“Bonnie and Jeff and family, I'm sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you.
“Mark, you are such a wonderful, caring, fantastic person; you have the ability to make anyone and everyone smile and laugh. You will be missed so, so much by all of the people whose lives you have touched. We love you and miss you. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
“My sincere thoughts and prayers to all of you.
I had the pleasure of "hiring" and working "with" our "Lunchbox"!!! at Master Collision
We are all blessed to have known you Mark... you have left such a positive and lasting impression on many... and although miles separated us in recent years... I am honored to have known you and blessed beyond words to have had the opportunity to call you a friend... I am certain that the light in heaven is alot...
“My heart is heavy not only for the family but for ALL the friends that are so sad about the loss of Mark. He was a GREAT friend to so many. Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you. We need to tell those on earth how much we appreciate them and love them. HUGS and LOVE to all.
“My thoughts are with you and your family, Mark. I am deeply sorrowed to hear about your far too early passing. You were one of the best guys I have had the opportunity to befriend. I will never forget the days when we RC'd it up for nearly two years straight. Going to miss you man.
“I will forever love you Mark. I am ever grateful that God lent you to us. You will continue to be such a powerful presence in my life. Your smile could light up a room and your sense of humor was unparalleled. Save a place for me until we meet again my friend. xoxox
“So deeply sadened about the news. Mark, You will be missed. I had the pleasure of working with Mark @ Paramount Collision in Minneapolis for a few years that he worked here. I will remember all of the laughs and fun times. God must need a Body Tech up there to help out. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
“My prayers are with all of you in this dreadful time.
Smith, Mark A. age 31, of Burnsville, passed away November 8, 2012. Preceded in death by his father, Sheldon and grandparents: Dorothy & Harold Nemitz and Alice & Chuck Smith. Survived by his mother, Bonnie; brother, Jeff (Sandy) and nieces: Sophia & Stella; also by other loving...Read More