Mark, age 54, passed away on August 17th, 2021.  He was a resident of Colorado Springs for 44 years and was formerly a resident of Rosewood, Ohio.  Mark was an Asphalt Paving Superintendent at Schmidt Construction.  He loved his job and was proud to be a part of the Levy and Schmidt family.

Mark was born on November 30th, 1966, to James and Sharon (Harp) Everett in Sidney, Ohio.  On June 1st, 2010, he married Tammy (Greathouse) in Colorado Springs.

Mark was fond of time racing his Mustang and was a member of the Colorado Springs Mustang Club.  He also enjoyed target shooting and had an appreciation for camping and traveling.  Mark was a member of the Freedom Seekers motorcycle club and attended Doherty High school graduating in 1985.

He is survived by his loving wife, Tammy; his son: Casey; his parents: Jim and Sharon and his sibling: Jami. 

A visitation will be held from 2:00pm to 4:00pm on Friday, August 27th, 2021, at Shrine of Remembrance, 1730 East Fountain Blvd., Colorado Springs 80910.

Mark will be deeply missed by his family and close friends. 

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  1. On our way to Colorado Springs . See you Friday . John and Tess

  2. Our thought and prayers are with you and your family during this time.

    Daniel Shoemaker
    C Rock Enterprise

  3. RIP Mark. A good man gone to soon. God Bless

  4. Rest In Peace!

  5. Mark is going to be missed dearly. Not just as a co-worker but also as a friend. I first met Mark on a trip out to Colorado for a site visit back in 2009. He was a great help to us back in Dearborn with helping get his employee’s iPhones and iPads setup for them. He ended up becoming a good friend and he will be greatly missed.

  6. Mark was one of the good guys. Iaurie and I will miss him.

  7. Mark, you know that I loved you so deeply and you are going to be a extremely missed. I loved you so much. Please look down upon me and help me through this. I know that sometime we will meet again. Dad

  8. Mark, I love you so much and I will miss you forever. Please look down upon me and guide me through this. I know we will meet again but until then, I will miss you with all my heart.

  9. Mark’s service was beyond words. He was loved and respected by so many. Blessings to all who were honored by his life.

  10. Mark, we were only able to spend a small amount of time with you but that time gave us insight to your generous heart and your tremendous love for our niece Tammie. You were a very talented man that spread laughter and wisdom to all who came into contact with you. God bless you! we will see each other again. Christine and Mark

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