Marco Radomile, a beloved husband, father, grandfather, and friend, passed away peacefully after a brief illness surrounded by his family on December 28, 2023. He was 81.
Marco was born in Philadelphia on July 21, 1942, to Anthony and Concetta (Tina) Radomile. He graduated from La Salle University in 1965 with a concentration in philosophy and political science. He attended Georgetown University and U.C. Berkeley for graduate studies in finance. Marco was a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy from 1966 to 1969, serving as a personnel officer at the Naval Communication Station in Washington, DC. During his time in the Navy, Marco met and married the love of his life, Sheryl McBratney. They moved to Tiburon with their son Justin in 1969. They lived in Belvedere and Tiburon for over 50 years.
Marco worked as an investment advisor and real-estate developer, ultimately starting his own company, Bridgewater Advisors. Marco travelled extensively, spending time in Hawaii, Japan, and Hong Kong. He made life-long friends and discovered a love of the culture wherever he went.
Marco loved cooking classic Italian dishes inspired by his mom and grandmother and took immense joy in sharing this passion with his family. Despite his truly remarkable capacity and thirst for knowledge, he was an avid reader of mystery and spy novels. Marco will be remembered for his brilliant and irreverent sense of humor. He was charismatic, outgoing, and wickedly smart, but also incredibly heart-forward. Marco loved his family and children passionately.
Marco is survived by his wife, Sheryl Radomile, of Tiburon; his daughter Anne Gray, and her children, Georgia, Emma, and Joseph Gray, of Eugene, Oregon; his daughter Emily Radomile; and his daughter Mary Cooney, her husband, Liam Cooney, and their children, Quinn and Wyatt Cooney, of Corte Madera, California. He was predeceased by his parents, Anthony and Tina Radomile, and his son, Justin Radomile.
A mass will be held at St. Hilary Church January 10th at 1:30 PM. In lieu of flowers, a donation in his memory may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.