WE ARE SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. MARK WAS A GOOD MAN AND HE WILL BE MISSED. YOU ALL ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.
TERRY MAJORS AND FAMILY
Karen, Paul and I are very sorry to hear of "Mark's" passing. We just want you and your Family to know that you are all in our thoughts and Prayers. May God comfort each of you during this difficult time. God Bless you all. Pam Hughes & Paul Ferguson
Our heartfelt condolences to you on the loss of your father. You and your family are in our prayers.
Tammy Osburn, Angie Redmon
Aunt Patsy, Karen, Patty Belle, Jason, Christina, and Mollie,
I'm not very active on facebook, but just saw this obituary about Mark's passing and my heart just sank. I had really hoped to see Mark at our reunion last summer as it had been so very long since we had gotten to see each other. I will always have those childhood memories of Mark as a gentle soul who truly cared about others and always put them first. I remember him calling me "Fwed" as we both had trouble with "r' early on, and once when my Dad was going to buy us an ice cream cone, Mark offered to do without if there wasn't enough money for everyone--what a big unselfish heart! Mark will be greatly missed, but Heaven is just that much more of a better place...I'm sure my Mom was standing in line to give him a big hug!
Love you all,
As I read these touching condolences to my sweet brother, I'm reminded of how much he was loved by those who knew him best. He was one of a kind; loyal, and always ready to defend those he loved. He will be missed greatly, and loved always!
Travis, I'm so touched my the amazing tribute you penned, you told his story with truth, honesty, and an insight that few knew.
Mark, you'll be forever in my heart!
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
I am grateful to have met Mark through James. Mark brought a ray of sunshine into my life whenever I got to see him while he was visiting James Sosh. May he be playing a golden guitar, singing with joy while rejoicing with his loved ones, and celebrating his life well lived with our Heavenly Father.
this was not a good man....he was a GREAT man! I have known him , his late wife, and his 2 daughters since I was a little girl. A few years back, I found myself in a hard situation and Mark was there for me in any way he could be because his heart was truly that big!!! I know how much he loved his late wife Barb and take comfort in knowing they have been reunited. I will always have both Barb and Mark in my memories and my heart! Fare thee well Mark....until we all meet again!
this was not a good man....he was a GREAT man! I have known him , his late wife, and his 2 daughters since I was a little girl. A few years back, I found myself in a hard situation and Mark was there for me in any way he could be because his heart was truly that big!!! I know how much he loved his girls, grandkids and his late wife Barb and take comfort in knowing they have been reunited. I will always have both Barb and Mark in my memories and my heart! Fare thee well Mark....until we all meet again!
Living away from "home" I appreciate the Leader News obituaries. As I read Mr. Troutman's, I must say it touched my soul. It was well written and told his story in a precious way. Sympathy to his family.
Mark, Barbara Darrell, myself, and 5 kids sometime 7 kids spent a lot of time together. Had lots of good times. I miss them days quite of bit. so sorry for the family's loss.
I'M SO VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, MARK WAS A VERY NICE MAN.MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU.
Mark was probably the most unpretentious person I have ever known. He never let his not caring what you thought about him keep him from caring about you.
If you met him, you remember him and if you got to know him you almost certainly liked him. I know I did. We miss you already. -Patrick
The obituary is one of the most compassionate and such a beautiful tribute to a man that loved the natural gifts God gave this world. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Mark was probably the most unpretentious person I have ever met. He never let his not caring about what you thought about him keep him from caring about you.
If you met him, you remember him and if you got to know him, you almost certainly liked him. I know I did.
Good bye old friend I know you are happy to see Barbara and Dale and all your old friends. You will be missed by many here on earth. All you kids remember Daddy loved you very much I know it is hard to let go, Just take care of each other and always remember your Mom & Dad loved you all so very much and each other too.
I am so sorry to hear of Marks passing. His picture looks like I remember him the last time I saw him. I also remember Mark as a little boy out playing when I came to visit with you Karen.
Prayers for you all ,
Rest in peace my friend. You are now in heaven with jamsie and my dad. You will be truly missed. Sorry we could be there. Condolences to your family. You were a great friend.
So sorry for yalls loss such a sad time no one wants to have to go through but the sad thing is we all have to at some time I didn't get to know mark or Barbara but I have been told countless stories about them and wish I would have got to know them both it makes me feel some comfort knowing they are reconnected again and from what I hear Barbara was his life and loved her very much so take comfort knowing they are connected again and smiling on a cloud together god bless yall
Family of Mark Troutman,
Even at a time of unexpected sadness,
Love and sweet memories will be with you forever.
With Heart Felt Sympathy,
David and Melody Shocklee
I'm so sorry for your families loss. I will be remembering all of you in my thoughts and prayers. May you find some comfort in knowing Mark is resting in heaven. May God bless, keep, and sustain you now and in the days to come, as only He can do.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.