This week I said good-bye to my father-in-law Mario Rognoni. It was a time of remembrance, celebration, and reflection. As best I can describe him, Mario Rognoni lived life to give life.
- He cared more about personal interactions than personal possessions.
- He cared more about giving money to those in need than making money for his own needs.
- He cared more about the possibilities of the future than the failures of the past.
Mario was an eternal optimist. He saw possibilities where most people saw none. He embodied the phrase “Carpe Diem”.
May your soul rest in peace Don Mario. You left the world better than you found it.