Mario F. Barbieri

April 17, 1925November 5, 2020

Mario F. Barbieri, 95 was born in Marano Marchesato, Italy on April 17, 1925, and born into eternity on November 5, 2020. Mario was a loving husband to the late (Tosca Barbieri), loving father of Glen, Donna and Doreen; loving grandfather of Laura, Brandon, and Kyle; Beloved Brother to many siblings; unforgettable uncle to many nieces and nephews; and fond friend of many.



  • Visitation - 25 Person Maximum Limit inside Funeral Home due to COVID-19 Restrictions.

    Wednesday, November 11, 2020

  • Celebration of Life Service - 25 Person Maximum Limit inside Funeral Home due to COVID-19 Restrictions.

    Wednesday, November 11, 2020

  • Committal & Interment Service

    Wednesday, November 11, 2020

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angelo and lena sturino

November 20, 2020

Our prayers, condolences to one person of dignity and grace on behalf of our family to your family, through the friendship of Doreen, his daughter. To life. the twins,angelo and lena sturino.

Doreen Barbieri

November 20, 2020

So happy my Mom and Dad are together again for eternity.

Lisa Perkins

November 14, 2020

Doreen, Donna and Glen,
I am sorry for the loss of your father. My most recent memory of your father, perhaps the last time I saw him, was at a wedding nearly 20 years ago. I remember thinking to myself how handsome he still looked. But my most prominent memories were spending Thanksgiving with your family in the late 70's and early 80's. Your's and Auntie Erminia's family adopted us after their sister, my grandmother, passed away, so that we had a larger family to celebrate with over the holidays. I remember enjoying the delicacies prepared by your mother for Thanksgiving. Were we unique in having lasagna with our turkey ? I can still see your father cracking the chestnuts. The picture of your parents is from my wedding in 1987.

Mario Barbieri

November 9, 2020

My Dad's Uncle, so my Great Uncle. He was always funny and since I was the youngest at home my parents would often take me to Zio Mario's and Zia Tosca's to eat. I remember it well and there were a few years that we would see them around my birthday. I think i received the Yahtzee board game at least 3 years in row. I laughed about it then and didn't mind at all since it was very nice of my Uncle to even give me something. My mother and father send their condolences as well.

Gino Belmonte

November 8, 2020

Remembering sharing many Sunday family gatherings. From picnics on the beach to huge food fests with great food. Thanks for the memories.

Anna Barbieri-Ramunni

November 7, 2020

Dear Glen, Donna and Doreen so sorry for your loss. We have alot of memories of uncle Mario. I remember all the days that we spent together. I remember how he made us laugh. Over the years we grew apart but we always will remember him. Everyone take care. Love Anna Marie and family


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