My condolences to Jacqueline and to Mark’s Family the world has lost one of the nicest men i’ve know I will miss my catch up’s with him
I first met Mark when he worked for Hitzinger at Global , then i had the good fortune to have him as my first addition to the team when i took over running Service and he became one of my dedicated team at GS in London with Jerry, and moved to take up mantle as King of the overhauls from Rusty, so when Rusty told of his passing it stopped me in my tracks as Mark was one of the worlds good guys , always helpful and a valuable part of the team i’m sure will be missed by all the lads. As will he be missed by me, he always popped into office for a chat when in Head office.. thats the type of man he was never forgot his friends and workmates.
There are many tales which could be told of working with Mark over the years and will have these to remember him by like his first trip to Dublin with me and Rusty and we introduced him to the work hard then kick back with a beer culture which goes with Field Service, engineers team meetings and the nights out before, Team Building Archery, eating red hot Pizza by mistake at Zero degrees , buying a brand new Iron after a few Buds , all good fun nights out with Mark and he always had a smile on his face and was always willing to join in the banter and fun.
Looking back through the photos to find one to add brought back some real good memories, Mark was a true Gentleman and will be greatly missed by all