Discussion in 'Maddrakkett's Caffe' started by Grgzilla, Nov 6, 2008.
I'm lost for words.
Rest in peace brother!
+1 on what Lex proposed. could you PM her email to us that are interested in saying something to her about Mark? or send her my email address (you already have it)
thanks Greg :wink:
Sorry, so late in this thread, I am. This is so sad. RIP bass-bro.
Its great that Brenda will be (or has) visited the thread, it'll hopefully provide a little more comfort in such a difficult time.
+1, but spammers harvest addresses robotically, so there's
easy ways to post an address for reading by actual humans
who follow the "decoding" instructions in the same post, or
even safer, instructions in an adjoining post.
For whoever doesn't get what I'm saying,
[email protected] can be posted as:
"Remove all 5's, 9's and f's from 'geef5k123[at]planet95.com' "
I am deeply saddened to hear of Mark's passing. His spirit, faith, and demeanor were a testament as to what a great guy he was. We are all richer for the experience of knowing him and may he rest in peace with his Lord and may his family find some comfort in this extremely difficult time knowing how many lives he touched. You will be sorely missed Mark.
actually... i still have a hard time believing that mark is gone...
i was sort of hoping that he would just pop out one day with a health update and another story of the new warwicks he found in his area.
one of the last posts i read from him was that he was surprised to be back in the hospital when he was feeling fine and even took a drive to the local bass shop to check out some new warwicks.
wherever he is... i hope mark is at peace now.
i posted here before but for some reason it didn't appear.
wow...i heard the news on cary jordan's myspace blog. truly a gentleman, mark was one of many people who, from day 1, made me feel totally welcome in this forum. i often came in just to see what he had to say about posts because i valued his opinion on so many topics. mark, you will be greatly missed but we all know you are in a better place and out of pain and discomfort. RIP and my condolances to your family.
It's been a while since my last visit and this one hit me hard.
I was and still am in absolute awe of the way he faced his situation and wish his family and loved ones the same strenght.
rest in peace
I've been away from the fold for awhile, and im shocked to be reading this. I really dont know what to say.
Also been away and just seen this...
Heavy days...R.I.P Mark, it's all just crazy. Much love to the family as well.
I haven't been on here for a while.
This news really shocked me, and I'm awfully sorry for Marks family and friends.
I would like to thank him for sharing information on the ebony fretboard of his Corvette.
Rest in Peace.
I've been out for a while. I am truly sorry for this tragedy. I've lost many close friends this year, it's been overall a year of many losses. I wish all of them could meet up in heaven and wait for me there...
was about to think that you were dead too :cry:
Been away from the forum for a while and just saw this. Shocked.
I'm bumping this back up to where it belongs so Mark's wife,Brenda will be able to find it more easily.
A big BIG thank you to Tiffany for being the contact between us & Brenda.You absotively,poselutely rock!
This thread should be made a sticky....
I've been saying it, sticky this plz
+1 to stickying it.
I never knew this guy, but I've seen some of his posts. And I've spent a good amount of time talking to the people that knew him.
I'll never talk to him and I'll never hear him play, but I still feel like I lost someone close to me when I found out.
Anyways, sticky please.
I was just checking out the users online
ticker... And honestly, my eyes widened
when I saw who was online!
Then I realized, Mark's family must've
found their way to the forum.
Hopefully, this is easily found, and you
all see exactly how much Mark meant to
us all here at the forums.
We still miss his posts dearly, as he was
one of the best contributors to this forum
that I can think of. Not only that, his true
personality had a way of finding itself into
mostly all of his posts, and I have got to say,
I think a lot of us got quite a few good laughs
from his upbeat, cheery, and positive attitude.
Again, we still miss him.
I'm glad you bumped this up to the top, Greg.
I agree, let's get this stickied to the top
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