Toni, Jorge, and Tiffany
Losing Mark is the saddest thing that has happened sense I met you all. I know we will see mark again I know before this tragedy we talked some but this has brought us more closer than I would have ever thought. I love you guys so much and if I can ever do anything for you at all please ask I will be here for you guys when ever. Mark love and miss you buddy I know we will see each other again.....
We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
Though I only saw him once or twice I remember what a wonderful child he was, please accept my condolonces. I am so sorry for your lost. Nydia Rios
The two and a half years I have spent loving Mark have been well spent, and I cherish every memory and moment of our lives together. I only wish that we could have lived out our dreams as we had planned them, that this tragedy had never happened. Mark, you made me a stronger and happier woman than I had ever been before I met you, and I am thankful for having you in my life to comfort and guide me. I have to guide myself now, but my path leads to you in the end. I always have and I always will love you forever and always. I miss you...
Your Loving Fiance'
I have no bad memories of Mark; he was always there to share some insight or to banter back and forth over video games. I regret not having photos to share with you all of our adventure in Middleburg. I remember going with him to Omega Park a year or so ago. We were there with my other friend, Tiffany, and he was spinning us as fast as he could on the little merry go round. I swear he almost made that thing spin right up into the sky!
I met Mark back in 10th grade where he tutored me in Spanish. No kidding, he was THE reason I passed my Spanish II class. At UNF we both had Dr. Barlow as an English professor and, once again, Mark comes to the rescue to help me revise my midterm paper…which I got an A on!
Though I didn’t hang out with him a whole lot I still acknowledge him as a true academic. He had the drive to better his life and the lives of those around him. My thanks and praise go to his parents for raising such a fine young man. It is my personal belief that I will see those who have passed once I, too, have passed. I look forward to meeting Mark again beyond His great gates.
Mark was a friend of mine in middle school, and will always be missed by those of us up here in Massachusetts. He completed our group and it won't be the same without him. May his soul rest in peace.
I had the pleasure of meeting Mark working at Dairy Queen. He was always a happy, positive young man. It really floored us to hear of his passing. I'm so very sorry for your loss. Take small comfort that he's moved on to bigger and better things.
Mark Alicea was a dear friend of mine. He was one of the most mature people I've ever met. He ALWAYS knew what to do in every situation. Very selfless person. I will miss him greatly, and we all will miss him. Condolences go out to his parents and Sonja.
We are so sorry for your loss,with our deepest sympathy.
Our deepest sympathy. There are no other words.
Mark was my student in English class and I was very fond of him. He will remian special. What a wonderful young man.
Toni, Jorge, family & friends,
There is no loss greater than losing a child. Toni, you spoke of Mark often and were clearly the proudest parent there has ever been. My thoughts go out to you and your family. If there's anything my family can do to help you during this trying time, please let us know. Toni, you can reach me at 904-318-7880.
I'll never forget when Mrs. Marcia went through her situation with her son just months ago, you were devastated for her. While the circumstances are different, I feel the same for you.
Angela, Tony, Bailey, and Emma Garman
I am very saddened by this news. Mark was an excellent player and leader on the Orange Park Academic Team. My prayers go out to his familiy and friends. Please accept my condolences. Kenneth Remsen, Academic Team Coach, Orange Park High School
I am so sorry. Unfortunately, I know how losing a brother feels. If you need anything, please stop by.
Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.
I will always remember Mark, and the great times I had the privilege of sharing with him. We were very close, and was actually looking forward to spending time together this Saturday. This is truly a tragedy. Rest in peace, Mark, and much love to the family, along with Sonja Stone.
I am very thankful to have known Mark. He was always willing to help me out with spanish or chemistry. We had many laughs and a lot of fun making spanish videos. He never had anything mean to say about anyone and was very talented in many ways. Whenever I had a bad day at school, he always did his best to make me smile (he succeded). And I will miss that. He will be missed by many more. RIP Mark.
Our family is very saddened by your loss. My daughters went to school with Mark and one Graduated with him. He was always helping them with their spanish work. We always enjoyed his presence in our home. Whether he was there to "help" or just stopping by to say "Hi." He would also bring my dog home many many times. He is in many of the "school videos" that my girls worked on.... I always admired him and often said "what a great guy!" We now live in California but got word of this by way of friends. It appears Mark had many of them and he will be remebered by many.....He was a blessing...now an angel. May god be with you and your family. RIP Mark....RIP our friend.
Karen and David Fenrich
Brittnee and Jaimee Mound