Mario Repole

Mario Repole

August 11, 1951 - April 15, 2020
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With profound sadness, we announce the passing of Mario Repole, loving and devoted Husband, Father, Papa, Brother and friend to all whose lives he touched on April 15th, 2020.
Born in Rapone Italy to Vito and Maria Repole, he came to the US in 1963 and 13 years later along with his brothers started the well known “Three Brothers Italian Restaurants, where he could always be found. He was very involved with the community whether it was providing food for local organizations or sponsoring local teams.
He is survived by his wife of 41 years Patrica, daughter Alyssa ( husband Steve ), son Mario, granddaughters Rylee, Peighton and Makayla, grandson Stevie, loving brother Peter and sister in law Laurie, nephews Ravi and Gregg, nieces Sandy, Melissa, Sydney, Madison and Sophia and, friends and family too numerous to list but not forgotten. He is reunited with his Mother and Father and loving brother Michael.
Tremendous and heartfelt thanks go to the truly exceptional doctors and nurses esp Dr. Patrick Mille and Nurse Michelle Lasota at Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia who provided much more than medical care for Mario, but also a compassionate environment for the last 16 months.
Friends and Family will be able to celebrate his life at a later date to be announced.
Memorial donations can be made in Mario’s name to the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research, 415 Crossways Park Drive, Suite D, Woodbury, NY 11797 or online at
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Peggy Sugar

Posted at 06:00pm
I am so sorry about your beloved family member, Mario. I have been a patron of 3 BROTHERS, since I moved to MD in 1979. I remember the first 3 Brothers walk up counter in Beltway Plaza fondly. 3 Brothers Restaurant has the most authentic, well prepared, delicious Italian food in the Mid Atlantic region. I was raised in CT. Italian food was a treat and mainstay of my upbringing. My neighborhood was lucky to have multi generational Italian familes cooking real Italian cuisine daily. 3 Brothers helped me to acclimate to MD from CT. It was a source of great food and memories. I felt at home. 3 Brothers knew how to eat ! Pete has been a household name in my family for over 25 yrs. I wish to thank you with love for all your hard work and tireless devotion in making 3 Brothers a treasured commodity, always giving superb service and cuisine. I pray for Heaven to send Blessings and comfort upon your family during this sad and difficult time. God be with you all. Your talents have touched countless people. Pete, I am so sorry for your brother's loss. Take care. Prayers being sent your way ! Peggy Sugar & Family

olivia cook of Peacock Botanicals

Posted at 11:24am
"Mario Repole" brought so many gifts to our life. We will never forget him/her!
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Rev. Gail A. Addison

Posted at 10:45am
Mario was one of the first businesses to welcome Rev. Addison and her vision to the Port Towns. End Time Harvest Ministries (ETHM) continues to be loyal to Three Brothers because before we had money to do anything, for three years, Mario with his love for youth and this community fed our youth and their families free. Later, he became a board member. We will always remember him as an instrument of God’s love to ETHM. Thank you Mario for loving us selflessly.
Rev. Addison
End Time Harvest Ministries

RevDan Linger

Posted at 09:27am
The greatest blessing that can bestowed upon one when they leave this plane of existence is to be remembered as a good person.
Mario has this blessing! He was a good man! He believed in working hard, playing hard, and sharing even when it was hard! Mario came from parents that instilled these qualities in all of their children. I know his legacy will be the way he lived his life, the life he shared of course with his family, but also to his employees, vendors, charities, and the group of dedicated customers that I am a part of. My heart goes out to all the family and friends for this is a great loss. But keep the blessing of remembrance alive and tell the stories of this good man, Mario!!

Nicole Smith

Posted at 12:49pm
Nicole Smith - HR Specialist Chelsea School

I am absolutely heartbroken by the news of Mario passing. About a year ago I took on ordering lunches for the school, and being new to this I admit it was a challenge for me. Through all my late orders, and struggles to figure out what to order Mario was always kind, and there was not nothing he wouldn't do to make sure we were happy. Mario was a great man with such a kind heart, and he will truly be missed. My sincere heartfelt condolences to his family.

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