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Obituary for Felix J. "Phil" Pittorino

Pittorino, Felix J., “Phil” 81 of Acton, MA died after a short illness on December 29, 2020 at Emerson Hospital. Phil was born in Newton, MA to Josephine (Cappadona) and Joseph Pittorino. He graduated from Waltham High School class of 1958. He is survived by his loving wife Sandra (Sablone) Pittorino and was the devoted father to Stacey Pittorino Page of Acton, and Joe Pittorino and his wife Jonida of Stow. Also a beloved grandfather of Cameron, Jordan, Avery, McKenzie, Julia, Rachel, Felix, Luke, and Bella. Phil was also the dear brother of Nancy Silva of Acton, Gerald Pittorino and his wife Dorothy of Waltham, Linda Pittorino of Groton and the late Joseph Pittorino of Littleton along with many cousins, nieces and nephews.

He had a smile that would light up the room, especially when his grandkids were around. If you asked his grandkids what word they would use to describe “Grampie” there are many: Cameron-fearless, Jordan-humorous, Avery-loving, Kenzie-hard working, Julie-happy, Rachel-dependable, Felix-persevering, Luke-ice cream.

Following in the family tradition Phil joined the land development business with his two brothers, later expanding into three successful companies. Phil’s passion for land development led him to many extraordinary ventures including developing property throughout New England and the acquisition of everything from castles to golf courses. Ultimately he transitioned out of contracting into a full time venture in the golf course industry.

With a relentless work ethic, and through tireless hours, Phil developed Wedgewood Pines Country Club from the forest it was to what Wedgewood is today- a family business with a family membership. His greatest joys in life were his children, grandchildren and wife along with the Wedgewood employees and members who he also considered family. When nobody thought it could be done, Phil bought it, built it and developed it into one of the best golf courses in Massachusetts.

He will live forever in our hearts.

Public visiting hours are Tues. Jan. 5th from 3:00-6:00pm at the Acton Funeral Home, 470 Massachusetts Ave (Rte 111) Acton. Masks are required and social distancing is observed. Due to capacity restrictions, the funeral Mass in St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church and burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Acton Center are private for immediate family. However all who would like to watch the online live stream of the funeral Mass are welcome to visit the following link starting at 9:55am on Wed. January 6th. Copy and paste this link to your browser:

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In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to The Wounded Warrior Project PO Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas 66675-8516, also online at

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