Mark E. Hovind

Seattle, Washington


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Mark E HOVIND Mark E Hovind, age 63 of Auburn WA, died unexpectedly at home Sunday, Feb 5th. Born March 19, 1948 to the late Ione & Bob Hovind. He is survived by his beloved wife Cheryl, a blended family of 6 children, 6 grandchildren, and 3 siblings. **** Address Correction **** A memorial...

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I have never met Mark nor his family but I wish I did. His website was and is still an inspiration to me. Though I have struggled finding employment I have to remind myself that I can always go back to his site that his wife and family have generously kept up and realize that I can still do this. I still have a chance to succeed. I wish he were to help me do that. I have a feeling that he would tell me that I would eventually have to help myself. He may be gone but he will never be...

I just found your husbands video on YouTube and wanted to let you knw how sorry I am for your loss. He work that he did will being helping so many people. I will hold you and your family in my prayers today.

I only worked with Mark professionally, but I can tell by his voice only that he was a decent, true man. He contributed to so many individuals and was a great example of decency.

It's amazing that a year and a half has gone by. Not a single day goes by that I don't think about my dad. His influence on my life was profound in ways that I still discover on a regular basis. He was the smartest man I have ever known. I'm so grateful that he was a part of my life and is a part of my DNA. I miss you dad...

My daddy... 1970

Bless Mark for his great contributions to the world. I went to one of his workshops in Tacoma and another in Mercer Island. He had a great sense of humor and a keen perspective which I liked a lot. I am sorry to hear of his passing and pray that he will be at peace forever in heaven. ~ Flora M. Del Angel, eLearning Instructional Designer & Multimedia Technologist, Bellevue, WA

I will miss Mark so very much. He was a true and loyal Friend! I met Mark and Cheryl at the Eagels Club in Auburn, and some how they knew I needed true friends as I was in a bad place in that time in my life. Needless to say from that first time of meeting, they became my loyal friends. They both are truly apart of My Family. I will so miss Mark, answering the phone when I would call, and hear his voice say, Hi, this is Mark, and I would reply, Hi this is Sandy. They both are true and giving...

Mark was an amazing, caring, and incredibly resourceful man who will be greatly missed by those whose lives he touched, by those he helped to restart and relaunch their careers, and most of all by his family. I am so sorry for your loss, and can only wish you the best through this time, knowing that Mark truly made the world a better place.

God Bless!

Dear Cheryl -- I had the pleasure to work with Mark -- he was very caring and knowlegeable -- I enjoyed talking with him and felt like he helped me see myself and my possible futures more clearly -- he was a rare talent and will be missed by the many people whose lives he touched. May God comfort you as you mourn Mark's passing