To Robin, Steve, Don and the entire Webster Family,
My deepest condolences on the loss of Mark. I have known Mark, Steve and their family since I was born. I remember riding their go-cart when they lived in Fancher and his Dads 1936 Ford Truck. Their family were very good friends of my family and Mark always had a great sense of humor. Later his family moved onto Bennett's Corners Rd and Mark lived in Holley with Robin. I would see Mark every now and then throughout our lives in Holley and it was always great to see him and catch up. I am so sorry to learn of Marks passing at such a young age. My heart goes out to all of the Webster family during this difficult time.
Uncle Mark.. I will miss you so much. I remember the last time I saw you. Hoping it wdnt be the last, but someone had other plans. I hope you find peace. Over the course of our lives, we all make mistakes. We all veer off the path. But our story mustn't be defined by our earlier chapters. Redemption can be found even late in life. I will remember the good times the family shared. Ill see you soon
Rest In Peace Uncle Mark. You were always so kind to me and I will never forget your infectious laughter and sense of humor. You had a great taste in music and thank you for letting me borrow The Doors greatest hits tape way back in 1990 I think. Our deepest condolences to my entire Webster family. We love you all. Love, Joe, Maura, Joey, and Jonathan
Deepest sympathy to the Webster family. Knowing Mark in his teens & twenties I recall a good natured, fun loving guy with
a great sense of humor. I remember him talking about the future & saying one time " I would love to be a rock star, up on stage, all dressed in black with my long, flaming red hair!" A memory that brings a smile. Hope he's rocking in heaven right now. Hoping memories of good times will help to guide you all through your loss. Wishing you peace & strength now & in the days ahead. Our Sincere Condolences, Sheryl (Brown) Nelson & Chris Nelson
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