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REMEMBRANCES

Remembering Mark

Markie was my oldest son of four. He was handsome, brilliant, loving, kind, outgoing . He was a sensitive child and would cry at the drop of hat. He wore his heart on his sleeve. Mark loved to hang with friends play video games with friends all over the world. He loved trying new foods. He would make friends with everyone he didn’t care who you were or your back ground that was Mark.

Mark loved life and everyone loved Mark. And his smile – oh that smile.
​Overdose of stole him 10-17-90 to 02-14-19

by Shandonna, Mark’s Mom

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