Rene Fernandez Cintora, 36, passed away on Dec. 30, 2012. He is survived by his parents, Patricia and Rene; his sister, Paola; and brother, Roberto. Born in Guatemala, Cintora was a Fort Lauderdale resident who worked at several establishments on Wilton Drive in Wilton Manors. He most recently worked at the Pink Submarine and Infinity Lounge.

The passing of Cintora has left many in the local community saddened by the loss of what they are calling a good friend.

Dawn Cohen Holloway, owner of the Pink Submarine in Wilton Manors, worked with Cintora at her submarine shop frequently.

“He was an amazing person to work with,” Holloway said. “He had a smile that never ends.”

Cintora’s smile is a reoccurring theme on the guestbook for his obituary on

Wilton Manors resident Tony George was sad to hear of Cintora’s passing saying, “Your smile lit up any bar and you brought the same light to those around you.”

Cintora’s family held a service for him on Jan. 3 at Guiding Light in Hollywood, Florida.



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