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Mark R. Wice

Hudson, Massachusetts

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Mark R. Wice, 54, of Hudson, has lost his long battle to cancer on November 14, 2017. Mark was born in Hudson, lived here his whole life. He is the son of the late Robert and Angela (Mazzamurro) Wice, both deceased. He graduated in 1981 from Hudson High School. Mark loved his family, pool,...

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I so very saddened by Marks passing. We grew up on th same street and went all through school together. I enjoyed watching him and my other friends play softball, he always had a friendly wave from the company truck. I will miss you Mark, rest in piece.

When someone you love becomes a memory... the memory becomes a treasure ~ author unknown
To Mark's family and friends and everyone he touched , my most sincerest sympathies. Mark was such an amazing person, that we will miss so very much! In time, I pray loving memories will help heal your hearts . Rest In Peace Mark until we meet again friend.
Kellie M , PCA Umass cancer center of Excellence

Mark with Tom served me well trimming my evergreens and maple tree. I prayed for him almost daily for several years that he would be granted good health and overcome the dreaded cancer. I didn't know Mark well but I was very impressed with his fight regardless of the pain he must have endured. I, too, last year had cancer and now am "cancer free" but each day I have to be careful to maintain my health. My prayers will continue for his family.

Sorry to hear about Mark's passing, had a lot of laughs over the years.

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Michael Drummey

Mark was one of the those few and far between Old School guys. Once you got to know him you just couldn't help but love him. He was a wonderful husband and father to my niece Kim and her two children. He loved them so much and they were very happy together. I am so sorry for his family and mine. May he rest in peace.

So sorry for your loss Mark was truly a great guy he will be missed by all that new him.

My thoughts are with Mark's family. Mark was a very close friend of my brother Scott. They went through many things together as young men and took care of each other. May he find peace with our Lord.