MARK-BYRNE-Obituary

MARK BYRNE

Hanover, New Hampshire

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BYRNE--Mark James, 55, passed away in Montreal, Canada on Thursday (April 6, 2017) surrounded by his loving wife Rebecca, his four cherished children, Sophie, Jacqueline, Matthew and Christopher, his mother Dorothy Byrne and his brother-in-law Tim Knox. Mark was much loved and admired by all his...

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So shocked and saddened to learn of Mark's passing, he was such a warm, generous and witty man with such a zest for life. He was a great help to me by employing me to be his chauffeur when he lived in London in the early 2000's. I have fond memories of Sophie and Jaqueline.. God bless you Rebecca and family.

I remember the day Mark moved into the hood, Bethesda MD, Mark and fhew of our RTB brothers traveled caravan to Daytona Beach FL. Mark in his Red Trans Am and Me in my White Monte Carlo. God Bless your family and its true that only the good die young. You accomplishments were huge not only for you but the unfortunate. Keep an eye on us Mark and show us the way.

I'm saddened to learn of your loss and my heartfelt sympathies to all of you. I worked for Mark at Flagstone, Haverford and St. Bernard and he was an extremely generous leader with high expectations for quality work. I appreciated that very much. His energy, entrepreneurial spirit and enthusiasm for adventure was inspiring. May you find peace and comfort in time with the memories of a great man.

Mark was one of my best friends in the world. We built companies together, built bridges, caught fish, played cards, talked A LOT. I am broken-hearted. Rebecca . . . . anything at all . . . . you know where I am . . . . Ted P.

You will be missed.

RIP Chairman Mark of the Byrne keiretsu,
Im an artist now thanks to you. Wherever you are I light a candle for you.
Thank you.
Much love and respect.
Keiretsu Kokusai

You impacted so many lives and your light will shine on forever , much love and strength to your family , you will be missed tremendously

Mark always pushed people to be better, myself included, he wanted me to get my MSCE, it was hard but I finally did it. He was a great motivator, he will be missed.

To Rebecca and family - my sincere and heartfelt sympathies. Mark was an incredibly intelligent, charismatic, generous leader and friend. He set a high bar for achievement and helped everyone around him reach their full potential. He had a significant impact on my career during my time in Bermuda and I will be forever grateful for having known him.