A very dear friend! My family and myself will miss you dearly such a wonderful man!
Sorry to hear about Mark. I want you to know that I'll have a mass for him. Prayers also for your parents and for you.
My heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your brother. Mark and I shared many fun adventures throughout our educational process. He will be missed.
My dearest friend, how you will be missed, I will carry with me so many fond memories and joys shared along the many years I was blessed to have you in my life, I know I will see you again in heaven where we will once again smile and laugh...thank you for bringing such joy to my life and for making it a better place, I love you, your Carissima, Carmen and your fishin buddy Shannon xx
Paul, so sorry to hear about Mark. Both you and Mark were like big brothers to me growing up. Still miss the old neighborhood. Your friend
Dear Paul, This is Carolyn McNamara in North Tonawanda, NY. I lost Dave 12 years ago and Dave and Mark shared so many great times at Cardnial O'Hara and those muddy soccer games. I last saw Mark in Baltimore about 4 years ago while seeing DC with my son Dex. We had a good visit and out to dinner. I'm sure Dave was at Heaven's door to welcome Mark and said, come on in my dear friend. He will be missed. Love and Prayers, Carolyn McNamara and Family (my boys Jimmy and John send thier love and prayers also)
Paul, so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother, Mark. May he rest in peace.
Paul, I was a 1964 graduate of Little Flower with Mark. Several years ago we had a few reunions for our graduating class, and I am not sure if he attended. I can picture his face as if we were in Little Flower today. You obviously took care of him through his illness, and I am sure he will be missed by all. This has been a sad year, we have lost a few good people in our year and those around our age. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
My deepest sympathy and prayers to your family. Rest in Peace.
John S. Nosek,
Paul, I'm so sorry to hear of your brother's passing. Mike and I are thinking of you at this time. Lori and Mike (Catonsville, MD)
Paul, from what I remember of Mark; heaven is a much better place now... When I think of Mark it only brings a smile to my face... Awesome Guy...
Mark, thank you for your friendship, for such a great job marrying Donna and I, and for helping to get us through our senior year at Curley in 1973-74. You will be missed, God bless you.
Rest in peace, Mark. You made a lot of people happy, which is a good legacy.
John and Carol Stachura, old friends from Curley
Mark ,from our earliest days you were my best friend . I'll miss you and treasure our last conversation when we both got to laugh just like we did when we were kids. Paul I'll see you Tuesday. It was wonderful you were able to take care of him these last few months. Jul
I'm sad to hear of Mark's death. My thoughts and prayers will be with you. Mark was always an inspiration to us younger kids growing up in the neighborhood.
My heart aches to think of your passing, Mark. But, it also is Laughing Out Loud as I recall some of our pranks and practical jokes - escaping from Novitiate one night in search of music from the UofM Ag farm, rummaging through the car ash trays of visiting priests from Curley looking for cig butts, fishing in Granby MA ... walking our moms, dressed in Roman Collars, through the redlight distict of Boston to see Godspell ... you will be sorely missed
I guess my fondest memories were our trips to New York to see you before you got ordained. I will miss you my friend.....Phil Hundt
Paul, My thoughts and prayers are with you. He must have been a great brother because he was a great friend and neighbor. Always gave you a laugh and a good story.
So very sad to hear of Mark's death. When I think of Mark a smile comes to me cause he always seem to make me laugh. He was one good story teller. And, you were one great brother to him. My prayers are with you.
A friend from long ago, my deepest sympathy and prayers. Marty hernik buffaalo
MARK, FROM WATCHING "HAPPY DAYS" IN IN RM107, THE MINI MESTER FISHING TRIP IN 74,THE TRIPS TO BUFFALO TO WATCH THE COLTS PLAY, SEEING VALBY IN SOME BARN IN BUFFALO, FISHING IN HAVRE DE GRACE WITH THE THE VIETNAMESE GUY WITH THE 3 PIECE SUIT, ALL 3 PCS DIFFERENT ETC,ETC,THESE MEMORIES WILL LASTMY LIFETIME. RIP. LOVE YOU BROTHER. "THANKS JOE"
Thanks for your impact and friendship in Buffalo and the trail of friends you left us too!
I will miss you, Mark. Rest in peace, my friend. Love you!