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Mark J. Semo Obituary
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July 18, 2018

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February 6, 2017
Mark was a great person I was his caregiver for over a year, we gotten to know a lot about each other. I'm so sorry to hear he had passed away, but I know he's at peace an no longer in pain
September 5, 2016
It is heartbreaking to know Mark is gone, on the other hand he has no more pain. I have known Mark for over 40 years. He went to Latrobe, and I went to Derry High School. Even though I moved away to Maryland to be a Federal Government employee we kept in contact. We exchanged birthday, Christmas, Valentines, St Patty, and even Halloween cards for years. We attended each others 20, 25, and 35th high school reunions. I even managed to get in class pictures as if I graduated from both high schools. We both laughed about that. We actually witnessed each other's lives. I graduated from Pitt and I think that encouraged him to graduate with honors from Westmoreland Community College. We went through 6 Super Bowls, 4 Stanley Cups, and 1 World Series . Every year we would meet at Steeler's Training Camp in Latrobe to cheer the next season on. Jeff Reed and Troy Polamalu (both former Steelers now) always came over to speak to him. Even though he lost a leg to diabetes he was always upbeat, never down. I spoke with him at least once a week. I will really miss him.