Mark-CROSS-Obituary

Mark CROSS

STRASBOURG, Saskatchewan

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STRASBOURG, Saskatchewan

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Mark CROSS passed away in STRASBOURG, Saskatchewan. Funeral Home Services for Mark are being provided by Hansen's Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Leader-Post on April 13, 2018.

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Brad and Marilyn, we met today in Houston, TX. I spotted your Humboldt Broncos jacket, and asked about it, because even here in Texas, we mourned with yall then, and again today. What you shared about your son Mark, was special. While time passes, your love for him doesnt. From the tragedy, a community banded together to share their prayers, tears, and support. I know I left sticks out, and my porch lights on for Mark and the others 18 months ago, as did many here in the Texas hockey...

Dear Mark's Family Who will ever forget where and what they were doing on 04/06/18, after hearing the tragic news of the HST bus crash; it is like JFK, 9/11; the news brought such tragedy to so many families; Mark will be remembered for his caring ways as a team member with the HST; may you know I care, send kind thoughts, and prayers for healing to each of you; may you keep sharing his life memories with the world as his shining star guides you to celebrating his young life; he will...

Rest In Peace Mark!

I am a stranger but I am sorry for your loss.
Regards, Elaine Arthur,
Edmonton

To the Cross Family, Molly and his many friends

Our thoughts and deepest prayers are with you all during this most difficult time. My son met Mark on a couple of occasions and has nothing but positive words to say about him. You raised a very respected son, who devoted his time to the sport of hockey and helped with grooming many other young men into the sport. There is no doubt that his legacy will continue on in those whose lives he touched and will continue to do so in the...

Sometimes the names of people turn up in the stranges places.

I sign this on behalf of all old hockey jocks who felt the loss of a fellow Canadian, York U alumnus, "love of hockey" nut and kinesiologist like my daughter. I am old enough to be his grandfather yet young enough to remember all the days of my youth. Unfortunately, Mark will not get that chance but will remembered long after this day by many who never knew him. RIP

Our deepest sympathies to Brad, Marilyn and family.

Dave Cross and family.

Mark was a great person that helped our son immensely. His character is now present in everyone he influenced in such a positive way. May he rest in peace.

To Mark's Family & Friends
Thinking of ALL of you as you say your final goodbyes to Mark. Can't imagine how hard this day will be. There are really no words; just know there are so many people praying for you.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Wendy (Brevig) Eddy
William Derby Class of 76