Mark was such a great guy at the UHigh - always a smile or a joke. In so many years since, whenever I went into the restaurant, same smile or joke! Thanks Mark for putting a smile in my life.
Only knew Mark from behind the steam table at Rigazzi's since the late 70's. What a guy! As a transplant from Chicago it was fascinating that he never knew a stranger, and as a regular through the next 20 years on Fridays, I was treated as family. What a blessing this man was to the city of St. Louis. May he serve as he did, and his family rest in the knowledge the he was doing the work of a true ambassador.
Dearest Joan and Family. We are so saddend at this news. Our hearts go out to you. We will not forget Mark. He always greeted us as though we were his best friends and always asking about the entire family and what we were up to. He always had us laughing. We will miss him.
Dear Joan and family, Mrs. Aiazzi, Karen and family,
I am so very saddened to hear about Mark. Please accept our deepest sympathy at this most difficult time. Yes, Mark was ONE-OF-A-KIND! AN ALL-AROUND GREAT, GREAT GUY! Fun memories! MARK WILL BE DEARLY MISSED! GOD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU!
Love and prayers,
Thanks Mark, for my first job. Rigazzi's will not be the same without you!
SLUH class of 79