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Mark Bryan McSwiney

March 13, 1943 - May 27, 2019

U.S. Veteran

Burial Date June 1, 2019

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So sorry to hear of Mark's passing. Met Mark in Roanoke, Va . years ago. He always spoke so fondly of his family. Met his nephew who he called Cleatis. May Mark rest in peace.

Posted by Kay Day on June 15, 2019

Dear Carole, Tommy, Joe, Elaine and all, I am so very sorry for the loss of Mark. I remember him , and will always remember him, as being kind, funny, and sweet. I don't know what happens when we pass, but I feel that he happy, free from pain, and playing in a band. I love you all so very much and think of you all often. Nancilee

Posted by Nancilee Iozzia on June 1, 2019

Dear Harry, Carol, Duncan, and Nancy, I was so very saddened to learn of Mark's passing. Although we would go long stretches without seeing each other, I always enjoyed Mark's company and will always remember him as a kind, funny, sweet soul. Rest in peace, dear cousin.

Posted by Nancilee Iozzia on June 1, 2019

I am very saddened to learn of Mark’s death. Harry and others, thanks for all you did for Mark in his final years of illness. I met Mark in 1972 in Roanoke and he and I shared an apt. in Blacksburg, VA while he worked in the Engineering Dept. of Va. Tech and I attended VA Tech. He was very kind and generous during our college time together. He served as a groomsman in my wedding to Wren Nash in 1977. Mark was a very gifted sound engineer, electrician and musician. He loved to play bass and provide sound system support to bands. He also had a great love of railroads, growing up near the L&N in Nashville. I too had grown up with the N&W Railway in Roanoke VA. Mark taught me much about the various types of locomotives and railroading in general as we spent many hours together watching trains. Following college we still saw each other frequently on visits to see family in Roanoke. Mark became a fixture at Nash family meals and gatherings. Mark was part of our family for 40+ years. He will be truly missed and it is with much sadness that I was not able to be closer to him in his final years. Thanks again to family and friends who were able to be of help to him near the end. May Mark know eternal Peace & Love and May the circle be unbroken, by and by Lord, by and by ... Vince Howard

Posted by Vince Howard on May 31, 2019


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