Buffalo, New York

Guest Book

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It's been many years now since we lost you. As you told me a long time ago time heals all wounds. We still miss you and you are responsible for the man I am today and I will never be able to be half the man you. You were there from my infant years. You got me into playing violin and having a great love for music. I know one day we will meet again. I love you and know you are watching over me and Mom.

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Mr. Repo,

I can't even begin to express the critical role you had on my life in the crucial years of high school. You deserved a long and peaceul retirement after your many years of excellence in teaching and your passionate leadership of Cinema Club and Philharmonic Society, but it is not to be.

I thank God for having met you and am honored to call you my teacher, mentor, and friend. Your passion for learning and genuine care for your students inspired me to want to...

Thanks for teaching me and so many others about so much more than math. You exemplified the ideal teacher. Requiescat in pace, Mr. Repo.

Mr. Reopolos,

The lessons you taught me went far beyond mathematics. You showed me that it is okay to do what you love, and that is something I can never pay you back for. I consider it an honor to have called you a teacher, mentor, and friend. You will forever be in my heart, a true inspiration for myself and countless other students.

There are no words...

Mr Reopolos, It was an honor to be one of your students and a member of the Cinema Club. I remember our discussions daily about math and about 'bad' films (Attack of the Killer Tomatoes). You were a great influence on me when I was a young man at St. Francis and your teaching style wore off on me. Looking back you were a big reason I became a teacher. Thank you

A moment of silence...


Bruce's Obituary

Bruce REOPOLOS passed away in Buffalo, New York. The obituary was featured in Buffalo News on April 21, 2012.