Mark was a great individual. I worked with Mark during my year at Silver & Freedman in the Estate Planning department. He was one of the funniest, nicest chilled man with an amazing smile n cool stride ... He definately will be missed.
I worked with Mark briefly at MSK. He was one of the nicest person I have ever met and he will be missed.
Mark was an absolutely lovely man. It was great to know him for the brief period that I did. His warm sense of humor made me laugh often and his excellent taste in music was a topic of many interesting conversations. Mark will be missed.
I only briefly knew Mark. And yes, I would concur that he was "the nicest and warmest person one could ever meet". His lovely daughter Alison had stepped aside from his invitation to see The Cars play in concert in May of 2011. She said "Dad let Roger use the ticket on his birthday and go instead of me". So I had the opportunity to hang out with this wonderful man and listen to a favorite "band from the past"! Very fun experience indeed. I am so thankful for that. And, more recently we got to hang out for lunch. I said I would buy but he "stole" that giving moment from me and would not let me buy lunch!
What a sad day it was to hear that he had so suddenly "checked out" without any provocation that anyone was aware of. I am glad to have had the opportunity to interact with such a fine person if but for a brief time. My heart goes out to all of his family and friends for their tremendous loss and pain. My prayers are with you. May God receive Mark into his Infinite Heart.