Pio-Vilar-Obituary

Pio Vilar M.D.

Las Vegas, Nevada

1938 - 2020

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May 12, 2020
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Las Vegas, Nevada

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Pio Mactal Vilar, Jr., MD, 81, of Summerlin, died on May 12, 2020, after successfully defeating COVID-19 but not its aftermath. He was the loving husband of Ruby L. Batan Vilar, MD, for 20 years, as well as the loving husband of Ester G. Vilar, MD, for 35 years before her death from multiple...

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Pio was a great Friend and I had the good fortune to play Golf together many times. We also bowled together a few times. He tried to teach me. He was very patient, as I was lousy. We laughed a lot and had FUN. Pio was a very charitable guy. We just loved he and a Ruby.

Tony & Dottie

(Sorry for the delay. For some unknown technical error, our message sent on May 30 was lost and the RJ Obit asked me to try again.)

Our deepest heartfelt sympathy to Ruby, Carmela, Philip and family.
Pio was a happy, humble man who always smiled and made us laugh with his funny jokes. We will miss his smiles, laughs, warm hugs and fun times together (bowling). He may be gone from our sight but never our memories and hearts. We were blessed to have known him and be his friend....

ALOHA...Pio, Rest In Peace!
We will all miss you, especially your friendly smiles, jokes and bowling with you; fun memories.
The great 'Doc' Vilar was loved by all. He was a bowling member in the 'Senior Islanders' league for 18 years (2002-2020). He enjoyed bowling and was a mentor to many (he was a good bowler). He was always friendly and had a likable personality.
Sincere condolences to Ruby and family,
from The Senior Islander Friends

Pio was the kindest, most gentle person. We will miss his bright smile, quiet jokes. Our heartfelt sympathy to Ruby and family.

Great man and good friend easy to talk too always happy, calm and gentleman Hell be missed of course. Bye bowling buddy.
Be strong Ruby we here for your comport

I met Pio about 3 years ago in our regular weekly Monday bowling practice at Suncoast Bowling Ctr. He alwsys joined the poker card game without knowing this card gsme as Pio didn't gamble, and he would ask me all the time what poker hand he has, and in spite of this he would always win. We also played golf a week after we met and i waa driving the golf cart and remember how he would ask me to stop at a restroom almost after every hole because of his prostate surgery a year or two ago. I...

Our deepest sympathy to Ruby and Pios family. We will miss a dear friend. May you enjoy eternal bliss with our Creator.

Ninong Pios kind soul and giving spirit touched so many and will never be forgotten. Condolence to the family.

I see Pio with a huge smile whenever I think about him. His sense of humor and joy of life was most evident. He was a very good bowler too! My heart is broken for Ruby and all his family.