Mario Taglienti

June 3, 1940November 17, 2018
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Taglienti, Mario, 78, of Coral Springs, passed away November 17, 2018 in Greensboro, North Carolina. Mario was born in Italy on June 3, 1940 to the late Silvio and Filomina (Visca) Taglienti. He and his brother migrated to the United States and Mario worked as a Barber. Mario enjoyed cooking for Sunday family meals especially bar-b-que and Italian dishes. Family was the most important to him. Those left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 54 years, Agatha, daughter, Lucia Reicherter, sons and daughters-in-law, Mario and Ann Marie Taglienti, Marc and Anastasia Taglienti, grandchildren, Anthony (Olivia) Taglienti, Francesca Reicherter, Rocco Reicherter, Michael Taglienti, Anastasia Taglienti, Ava Taglienti, Melania Taglienti, nephew, Silvio (Linda) Visca, great niece and nephew, Robert Visca, Stefano Visca, Isabella Visca and many extended family. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, December 4, 2018, 2:00 - 4:00 and 6:00 - 8:00pm at Kraeer Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 1655 University Drive, Coral Springs, Florida. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 11:00am at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, 1401 Coral Ridge Drive, Coral Springs, Florida. Entombment to immediately follow at Queen of Heaven Cemetery, North Lauderdale, Florida.


  • Visitation Tuesday, December 4, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, December 5, 2018
  • Committal Service Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Mario Taglienti

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Alex Kato

January 14, 2019

It was the first week of January and I was past due for my haircut with Mario, as I do every 6 weeks. And as always, I was going to see my friend and have our usual passionate conversations about politics, family, work and overall life. Last time I saw him he was getting ready for his grandson's wedding (he was so proud!).

Mario was my barber for 15 years. Although we were almost a generation apart, he and I shared a lot in common: we were both migrants, my family is born and raised in Italy, my son is in the air force, passionate about food and travel, and family at the core of everything.

When I learned about his passing at the barber shop, I was surprised at the strong feelings of loss and how much he meant to me. I had to hold back tears and get a hold of my emotions. I can only imagine the feeling of loss to his friends and family.

I lost my longtime barber. But most importantly, I lost a good friend. I will sorely miss my 30 minute a month friend.

My deepest condolences to his family and friends. 'Che riposi in pace accanto a dio'

Joe Squarini

December 13, 2018

You don’t know me but my son and I were customers of your father for years. I am truly devastated by your father’s passing and just wanted your family to know what a beautiful human being your dad was. My son, Nico has Down syndrome and your father loved him and was loved by Nico. He always patted his head and said he was a good boy in that awesome Italian accent. He spoiled him with lollipops and NEVER let me pay him for cutting Nico’s hair. He even got mad at me for trying to at least tip Anyway, I just wanted to pass along my condolences. I am not eloquent enough to find words that express what a gentlemen I found Mario to be. I am so sad and I will miss him dearly. Please pass my prayers onto Mrs. Taglienti and the rest of the Taglienti family.

Brian Kopka

December 6, 2018

To the Taglienti family, I am thinking of you all during this time. I was Mario’s customer for over 15 years. I considered him my close friend and always told him over the many years that I see him and talk to him more than I do my family and friends. I have very fond memories of the conversations we had about family, cooking, business, life, and restaurant recommendations. He knew the most personal things about me and had a way of listening to people that I aspire to learn. He was the ultimate gentleman and I’ve learned a lot about how to treat people from listening and watching Mario. I will forever be touched by his kindness, humility, friendship, and his passion for people and family. I am so grateful to have met him and to be with him every 2 weeks for the past 15 years. He will be missed.

Ray Messier and family

December 4, 2018

We have shared many memories with the family when our children were growing up . Coaching baseball and having bar-b-ques and get togethers. Our deepest sympathies go out to Agatha and family

George Perdik

December 4, 2018

My son and I have been Mario's customers for almost twenty years now. But more than that, Mario was my friend. We had countless conversations about our families, our memories from the "old" country (Italy for him, Greece for me), the endless summers growing up there, the taste of eating figs and grapes every September. The trips we took in life, the vacations, the cruises, everything... But most of all it was conversations about our wives, our children, our grandchildren, our parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters, nephews and nieces. All about the family and what it means in a man's life. I saw him last at the end of October. We shook hands and told him my usual "see you in a few weeks Mario"... Mrs. Taglienti and family we are so very sorry to hear about Mario's passing. He will be missed by all of us that knew him. We wish you great health and a long life up ahead and to keep Mario in our hearts forever. George and Ted

Patricia and Robert Speedy

December 4, 2018

Remembering happy times at the Symphony with you, Agatha, and Mario during happy hours and dinners out when Mario got home from work. Our hearts go out to you and your family. Wish we could give you hugs and love in person, but we’ll make it up for it when we return to the Symphony soon.❤️❤️❤️
Pat and Bob

Michael Biondo

December 4, 2018

Agatha and Family, Please accept sincere condolences from Debra and me on Mario's passing. We are so sorry for your loss. With Sympathy, Mike and Debra Biondo

Jesus Manresa

December 3, 2018

Mario was a great friend. He cut my hair at Carl's for many years first in Davie then in Weston. He would always talk about his family. He will truly be missed. Rest in peace my friend. My condolences to the family.

Donna Fera

December 3, 2018

To the Taglienti Family,
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Mario truly loved to cook and it showed through his hospitality, his stories , and holiday dinners on Thanksgiving and Christmas that I attended that showed true meaning of him with his family and grandchildren. My deepest condolences to Agatha and family.
Love, Donna Fera

arlene and mike johnson

December 1, 2018

agatha, family, friends. agatha was his love, family was always first, and if you were a friend it was for life. what can i say . we really respected mario humor, conversations, and love for his family. we are really going to miss a really good man. always smiling and ready to talk. we wish to offer or condolences to the family and ask them to always remember mario as a true person, who loved them all