From: Valerie VanHorn
Mark was always my favorite, he will forever be in my heart. I will miss Mark every day. Rest in peace, till we meet again.From: Chelle Brown
Patsy and Family, I am so sorry for the loss of Mark. I can't imagine the suffering that you are going through, just know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. If there is anything I can do please let me know. Love and prayers.
ChelleFrom: Chris Grow
I worked with Mark at Wal-mar and Cook, we always traded stories about our motorcycles and the show Devil's Ride. Rest in Peace, till we meet again.
You sit behind the handlebars,
while the engine plays it's tune,
you ride by soul, more than touch,
as if guided by some acient rune.
You think, as we all have,
you look within as you ride,
without thinking about it,
without thought for pride,
for true bikers dont ride for glory,
or for the rewards of men,
but for the simple joy of riding,
That's not a what, it's a when.
Like the tale of man an machine,
growing together old,
Something not understood,
by those not of our fold.
Or the joy of building,
a new ride and friend,
that will be ridden,
until the end, of life or of the road,
for in this life we chose,
there is not a lot of difference,
between the two of those.
From: Cindy & Gary Williams
Kristin, Erin, & Dusty ~ I know that this is a VERY difficult time for you. Your "Oklahoma Family" will be praying for you daily. You are loved.From: Robin Porter
Patsy and Family,
We pray God give you the strength to get you through this most troublesome of times. Mark was a gentleman and a friend and we know he will be greatly missed by all. We know there are no magical words we can speak or nothing that can make things better for you right now, but you will remain in our thoughts and prayers. We will get the garage cleared on the 3rd or 4th and if there is anything we can do to help in any way, feel free to call us anytime. I will keep in touch because I think that is what Mark would have wanted.
Tommy and Robin
812-360-0440From: Mike Mull
Location:Belize City, Belize
I am truly sorry for your loss. I remember Mark when he was just a little boy when you lived on 7th street. He'd grown into such a handsome young man.
I regret I lost track and communication with your family. I'm sure you remember my Grandmother Ruth Mull, that raised me, passed away May 1, 2000; she was very fond of Mrs. Conley (Allen's mother) and I still have newspaper clippings of them when they belonged to the Women's Club at the Christian Center
Again my sincerest condolences,
Mike Mull (223 N. Adams Street)