Mark L. Aiazzi

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Aiazzi, Mark L. 2/13/1956 - 1/13/2013 Beloved husband and best friend of Joan (nee Childress) for 32 years; loving son of Josephine and the late Louis Aiazzi; much loved brother of Karen (Michael) Diehl; perfect and cherished father of Sarah (Corey) Miller, Anthony (Cynthia), Mary (Daniel) Speciale, Matthew (fiancé Anna Monrotus) and Rose Marie; proud grandfather of William Mark and Benjamin Conrad Miller and grandbabies Aiazzi and Speciale, both due in May. Favorite uncle and Godfather of many. Faithful friend to all. Mark was the owner of Rigazzi's Restaurant, where he served frozen fishbowls, plates of pasta and quick wit for over 40 years. He was a devoted coach, an avid St. Louis sports fan, a sports radio talk show junkie, a competitive fantasy football player (and he usually won!), a comic genius and a wonderful man. Mark was faith-filled and kind; he would always thank a service man or veteran and would ask you to do the same. He will be profoundly missed. Services: Visitation 4-9 pm Wednesday, January 16, at HOFFMEISTER COLONIAL MORTUARY, 6464 Chippewa at Watson. Funeral Mass 10 am Thursday, January 17, at Our Lady of Providence Catholic Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Should friends desire, contributions may be sent to the Sick and Elderly Program of The Hill (2315 Macklind Ave., St Louis, MO 63110-2944). Friends may express condolences at www.hoffmeistercolonial.com

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Published in St. Louis Post-Dispatch from Jan. 15 to Jan. 16, 2013
Mark L. Aiazzi
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