Los Angeles, CA – Cisco Pinedo the founder and owner of Cisco Home unexpectedly passed away on February 11, 2023. He left his closest friends, family, and loved ones “stunned,” “hollow,” “lost” and “paralyzed”. Last Saturday, while on vacation with friends in Mexico, he unexpectedly died from a heart attack. Cisco’s creativity, business ingenuity, friendship, and expansive generosity of spirit has been an important part of so many lives and livelihoods.
Cisco felt invested in the businesses and well-being of customers and vendors and grew endeared to many of you, considering you first and foremost as friends close to his heart.
Who was Cisco Pinedo?
Cisco Home is a pioneer business in creating high-quality, sustainable furniture. Cisco came to America as an undocumented immigrant and grew up poor in S. Los Angeles. But those challenges did not deter his firmness of purpose. Cisco was an artist, an intellect, a humanitarian, and just a really good person. Cisco was a shining example of what is best about Americans–optimism, goodwill, generosity, and an undying commitment that anyone can find success in our nation.
Cisco Pinedo was not only the coolest cat in the room but one of the most generous, kindhearted and selfless people who have walked the planet. The expression “He never said a bad word about anyone” could have been first said about him.
Cisco Pinedo discovered his love for furniture while still a high school student when he landed a position at a modest Huntington Park, California, store. By the time he was in his early twenties, he and his wife, Alba, were running a successful custom furniture business out of the garage of their South Central residence. Each original design by Cisco reflects the company’s strong ties to family and the natural world. His furniture mixes health, happiness, and home in a cozy, responsible approach because he believes these things are all strongly related.
Cisco Home has been making uplifting settings that feel good for more than 20 years. At our corporate headquarters in the center of Los Angeles, skilled local artisans proudly construct each one-of-a-kind piece. Every item, whatever of size, adds enduring beauty and charm to your house.
Setting the bar for environmentally friendly furniture production is Cisco Home. Cisco’s designs combine the rustic features of rural practicality with sophisticated, metropolitan elegance, from unusual wood and metal objects to upholstered furniture cleaned with eco-friendly detergents. Each of our goods features a special blend of high-quality design, aesthetic appeal, and responsibility.
Sustainability is the norm at Cisco Brothers, not an extra or a choice.
Funeral arrangements will be officially released by the family.
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