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Mark R Dion

June 24, 1971 - April 29, 2022

Mark R Dion

June 24, 1971 - April 29, 2022


Obituary For Mark R Dion

Mark R Dion, 50, of Lynnfield, died unexpectedly Friday April 29, 2022. Born in Malden, he was the son of Marie S (Falzarano) Dion of Lynnfield and the late Raymond R. Dion.
He was a lifelong resident of Lynnfield and a graduate of Essex Aggie High School in Danvers, class of 1989.

His course of study was culinary arts and upon his graduation from high school, he was a long-time cook who worked for various hospitals on the North Shore from Melrose / Wakefield Hospital to Lynn Union Hospital.

He most recently started working for the Town of Lynnfield as a custodian in the public schools, and just a brief time ago, he began working at the Town Hall in the same capacity.

Mark was an avid sports fan and especially loved watching the Bruins and Red Sox, He enjoyed his bowling league on Tuesday nights and his favorite time of year was Christmas. He always walked in the annual American Cancer Society outing, and he also enjoyed maintaining his backyard and was very meticulous about his pool and the grounds around his home, he took immense pride in that.

Besides his loving mother, he is survived by his sister and brother-in-law, Donna Hult-Andrews and Bill Andrews of Hampton, NH, his beloved nieces and nephew, Ashley McQuilkin, David Hult, and Caitlyn Decker and by his grand nieces and nephews, Emmaline, Rowan, Lily, and Annabelle.

Visiting hours will be held on Thursday from 9:30 until 10:30 AM at the Conway, Cahill-Brodeur Funeral Home, 82 Lynn St, Peabody, followed by his Funeral Mass at 11:00 AM at Our Lady of the Assumption Church, Grove St, Lynnfield to which relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett.

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  • To my brother I can not believe I am writing these words on your obituary. It was not supposed to be like this. I still remember the day that Mom and Dad brought you home from the hospital...all 10+ pounds of you! You were the most beautiful thing I had ever seen and I was so happy to be your big sister. I vowed that I would always love and protect you until my last breath. I did not anticipate that God would call my little brother home before me. I asked God why he changed the plans but I get no answer. I guess it is not for me to know right now. Perhaps one day I will understand the greater plan. Until then, know that I have loved you all your life and you will live on forever in my heart until we meet again...your sister

  • Our condolences to Mark's mom , sister. For the sudden loss of Mark. He was an amazing human being, friend to many & truely a thoughful person. He will truely be missed by all. I wish I could attend the service but I am sick. My thought and prayers are with you all. Love to all ox Mike & Heatther DiVito

  • I only knew Mark such a short time. He came to work every day with such a smile and positive attitude. Always going the extra mile. My thoughts and prayers are with you. God bless Mark and Rest In Peace. Meredith Stone

  • Dear Marie, Donna and Family, We are so very sorry to hear of Mark's untimely passing. We really only knew him through you, Marie, and that he took such very good care of you. He was a gentle soul for sure. Godspeed Mark. Ed & Carol Fee

  • So very sorry to hear of Mark's passing. He was a rock of strength for his dear mother, Marie. He was a wonderful man and a great friend. We will all miss him so much. God welcome you into His arms, Mark. God be with your family.

  • RIP Mark so very sorry to hear about your passing. I was looking forward to working with you at the town hall, I remember working with you in the school kitchen when I was there.

  • Although we did not know Mark we are so sorry to hear that he suddenly passed away way too soon We know his sister Donna well who is a one in a million So no doubt Mark was too We can only hope his Mom Donna and the entire family can get through this most difficult time With our love and deepest sorrow Jim and Nancy Managlia

  • With deepest sympathy from Ave Maria Parish, Our Lady of the Assumption and St. Maria Goretti church, parish, staff, parishioners and the Ministry of Consolation, our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this very difficult time.

  • My deepest sympathies for Mark's Family. Mark was a great man and was a good friend. He will be greatly missed and will forever be in my memories. Rest in piece my friend

  • I worked with Mark at union hospital we had some good laughs...you are gone too soon my friend I will miss you and I will never forget you...may you rest in peace..🙏🙏🙏

  • Mark ...I will forever miss you. You were a great man and one of.my best friends. ❤️ you always Allison

  • Condolences to Mark's Family, so sorry for your loss. He worked at Union Hospital as a cook when I also worked there. Mark was a really nice guy and we stayed friends on facebook. I am shocked at his sudden passing. May he rest in peace

  • So sorry to see this, my condolences to his family. The Angus Family

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