 2021 10:45 pm

    No words can express my deepest sympathies to the Pintore families. So much loss in a short time. Prayers for everyone! He was a kind man like his brother. I will cherish the memories. Fly high and hug your brother for me. Rest in peace, friend.

  • Angelique Scott Posted January 2, 2021 9:14 am

    I didn’t know uncle Steve very well. Probably not at all. Which is unfortunate. So I can’t really tell you any memories but from what I know about him he was a good man. My condolences to my cousin Amanda and the rest of the family.

  • Sean Jensen Posted January 2, 2021 9:17 am

    Rest easy Uncle Stevie! Im sure ur up there with raising hell with Johnny & my Dad. Take it easy up there. Save some good times for me. U truly will be missed. Love ya Unc!

  • Jim Sheppard Posted January 2, 2021 3:31 pm

    Ive known Steve for around 9 or 10 years and in that brief time I came to consider him a good friend.
    We all will miss him every day.

  • Lori and Bryon Coffin Posted January 2, 2021 4:01 pm

    Steve was a friend to many. My husband and I will cherish many fun times. He will be missed.

  • Denny fitzgerald Posted January 2, 2021 10:12 pm

    Steve was a very level-headed man he’ll be waiting with open arms up in heaven

  • Nicole Bastian Posted January 3, 2021 9:16 am

    My deepest sympathies to Steve’s family. You will always have a place in my heart. I knew Steve for several years and will never forget his support for my daughter and me. Rest In Peace Dude

  • Don & Celeste Smolinski Posted January 4, 2021 11:07 am

    How lucky we were to have known someone who makes saying goodbye so sad. A twist on Winn The Pooh saying. We remember him for helping our grand-daughter thru some trying times. Rest in peace

  • Jodi Bradley(Kozak) Posted January 6, 2021 6:16 pm

    Definitely a good man. I went to high school with Stevie.
    My prayers go out to his family.
    Terribly sorry for ur loss.

  • Debra Topolski Posted January 7, 2021 12:06 am

    RIP Steve you was a very special friend that will always hold a place in my heart!!! Untill we see each other again😘💞💞💞💓💓💓💔😢😢😢 You will be missed terribly!!!

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