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SHAVERTOWN — Mark Eugene Smith, 47, of Shavertown, passed away Nov. 25, 2018, in his home.

Born on March 2, 1971, in California to Margaret Vasquez and Steve Smith, Mark was instantly one-in-a-million.

Mark served passionately as Pride Mobility's general manager of public relations and consumer research for the past 18 years. Aside from this, Mark was a pioneer in the complex rehab industry, a renowned writer, profound public speaker and a fierce advocate for disability rights.

Most importantly, he was a loving husband to the love of his life, Holly, and a loving father to his two daughters, Emily and Annabelle. He is also survived by his brother and sister, Steve and Amanda, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Mark's empathy, humor and love for others will be missed. A drop-in style celebration of life will be held 1 to 3 p.m. this Saturday, Dec. 1, at Fire and Ice on Toby Creek, Trucksville.

Donations to The Muscular Dystrophy Association can be made in lieu of flowers.



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Published in Times Leader from Nov. 28 to Nov. 29, 2018.
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December 20, 2018
though we never met face to face , we talked several times by phone and email . he always had the answer to my concerns . or just a chat. an extraordinary person was Mark E Smith. never to be forgotten...
Robert Alexander
December 11, 2018
Mark helped me understand wheelchairs and my new world as a disabled person. I miss him.
Tim Hall
December 1, 2018
Please find comfort in knowing your Heavenly Father understands all that you feel and will bring you thru this time of great sorrow. Please pour out all of your heart's anxieties on Him in prayer "because He cares for you" (1 Peter 5: 6, 7).
December 1, 2018
Mark was an extraordinary, extremely kind, generous, and compassionate professional, as well as an inspiration for those of us who are disabled. We are heartbroken and shall miss him profoundly.
Joan Byron
November 30, 2018
I never had a chance to meet Mark but im soon to get this magnificent wheel chair thanks to people like him godbless him and his family prayers go out to you all.
Jonathan Johnson II
November 30, 2018
Mark always lit up a room - his energy was infectious as was his laugh. I'll fondly remember our conversations at many an industry event. My thoughts are with his loved ones - be comforted by the difference that Mark made to the lives of so many.
Katie Noble
November 29, 2018
Amanda and Emily, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers
Barb Moeller
November 29, 2018
I dealt with Mark on a professional level where he fed me stories and PR for the journalism mill. He was a pro's pro who did his job extremely well. I am now finding out about his extraordinary life beyond the PR profession. He will indeed be missed.
Greg Thompson
November 29, 2018
Mark will never be forgotten. He was a force of nature and anyone who came in contact with him immediately felt his energy, humor, positivity and warmth. To say he is an inspiration to us all, is an understatement. Rest peacefully dear Mark, and thank you for all you have done for the world. Caroline Stover
Caroline Stover
November 29, 2018
I had the opportunity to meet and occasionally mingle with Mark while employed at Pride Mobility. His demeanor and personality was awesome. I wish peace to all of his family and friends.
John Krzywicki
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