Macera, Mark Patrick

Macera, Mark Patrick

August 19th, 2019

Surrounded by his loving family, on Monday, August 19, 2019, Mark Patrick Macera, of London, Ontario, succumbed to cancer at the age of 71. Mark is survived by his wife Kathy of 50 years. Theirs was a love at first sight! Mark is also survived by his daughter Mary Jane, of London; his son Mark (Andrea), of New Market, Maryland; his daughter Ann Marie (Steve), of Fairfield, Connecticut; his brother John (Nancy), of Ottawa; and his grandchildren: Alexii, Christian, Addison, Mason, Zachary, Max, Ava, Sebastian and Izzy. Mark was a true family man. His favourite times were with his family playing cards, cooking, swimming by the pool and having a beer. He was a truly selfless person, always volunteering to help his family and friends. He enjoyed golfing and playing poker with his buddies and could always be counted on for a good laugh. In his early years, Mark was a competitive hockey player, known for his killer slap shot, record penalty minutes and beer drinking! He was an avid golfer, still in search of the correct putter. Mark loved to watch hockey and golf, and would never miss a Toronto Blue Jays game. He will be truly missed by all who knew him. A Celebration of Mark’s life will be held from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Mark and Kathy’s home on Sunday, August 25, 2019. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Mark are asked to consider the London Health Sciences Centre - Baker Centre for Pancreatic Cancer.

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Diane HarrisThinking of you and all the family at this hard time.Mark was a wonderful man.Diane and Ron Harris
dave nearingGot to know Mark when i worked at Dupont in Kingston bach in 66 then ended up working with him at Ford truely a nice guy my condolences to the family.
Jerry V. jr.To Kathy & Family, So sorry to hear about Mark, please except my sympathy and prayers. My parents and I use to go watch the industrial league hockey Mark was my favourite Local 1520 hockey player, always enjoyed watching and talking to him. R.I.P. Mark you earned your wings.
Jeff, Wendy, Jayden and Cameron ChristmasDear Kathy and Family, We are so very sorry for your loss. We are thinking of you.
Marion f Ron CornishMaryJane and family, so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. Just know we are thinking about all of you at this difficult time. Ron & Marion Cornish.
Garry and joceySo very sorry for your loss Mark was a great man and neighbor and will truly be missed by all who knew him Our deepest condolences
Bruce ZulianiMy sincerest condolences to Kathy and the Macera family in this time of grief and sorrow. I first met Mark when I joined the Holy Rosary Bowling league many years ago and remember how he and Kathy were both avid bowlers and supporters of our little league. I recall meeting Mark in the parking lot of the local grocery store in June of this year. We spent a several minutes 'catching up' so his passing came as great shock. I know Kathy and the family will have many good memories of Mark's life and I am certain those wonderful times will be the source of your consolation in this difficult time. I also know he will be watching over all of you--just from a different place. Knowing Mark, he probably won't want you to grieve too long, but rather to move forward in the love, laughter and joy he cherished.
Mary and Ed BrockIt was with great surprise and sadness to read about Mark's death. Our sincere condolences to your family. Mary met Mark, Katy and Ann Marie when they joined the Holy Rosary bowling league and Mary Jane, when she spared. . Mark continued to bowl with the group until the bowling alley closed down. He was a friendly guy, always ready to chat and share his many jokes. We are very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Lydia Thiessen To Kathy, MaryJane, Alexii & Christian Praying for you today. With warm regards, Lydia
JennPeeblesKathy, I am so sorry to see of Marks passing. Please accept my sincere condolences. My thoughts are with you during this tough time Jenn Peebles (former clerk at Byron Family)
Caroline Kennedy & John PeriversoffWe are very sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts during this difficult time. John, Caroline and family.
Janet Ivy HinesPlease accept our sincerest condolences. We are wishing you peace and comfort during this difficult time. Thinking of you all. Janet, Gloria and family.
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