Dino Ray Einsig passed away peacefully at Vidant Medical Center on March 6, 2019 in Greenville, North Carolina at the age of 58.
Dino is survived by his mother, Stella Einsig of Coatesville, Pennsylvania; his wife of 26 years, Lisa Lynn of Jacksonville, North Carolina; his son, Dino Einsig Jr. (Valerie) of Jacksonville, North Carolina and his grandchildren, Madison, Triniti and Dean; his son, Danny Einsig (Sarah) of Raleigh, North Carolina and his grandpuppy, Tula; his son, Tyler Einsig (Kaylene) of Jacksonville, North Carolina and his grandchildren, Airiana and Alaina; his son, Jordan Smith (Heather) of Madison, Tennesse; his sister, Cindy Lou Dunkleberger (Jeff) of Coatesville, Pennsylvania and his nephews, Ren, Jed and Chris; his sister, Desiree Serafino (Joseph) of Middletown, Delaware and his nieces and nephew, Samantha, Joey, and Gabby. Dino is preceded in death by his father, Barry W. Einsig of Downingtown, Pennsylvania and his father in law, Robert Peters of Spring Grove, Pennsylvania.
Dino was born on August 10, 1960 in York, Pennsylvania to Barry Einsig and Stella Erb. He graduated from York High School in 1979. Upon graduation from high school, he entered the United States Marine Corp where he proudly served for 14 years. He served his country in Quantico, Virginia; Okinawa, Japan; and Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. He settled with his family in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina where he married the love of his life, Lisa Lynn, in 1993. After moving on from the United States Marine Corp, Dino worked for Onslow County, North Carolina as the Director of Animal Control for 22 years.
Dino was a generous and dedicated individual who loved spending time with his family. His favorite place to go with his wife was to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for their yearly anniversary. He participated in many activities with his sons, including coaching soccer and working on cars. He truly enjoyed spending time at the beach, fishing and riding his Harley with family and friends. He enjoyed visiting his Northern family in Emerald Isle, North Carolina and fishing on the pier every summer. He loved cooking out with the boys, his dogs and day trips to Wilmington, North Carolina. He was an active and dedicated teacher and mentor for the teen youth group at Christian Life Fellowship with his wife Lisa for many years. He was an amazing role model, not only to his sons but to many young men as well. Dino was a one of a kind person, a boss, a motivator, a joker, a kind heart, a stern teacher and an incredible friend to all. With his heart huge and humor just as big, he made a difference in everyone’s lives he touched. He loved fiercely and stood together with friends and family at times of need. Dino was a fearless leader, he was a kind hearted, selfless man who gave great knowledge and guidance to all he was surrounded by. Dino Ray Einsig will be missed tremendously but will never be forgotten. He will live on in the hearts of all the lives he touched.
A Celebration of Dino's Life is scheduled for Monday, March 18th between the hours of 4 pm to 7 pm at Christian Life Fellowship in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Military Honors will be rendered at 6 pm. All are welcomed to attend and celebrate Dino Ray Einsig’s life. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to https://www.gofundme.com/a-family-in-need-as-they-fight-cancer?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fb_u_g&fbclid=IwAR3twsF4PPRs7EdXppZtITvXaXUmgm73b7TY7fr_ud8wbjMqrERWSCdDWbA
The family would like to thank the staff at Onslow Memorial Hospital and Vidant Medical Center for their efforts and care.
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