Mark Hearn (April 21, 1954 - June 15, 2020)

In loving memory of
Mark Hearn
  • April 21, 1954
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  • June 15, 2020

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Mark Ernest Hearn, of Cape Coral, Florida, passed away peacefully on Monday, June 15, 2020. He was 66 years old. Mark was born on April 21, 1954, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, to the late Edward Lee and Elizabeth Ann (Generose) Hearn.

 Mark had many careers throughout his lifetime, but most recently was happily retired and a proud stay at home Dad.

 Mark cherished spending time with his family, the wind in his hair at the beach and his knees in the breeze on his motorcycle with friends. Mark was passionate about politics and was always up for a great but civil debate.  Mark was an avid storyteller and could capture any ear in any room he walked into. Mark was an amateur beekeeper. Not really by choice. You see, the bees liked him a lot more than he liked them.  Mark loved to have fun and his rule was that every day you just had to have a little fun. And he sure knew how to have a little fun. Mark loved a good meal and especially loved a good hot dog and a bloody mary that was more meal than drink. And ice cream. On the coldest day of the year. And no one could savor a meal slower than Mark. Mark was handy and could fix or build just about anything. Sometimes even people. Mark was a Boat Captain and one of his favorite things was his hot dog boat business on Fort Myers Beach. Mark loved life and lived a good one.

 Mark is preceded in death by his father, Edward Hearn, mother, Elizabeth Generose Hearn, sister, Elizabeth Pass, and brother in law, Andrew (Butch) Dalrymple.

 Mark is survived by his loving wife, Suzette, daughter, Keri Hearn (Tom Brugger), son, Ryan Hearn, daughter, Katie Hearn (James Little), son, Andrew Hearn, brother, Edward Hearn (Susan), brother, Thomas Hearn, sister, Mary Moyer, sister, Dolores Dalrymple, brother in law, Curtis Pass, mother in law, Louise Landfried, brother in law, Dennis Landfried (Marci), sister in law, Sherry Landfried, his furry companion, Patches, his GrandPups, Grace & Luke, and many loved nieces, nephews and friends.

 Due to the current national health crisis a small private service will be held for immediate family. When restrictions are lifted, the Family plans to have a Celebration of Life for extended Family and Friends.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Gardens at St Hillary’s Episcopal Church,

Mark will be greatly missed by all. #livelikemark

Instead of flowers, the family would prefer if you would make a donation to
Gardens at St Hillary’s Episcopal Church

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  1. Kelly Hearn posted an image:
    29 Jun 2020
    Mark and me .
    Mark and me .

  2. Kelly Hearn lit a candle:
    29 Jun 2020
    Lit since June 29, 2020 at 6:01:50 AM

  3. Dee-Dee lit a candle:
    28 Jun 2020
    Lit since June 28, 2020 at 6:14:53 AM

  4. Greg Schiavone says:
    28 Jun 2020
    I’ll be 66 soon and for about 62 of those years I had the pleasure of knowing Mark. Besides my family , my first non-family memories involved Mark. Mark and I were part of the baby boomers and our street in Kaywin was just loaded with kids. Mark was like a brother to me. We share a lot of wonderful times together. As our life path’s took different directions Mark and I always stayed in touch. Most of you probably don’t know this but Mark was responsible for putting together our Freedom High school 5 year reunion. I was living in California and would not be available. So what do I do I call my best friend Mark and ask him if he would have time to organize the reunion. Of course he said sure. That’s the kind of person Mark was. If you needed something Mark was there. He had a great sense of humor and could set up a funny story like a professional comic. His antics working at the car deal ship were priceless. My son Nick had the pleasure of joining Mark and me for lunch a few Christmas’s ago. Mark entertained us with his car sales stories. Some of which were border line illegal. I was fortunate and blessed to have Mark as part of my life. I’ll miss our phone calls, our lunches at Brew Works, the Hearn family reunions in January!! My heart is sad. I will miss him.

  5. Greg Schiavone posted an image:
    28 Jun 2020
    Photo of some of Mark’s childhood friends. And Mark.
    Photo of some of Mark’s childhood friends. And Mark.

  6. Ashley Attore lit a candle:
    27 Jun 2020
    Lit since June 27, 2020 at 6:32:15 PM

  7. Terri Mazziotta says:
    27 Jun 2020
    Rest In Peace, Mark. God bless your family. May they find Peace in knowing you are with God. I’m sure you are sharing your stories with your parents, your sister and With Butch.

  8. Keri and Tom lit a candle:
    27 Jun 2020
    Lit since June 27, 2020 at 6:52:52 PM

  9. Pam Pershing says:
    27 Jun 2020
    RIP Mark. Gone too soon, but you lived a very happy life. I’m glad I knew you and Suzette for the past 20 years. Big hugs to Suzette and the rest of your family. ❤️

  10. Cheryl & John Nevins lit a candle:
    27 Jun 2020
    Lit since June 27, 2020 at 6:04:08 PM

  11. Mary R Moyer says:
    27 Jun 2020
    My heart is hurting. Mark was taken from us far too soon, but his memories will forever be in our hearts. RIP

  12. Mark Julian says:
    27 Jun 2020
    Mark was a great cousin and a good man. We had many fun times growing up when we got to see each other. I’m so sorry about your loss.
    Rest In Peace Mark.
    Mark Julian

  13. Mailyn Martinez lit a candle:
    27 Jun 2020
    Lit since June 27, 2020 at 6:28:13 PM

  14. Dolores Dalrymple says:
    27 Jun 2020
    Another piece of my heart has been broken since he left us. He will be missed by all, but will always be loved and always in our hearts.

  15. Cathie Cheddar lit a candle:
    27 Jun 2020
    Lit since June 27, 2020 at 6:06:55 PM

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