Service:

10/23/2015 11:00 A.M. Fort Logan National Cemetery

Mark Edward Mallory

Born:
August 10, 1958
Passed Away:
October 11, 2015
   

Mark E. Mallory passed away on the evening of October 11th 2015 at the prime of his life, aged 57. Survived by his wife, Julie of 35 years, Holly, daughter (John), Toni, daughter (Adam). Also survived by his grandkids, Andrea (Eduardo), Alex, Junior, and Airyn. Mother, Iniss; one sister and two brothers.
Mark loved his career in driving and has had a passion of large trucks from a young age. He had just acquired his 5 years driving with Old Dominion. Before that, he had spent the last 30 years in the trucking industry. He went from counterman at Ravens trailers and moved onto Parts Manager at Transwest Trucks and Volvo. He also made a transition to Albuquerque for about a year doing counterman. He brought along his wife and daughter for a few months before deciding to head back to Colorful Colorado.
Mark joined the army in 1974 and he was honorably discharged in 1977. During that time, he was stationed throughout Europe. Mark enjoyed skiing the frigid, white slopes of Germany. And while in Europe, he also got to visit the wonderful sites of Paris.
When Mark came home from the military, he married the love of his life, Julie Stone. They met in Commerce City, CO when he was 16. They stayed in touch throughout his tour with the military.
In his later years, he was grandfather of 4 wonderful grandkids that he spoke fondly of every day of his life.
He loved grilling and cooking for his family, especially for Bronco games. For anyone that knew him, you will know that he loved his Broncos with very much enthusiasm.
Mark will forever be in our hearts.

 

8 Responses to Mark Edward Mallory

  1. John Lee says:

    I’m so sorry for your families loss I worked with Mark at trans west Mark was great to with he was always in a great mood and vary Hi Spirit and one of the best sense of humor.

  2. ige gustavson says:

    you’re goofy happiness will be missed. you had a way to make anyone smile. miss the cookoffs between you and pauly at transwest.

  3. Marla & Cesar says:

    To know Mark was to LOVE Mark!!! Everyone LOVED Mark!!! I will miss his sillyness and warm heart more than I can put into words!! There will be a huge whole in family gatherings that cannot be filled!! I’m sure my mom was standing at the gates with a huge smile!! Heaven has gained an amazing angel, but I know he will be so missed here! Cesar has gotten tons of calls from guys at work that are devastated by the loss of Mark too….like I said….To know Mark is to LOVE Mark and the guys at work are no exception… We love you so much Mark rest in peace you sweet sweet man!!!

  4. John Trujillo says:

    God bless you mark. You took me under your wing when I started out as a counter man. The things you taught me helped me be a lot of who I am today. Everyday I work I make everyone laugh just like you did. God bless you my friend I will miss you.

  5. Bernadette Flores says:

    It is with great sadness that I leave these condolences with the family. Mark was a good friend to many and always such a ray of sunshine when he walked into work. I will miss him dearly. May God help you all and comfort each of your hearts at this time and in the days to come.

  6. Diane Garcia & Family says:

    My thoughts and prayer are with all of the family. Mark was part of so many great childhood memories. He was so funny! He used to have his own lil nicknames for people. Taffyleskis (Carol’s dog Taffy), Marlie and Harla (Holly & Marla), and Fluf (Kim) always with that grin! Funny guy! Awesome dad..he would always come in the room and check on Toni and I when we were little. Thanks for some good memeories Mark! RIP

  7. Airyn Stone says:

    Love you grandpa Mark I’ll miss you love you so much truly yours Baby Girl.

  8. Sam Morgan says:

    I am so sorry to here such a horrible lose of a great person. He was always so happy and a great person to work with!

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