Mark D. Baler
1943 - 2021
Mark David Baler, (1943-2021), a Plymouth native living in Solomons, MD for the past 14 years, passed surrounded by his family on August 7, 2021. Mark is survived by his wife Marilyn (Doherty) of 51 years, his son Jeffrey, wife Paige of Oceanside, CA, his daughter, Lauren Bren, husband John of Huntingtown, MD, and his brother and wife, the Honorable and Mrs. Gregory R. Baler of Sagamore Beach and their son Adam of Plymouth. Mark is predeceased by his parents Edward and Adele (Cohen). He loved his children and especially adored his grandchildren Nathan, Graham and Emily Baler of Oceanside, CA and Madelyn, Theodore and Patrick Bren of Huntingtown, MD. Mark was a smart man, serving in the Army National Guard, a career real estate broker in Plymouth for many years, owning his own real estate company. He was always an avid Patriots fan, enjoyed fishing, completed many sudoku and crossword puzzles, and loved looking out at the ocean. A small private service will be held in September in East Bridgewater, MA.
Published by Old Colony Memorial from Aug. 10 to Aug. 11, 2021.
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Sincere condolences to Mark Baler's loved ones. Mark was of a beautiful heart, and one of the most ethical and respected gentleman I ever shared an office with in our years in real estate brokerage. I have only the fondest memories of Mark. He made this world a nicer place.....He left this world a better place.
Fran Robinson
August 19, 2021
Im so truly sorry to hear of Marks Passing. He was a good and Honest Man. My heart felt condolences to his wife Marilyn his entire family .And to all who knew him his passing is not only a loss to them It is also a loss to our entire community .
Leonard S Raymond
August 13, 2021
We had wonderful childhoods growing up in Plymouth. Our parents were close so that made us Like family. You will always remain in my heart. RIP Mark.
Beverly Skulsky Weiner
August 11, 2021
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