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Mark C. Leeds

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Mark C. Leeds (Auburn, Georgia) Passed on May 4, 2018.  Born Sept 25, 1954 in Scranton, Penna.  Military Veteran who Served 8 Years Active Duty US Air Force in the Avionics Field which included all types of aircraft such as B-52s and C-130's  He was a true American Patriot thru out his life. His working career included Electronic calibration and repair technician most of his life including running his own small business for Laser and Calibration and Repair.  Mark loved Fishing and being his own mechanic for auto maintenance.  Mark never hesitated to help anyone that was asked of him.  He leaves behind two loving Brothers Larry who lives in New Hampshire and John who lives in California.  He is predeceased by his wife Jeanne and Laurie.  He is survived by his son Chris Leeds in Virginia , and his daughter Amanda Harper of Mohnton, Pennsylvania. He is also survived by 8 grandchildren Francis Underwood , Cailin Underwood , Sawyer Underwood, William Harper, Spencer Harper, Lexie Harper, Sean Leeds, and Page Leeds. Mark will be Interned at a VA Cemetery in Central Pennsylvania.

8 Comments To "Mark C. Leeds"

Jeffrey E Meuler On May 28 2018 at 9pm
Rest well my friend Rest well ... Reply to this comment
Lori Jones On May 19 2018 at 4pm
Mark will be forever remembered as a sweet, kindhearted, giving, hard working person. I’m so glad I had the pleasure of knowing him and he will surely be missed. May you Rest In Peace my dear friend. Reply to this comment
Larry Leeds On May 21 2018 at 11am
Thanks Lori, I know Mark liked you a lot and spoke of you often. He never forgot about you
Reese On May 17 2018 at 6pm
Preciate your wisdom and your love your kindness. R.I.P SIR!!!! Reply to this comment
Ralph Cruz On May 17 2018 at 6pm
Mark worked at our company for 12 years and was an added asset to our work force, because of the ever-present sense of humor that God had blessed him with. We usually talked about the same subjects over and over again, and laughed together at the folly of people, including us two. I don’t think that he ever met a stranger, since people that he had just met felt that they had already known him. His charity towards all was well known among us. I shall surely miss him, until we meet again. Reply to this comment
Larry Leeds On May 18 2018 at 6pm
Thank you Ralph and Reese for your posts. We will all miss Mark for a long time. Mark will receive a full Military burial at the Veterans Cemetery at Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania on Friday June 1, 2018. May he have eternal peace
Larry Leeds On May 11 2018 at 7am
Love you Brother. You will be sadly missed and I will never forget you. Reply to this comment
Larry Leeds On May 11 2018 at 7am
Love you brother. We will all miss you for being a part of our lives. RIP Reply to this comment
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