Absolute pleasure to have known Mark professionally for many years. He was a colleague & a friend. Thoughts are with Mark's family and friends on this sad day.
Matt Carter:
16/09/2020
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Such a sad day, a true gentleman and class act. Will be truly missed by all.
Nolan white :
16/09/2020
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Goodbye Mark. A kind and gentle man, we will all miss him very dearly and I am very grateful to have been able to call him a colleague and friend. Thoughts and Love are with his family at this very difficult time.
Ant Spencer:
16/09/2020
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Mark, we never really spent much time together but I felt a close connection with you through keeping in touch on Facebook. My over-riding memory is visiting your Mum and Dad in Leeds in 1983 with Pat and Alison, who was just three. She went upstairs to play with you and Angie and came back with curlers in her hair...! Boy we laughed. It's so unfair that didn't get more time in this life. Rest in peace lad. Love from Dave, Pat and family x
David Beveridge:
16/09/2020
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Such as sad day as we say goodbye to our colleague and a friend to all he met. Thoughts go to Mark's family and friends at this time, Rest in Peace Mark.
Colin Nessfield:
16/09/2020
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I am privileged to have known and worked with Mark for many years.
The Industry will miss him greatly due to his experience and enthusiasm.
Lindsey and I offer our condolences to Mark's family.

Steve Wharton
Steve Wharton:
16/09/2020
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Left by Chris Burrow:
15/09/2020
Taken too soon from your lovely family. ❤️
A lovely neighbour and friend for 14 years, you would always stop for a chat on your jog to ask after everyone. A true gentleman
Sweet dreams Mark
With love
Jo, Jim, Beth, Tom, Jack and Sam
Joanne Battrick:
15/09/2020
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Left by Joanne Battrick:
15/09/2020
Mark, I can still hardly believe your passing. Peggy and Grandad Jim would be so sad. They adored you and Angie. I held you in my arms when you were just a babe. We waved at passengers on buses as they passed and they waved back. I never dreamt that you would slip over so young! You should have had so much more time. Maybe at times life wasn't particularly easy for you but you lived it with energy and style. Your constant enthusiasm, chatter and oh...those jokes. I think you inherited these characteristics from your Dad Jim. 'Hey what about that fiver you owe me?' This was one of only a few lines thrown into our conversations that stopped you in full flow. For only a few seconds though. RIP Marky Boy it was a pleasure knowing you. As I said everytime we parted 'keep in touch.' Our love, sympathy and thoughts to Louise, Campbell and Sophia. Sister Angie and Mum Evelyn. From Uncle William, Aunt Agnes, Carolynne, Robbie and Ruby.
William Watson:
15/09/2020
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