Thank you for visiting on the phone a couple weeks ago. We have gone thru many times together. I hope your here after is Cloud 9 Heaven, blissful eternity with our creator. Hope your parents are there to greet you. You are a good soul.
We lost another dear friend this past week.Mark and I use to do a lot of things together,we use to play soccer,baseball and basketball together. Mark',s dad coached our basketball team and his Uncle Jack coached our soccer team. Marks dad carpooled us in our early days of high school. We sure had a lot of fun during recess too. Sometimes we would hang out together after school. We both refereed soccer games too.I will miss shimmy shimmy Selco Bear. He had a great sense of humor. Rest In Peace old friend.
Who could forget Mark's smiling face and pleasant demeanor. Rest in God's peace Mark and see you later on the other side.
Grew up with Mark, at IHM and then St. Mary's, one of the good guys, easy to spend time with, memory of walking with him up to Velvet Freeze on Gravois for a summer treat.
Rest in Peace Dragon...it is evident by postings that you touched the lives of many fellow Dragons and will be missed
I went from Kindergarten through High School with Mark. He was an easy going wonderful person. In 1984 I went to Real estate School with Mark. He told he had been a computer programer for United Van Lines but what he wanted to do was become an international soccer Referee. He said he had to officiate so many thousands of Games to do so. I saw him years later and he said he did attain it and refereed in Italy and other European companies. He retired and became a dispatcher for the taxi cab company. I happen to run into him at Q-T about a year ago and had about an hour conversation with him. I am glad I did. We talked about grade school especially about 4 Grade and Sister Cashmer. I will miss my old friend
I think that Sr. Casimir taught us "Swing Low Sweet Chariot, coming for to carry me home. I looked over Jordan, and what did I see? A band of angels coming after me. It can be a song we sing for Mark as we grieve.