Norma  Mark

Obituary of Norma R. Mark

Perkinsville – Wayland – Norma R. Mark, 96 years of age, passed away Sunday December 13, 2020. Norma was born May 16, 1924 in Wayland the daughter of Aloysius and Mildred (Loveland) Lang. She grew up in Wayland and graduated from Wayland Central School. After graduating from high school, Norma began working at The Gunlocke Company in the payroll department. On April 25, 1946, Norma and John W. Mark were married and together they owned and operated Mark Valley Fams until 1996. During this time, she also worked at Owens Brothers Trucking Service, retiring in 1986. In 1980, Norma and John purchased a cottage on Loon Lake and spent every summer there. In 1996, after selling the farm, they moved full time to the lake. They loved vacations in Maine and Florida for many years. Norma also enjoyed her time as a member of the Wayland American Legion Auxiliary. Norma had a quick wit and enjoyed the “antics” she and her sister GG got into. But most of all she loved spending time with her family; especially the 4th of July at the lake! Norma was pre-deceased by her parents; her husband John W. Mark; her son and daughter-in-law, Timothy and Jane Mark; her sister Genevieve “GG” Cotton; her sister and brother-in-law, Linda and Roger “Bud” Wolcott. She is survived by her grandchildren, Rene (Terry) Lewis, Kevin “Charlie Brown” Mark (Kelly) Harrison, Matthew Mark (Danae) and Jeffrey Mark (Brandy); great-grandchildren, Stephanie (Dan) Gaidisch, Kyle Lewis, Geggory (Brandie) Mark, Connor Mark (Alisse); great-grandchildren, Logan and Landon; brother and sister-in-law, Norbert and Beverly Lang; along with many nieces and nephews. Norma’s funeral service will be private and at the convenience of her family. Interment will be at Sacred Heart Cemetery in Perkinsville. Contributions in memory of Norma R. Mark may be made to the Wayland American Legion Post #402, 102 N. Main St., Wayland, NY 14572.

Funeral Service

Private and at the convenience of Norma's family.


Sacred Heart Cemetery, Perkinsville
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