In Memory


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05/23/11 07:30 PM #1    

Jenny Harper (Munday)

I have many memories of Mark!! He was one of my first friends, always smiling, laughing and giving you a hard time. We shared alot of good times together and he will always be in my heart. Bob and I look at our son everyday and see Mark in so many ways, looks acts and carries himself just like Mark.

07/20/11 11:45 PM #2    

Robin Mace (Hiscott)

Mark- I was so shocked to hear he was gone. Once we road to a function together and we were in the Mid High parking lot. He just reached up onto his tires and pulled his keys out. He said he kept them there so he never lost them! That was just Mark! He is one of the funniest sweetest guys. And yes he could could give you are a really hard time laughing the whole way!     


01/22/12 01:40 AM #3    

Glenn Davisson

I'm sorry to hear Mark is gone. 

He was one of the first people I met when my family moved to Edmond in 1976. Troy Tevebaugh and I were sitting together by the fence that bordered Broadway at the Eighth Grade Center. Mark and another fellow (what was his name? He was a wrestler) came out to give me a hard time. But I beat him to the punch :-) 

I always regarded him as an overall pleasant and happy guy.


04/11/14 05:51 PM #4    

Dana Pratt III

I moved to Edmond my sophomore year and I remember Mark as being a cool dude in the class.

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