Have there been individual satellites that have been deployed into Earth orbit (or beyond) and recovered safely back to Earth's surface more than twice?
Deployed means it's not a launch vehicle itself, and has no substantial propulsive capability beyond attitude control and minor adjustments.
Recovered also rules out anything that can re-enter the atmosphere by itself, so no space planes or shuttles.
Satellite means that it should pass the "Does it look like a satellite and quack like a satellite?" test. It has a battery and/or solar panels, at least a small computer, and can actively control its own attitude (ADCS), and does something useful.