Charles-Markwell-Obituary

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Charles Martin Markwell

Hazelwood, Missouri

May 16, 1943 – Oct 25, 2017 (Age 74)

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Charles "Mart" Markwell, 74, of St. Louis County MO, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, October 25, 2017. Beloved son of the late Charles and Lucille (nee Shull) Markwell. Mart is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Susanne (nee Masterson) Markwell; sons, David Thomas...

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So sorry to hear of Mart's passing. We had some fun telling jokes during those boring NATP tax seminars.
I will always appreciate Mart inviting me to Howard Johnson's for lunch every Saturday when we took the H&R Block tax course on the Rock Road...must have been 1975...instructor named "Grace."
Our condolences to everyone.

Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
The Campbell Family (Springfield, IL)

Growing up across the street from Mart and four years younger, just a couple of thoughts.

To his wife, I recall Mart just after he first met you. Happy, gushing! You were the one from day one!!

Grandkids and kids...some history: Mart grew up in a home built when Lincoln was in the Illinois Legislature and only a few blocks away. In the house, you can still see it and maybe the current owners don't know it's there, is a hidden staircase from a closet in the upstairs...

So Sad to hear of the passing of Mart. Condolences from my Dad and me.

George Ecklund Jr

Dear Sue and Family,

We are so sad today to hear of Mart's passing. We will always be grateful for the friendship we shared thru St. Louis Metro Pug Rescue. We will miss Mart very much for he is a very special man. Please know how sorry we are for your loss .

Love Always,
Dave and Cecelia Cooke

"I hope you can find some peace outdoors, where the world is always moving ahead. Plants die, trees fall over, animals and insects disappear. But for all that, the world still stays lush and beautiful, home to young plants and animals, and comfort to the older ones. Let it be that to you too. Let the time ease your present pain and bring all the future joy to you that he can give you now only in memory."
Written by my mother, Jeslyn R. Bruse sometime in the early part of...

I have no great words of wisdom to pass on. But I want you to know that I'm thinking of you all... and Mart. I'm so sorry for your loss.