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Mark K. Cannell

December 1, 1963 - December 25, 2019

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Posted by:
Edwin Ventura

Posted on:
January 4, 2020

Thanks Mr Mark you was a great and friendly person I will never forget you

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Rhonda P

Posted on:
January 4, 2020

R.I.P. Marky.....thoughts and prayers to the family ???? He was a great funny loving guy. He’ll missed dearly.

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Donna Fay

Posted on:
January 3, 2020

My Deepest sympathy and condolences to the Cannell family for the loss of Mark. He was a lot of fun and had a great sense of humor. We have lost another one of our Egmont family sadly to say. Thoughts and prayers for all of you in this very difficult time. God Bless, Donna Fay

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Carol McCaffrey

Posted on:
January 3, 2020

Betty, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this extremely difficult time. Let us know if you need anything during this difficult time. Carol McCaffrey

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Sena Shaffer Griggs

Posted on:
January 2, 2020

My deepest condolences to the Cannell and Goodrich family . I was Deeply saddened by the loss of Mark who I always referred to him as the “ Gentle Giant “ for he had such a large personality that would make one laugh with tears running down your face . This is such a great loss to the families and I pray GOD provides all of you strength and courage during your time of grief which sadly never goes away you just learn to live with the grief . Heaven is surely laughing now because the Angel of comedy arrived with that phenomenal personality. Rest In Peace Mark for you will never be forgotten and your spirit will always be with your family . Godspeed Sena Griggs

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Robin Cedrone

Posted on:
December 31, 2019

I’m so sorry for the loss of Mark. He was such a great guy. Loved watching him sing his Neil Diamond. The pranks and fun we had growing up. Watching the Bruins games. God bless him. God bless his family. Rest Easy Mark. ??

Posted by:
Debbie Kirschtel

Posted on:
December 29, 2019

We are very sorry to hear of your brothers passing. May he Rest In Peace. Debbie &Steve &Eric

Posted by:
Linda (Madden) Kathary

Posted on:
December 29, 2019

My deepest condolences to the Cannell and Goodrich Families. I am so very sorry for your loss. Be at peace Mark Cannell ??

Posted by:
Michele Wagner

Posted on:
December 29, 2019

My condolences to the entire Cannell family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Mark was always a kind and funny guy. Had a lot of good memories of Mark growing up. My heart goes out to all of you. Wishing you strength and peace. R.I.P. Mark

Posted by:
Maura Carson Murray

Posted on:
December 28, 2019

Growing up in Brookline (Egmont specifically where we lived) there were no such things as strangers. We were family. From the youngest to the oldest, age didn't matter. We looked after each other, played together and many future lives were joined together in marriage. Some were not successful and some were. Mark was lucky enough to marry his childhood sweetheart Cheryl . Together they raised a family. They were one of the lucky ones......as were all reached our "mature" adult years we never forgot our roots. Our lives, much like an intricate puzzle started to come apart. Sadly in the past years we've lost many peices of the puzzle. Mark was one of many little brothers. He was part of the "younger group" that was defined by 2 years. At the very minimum. God called our little brother home too soon. We mourn ...we cry...and sometimes laugh remembering little secrets or jokes we all shared with Mark. We lost another peice of the puzzle. You see, Mark wasn't an ordinary. Puzzle peice. He was a corner peice. The most important peice. How often in our life time will we ever, ever have the opportunity to miss someone as special as Mark was to his extended Brookline Family? My heart is heavy knowing that for the rest of my life I will not see his smile nor hear his laugh again. His joked? We'll remember the good ones and share them with others. The bad ones? Not so much. Rest well my friend. Your life will be celebrated with many generations of family. We salute you. Then, now and forever.

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