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September 25, 2018

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April 27, 2018
Living without you is very hard but your love and humour keep us going
March 2, 2018
I am a recently moved neighbor of Mark's and only just learned of his passing. A few months ago I saw him in my old neighborhood while walking my dog he always referred to asMr.B. My dog absolutely loved Mark as he always knows how to sense a good soul. Mark always smiled. I've never seen him without one. He was a kind, peaceful, gentle man who always stopped to to talk to you when he saw you. The world needs people like Mark and is at a great loss without him. He will be sorely missed.
February 4, 2018
From his sister,Christine whom he calledwrongful sister! He was Perfect Brother You always were I miss your insanely funny stories and jabs!! We r trying to live without u but it isnt easy! Lots of love xxxxoooo
December 25, 2017
Mark & Paula moved into their place shortly after my mother, so longtime neighbors. I first knew Mark when I lived out-of state and was visiting---unbeknownst to Mark. He would arrive to check on my Mom and put out her recycling. Now that's a neighbor! When I moved here, we became good friends. The last time I saw Mark was to meet the kittens he and Paula adopted. He embodied the holiday spirit, year round. I'm glad Mark walked among us.