5/11/1951 - 5/15/2017
I remember Mark at all the family outings at Fritsch's Lake and the Sunday afternoon baseball games at Grandpa and Grandma's house when we were growing up. My cousins were my best friends and we enjoyed being together most every Sunday -- swimming, fishing, volleyball and just playing. As an adult, Mark loved bowling. And, he was very good at it!
Mark holds a special place in our hearts. He will be missed.
Steve (and Angie) Copeland
I've bowled with Mark on Wednesday nights for many years. I was very surprised and sad to hear of his passing. Mark was a lot of fun to bowl with and certainly excelled at that sport. We definitely will not be able to replace our "anchor man".
Mark (and Chris) White
I have had the pleasure of knowing and bowling with Mark for several years on Wednesday Night League at Idle Hour Lanes and has always been great fun! It was an unfortunate surprised to hear of his passing. He will be missed and cannot be replaced as our “Anchor Man”!
Mark loved his sister Kay. They enjoyed being out on the lake fishing. We would get together on Monday nights to watch Monday Night Football at my brother Doug's house next door and enjoy eating pizza together. We enjoyed the conversations we had together.
My deepest sympathies to Mark's family. Mark was a fellow high school and Kishwaukee college classmate. We also played on several basketball and baseball teams together. A good friend and a wonderful athlete. He always had a positive attitude with a smile to go with it. There is no doubt that Mark will be missed by all his friends and family. May he rest in peace.
Mark was a man that could operate any machine and also fix just about anything, He workrd with me at Lake Holiday maintenance for a number of years . He could be counted on to be there no matter. Sorry to hear of his passing , he will be missed. GOD
BLESS MARK. Your friend Jim K.
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