Mark Wilhold
1961 - 2020
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Mark Wilhold
August 13, 1961 - December 3, 2020
Fairmont City, Illinois - Mark passed away in the hospital of Covid 19. Mark work for Kiesel fuel, & Consolidated Ice & Fuel most of his life. He was proceeded in death by his Mother Katherine L Wilhold & dear cousin Keith Huskamp. Mark is survived by Sherry(ex-wife) his Two children Casey Jo Wilhold, Dustin A Wilhold and his precious Grandson Lucas A. Wilhold. His Father Donald L. Wilhold Sr, His brother Donald L (Pam) Wilhold Jr and his sister Tina M (Richard-Hooch)Robinson Sr. His nieces and nephews, Stacy (JR) Cary, Donny (Amanda) Wilhold, Melissa (Jordan) Hustedde, Richard (Erica) Robinson Jr. HIs cousins Phillip Wilhold JR, Renee Kelly, Tracy Sutton, Sheila (Jimmy) Sutton, Kenneth (Tricia)Phillips, Ben Wilhold, Ashley Wilhold, David Wilhold II, and Ethan Wilhold Well as his Aunts and Uncles Alice (Sonny) Huskamp,Phillip (Donna)Wilhold Sr. Judy Phillips and David (Diana) Wilhold
There will be no Visitation. Memorials may be made to St. Louis Children's Hospital if you wish
I was once asked by a Priest at Barns Hospital in St Louis MO. where he went through a very serious Cancer operation and etc; if he was a special person? I said he is a ordinary person, only to me and some near him he was special.

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Published in Belleville News-Democrat on Dec. 24, 2020.
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January 13, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
John Rodriguez
December 25, 2020
I'm so very sorry to hear of Mark's passing. I pray God brings you peace at this time.
julie johnson
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