Vincent Mandola Death -Dead – Obituary : Houston Restaurant Owner Dies from Covid-19.
We regret to report that Vincent Mandola has passed away, according to the following reports posted on social media and other platforms today July 19, 2010.
Mandola’s Deli wrote on Facebook.
The Mandola family has lost one of our own to Covid, Vincent “Bubba” Mandola. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, children, grandchildren and siblings. Vincent’s many friends and cousins, including Frank, will miss him dearly. Vincent is the owner of Nino’s, Grappino’s and Vincent’s. His staff and loyal patrons will miss him too.
Please please please be vigilant out there. Remember we are ALL tired of this temporary way of life. Follow the guidelines anyway! This is a real thing effecting our families, friends and communities.
Wear your masks.
Wash your hands constantly.
Stay home as much as possible.
Keep your distance.
Be skeptical WHILE you’re doing these things if that’s where you stand!
We’re a family at Mandola’s Deli! That includes you—from our newest customers to our veterans who ate at Broadway. Let’s do this together.
Stay safe and healthy!
Mandola’s Deli4105 Leeland St.Houston, TX 77023713-223-5186www.mandolasdeli.com
Cause of Death.
We have not cause of the information for the deceased right now, this story will be updated once we have that information.
The following are some tributes and reactions from social media users.
Julia Corbett wrote.
Early this morning heaven gained another angel. I never thought in a million years I would be writing this right now but life doesn’t always go the way you want it to.
This is very unlike me to talk about personal things on social media, but I wanted y’all to know what an amazing person my grandfather was.
If you know me, you know he was a huge part of my life. My Papa was the most witty, kind hearted, absolute caring, and strongest person I’ve ever known. He would always be cracking jokes and could put a smile on everyone’s face. To be able to provide for his family was a dream of his.
At 77 years old, he still got up every single morning at 7 AM and went to work at the restaurants until late evening. Everything this man ever worked for in life was his family and for that I’m forever grateful. From a St.
Thomas High School baseball recruit, to a Vietnam War veteran, to one of Houston’s finest restaurateurs, he taught me to be selfless, strong, a hard worker, and to appreciate the small things in life. Sorry had to brag.
I’m so thankful for the 19 years I was able to spend with him and I’m beyond proud to be his granddaughter. Please hug your loved ones and tell them you love them! I know he’s up in Heaven cooking everyone a meannn pasta dish. In loving memory of my Papa, Vincent Mandola, may you Rest In Peace and be with us always until we meet again ♥️