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Mark Allen Halpen

August 23, 1967 - November 19, 2022
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Mark Allen Halpen, age 55 of Newark, Delaware passed away on November 19, 2022.  He was born on August 23, 1967 in Fall River, Massachusetts to Judith (Paiva) Halpen and the late Thomas F. Halpen. Mark lived and worked in many places throughout his life, beginning with a move to Tiverton, RI as a youngContinue Reading

Phil Sorrentino left a message on November 26, 2022:
Rest easy my friend. You will be missed .
Martin gray left a message on November 26, 2022:
Catch up later bro, till then ride free and raise hell.
Michelle Petrou left a message on November 25, 2022:
Sending love and prayers, my condolences to your family. God Bless 😔😇🙏❤
Debbie and Kevin Starks left a message on November 25, 2022:
Our condolences Mark better times on the other side💙💙❤️😇
Kristin Rioux left a message on November 25, 2022:
Rest in peace Mark. Will miss your posts. I will never forget how Wendy and I sent you a picture of us two and said Happy Sunday .Some of the posts would crack me up especially Smokey and the bandit My deepest sympathy to your family . I will never forget you.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Joe oliveira left a message on November 25, 2022:
My condolences to your family, being in the same classes with you in middle and high school was always a adventure. RIP mark
Bill Moniz left a message on November 24, 2022:
Rest in peace Brother. You truly will be missed. Ride high in the sky now.
Sherry Duarte left a message on November 24, 2022:
My sincere condolences to my 2nd family. Love 💕 you all.
Maggie DeMars left a message on November 24, 2022:
Uncle mark was always very involved in my life as a kid and I can still remember to this day how excited I felt when I knew he was coming over. He always made us laugh and growing up sometimes felt like I had three older brothers, Tommy, Matt, and uncle mark lol. we had a special relationship and I remember being very sad when he moved to Delaware. However, I soon realized it felt like he never left, he always called and kept very much involved in our lives. So, no matter how far he was it felt like he never left. He could always make someone feel special and acknowledged every accomplishment I ever had on Facebook. He was proud of me and let me know quite often. When I came home this weekend I greeted my nephew with a hug and realized how much I love and care about him and then realized that is how uncle mark felt about me all these years. I know he is not in pain and in a better place but man do I miss him already. I didn’t realize how often we contacted each other until now. I love him very much and I know he felt our presence in the room on that day and knew how loved he was❤️
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Tommy left a message on November 23, 2022:
Uncle Marky and I when I was 3
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Tommy left a message on November 23, 2022:
Dear Uncle Marky, I know you’re in a better place but even knowing that doesn’t make the loss of you any easier. You always went out of your way to be in my life and show your love for us. From buying me video games that my mom wouldn’t let me play and hiding them under old shoes so she wouldn’t notice. To picking me up to get pizza and wings and blaring Styx “Mr. Roboto” in your car. To always reaching out about Gina and I and most of all our son Thomas. Even though you lived far from us the last 15 years I always felt like you were right down the street cheering for me as I started through life. Whether it was graduating high school or college, getting a corporate job, getting married, or having a son. You always commented, shared, texted, and called to check in. Funny thing is I still do the Popeye impression you used to do with me when I was little but now with my 2 year old son. I will always have a spot for you in my heart and my son will always know who my Uncle Marky was. Until we meet one day again. I love you uncle mark and I hope to make you proud! Love, Tommy
Wendy Norman left a message on November 23, 2022:
To my loud crazy little brother you were one of a kind you made me laugh so hard with your stories the one thing i know everyone will know you have arrived in heaven and now you will be at peace god speed love you my angel kiss mama for me..
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Casey left a message on November 23, 2022:
"Chuck cheese sucks!" The majority of my memories of you are funny things you would say or some shenanigans from when I was younger. So many good times. Your laughter was contagious. I'll never be able to listen to some songs the same way again. Today I heard 'free bird' and broke down thinking of you. I'm sure that will happen throughout the rest of my life. I love you so much. " Who loves you? Uncle Mark loves you!" Is something I'll always hear. ❤️
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Matthew halpen left a message on November 23, 2022:
I love you always pop I’m gonna make it happen no matter what I won’t let anybody or anything stop me from becoming the best man I can be by the time we meet again the word will know the last name your name will live on through my son when I have one till next time your son matt I love you
Heidi left a message on November 23, 2022:
Had to post this pic. The iconic sunglasses. I know you would like this one.
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Heidi left a message on November 23, 2022:
Dearest Baby Brother, I love you and will miss you always. Soar with your new wings; I am guessing they are made from a combination of Trans Am and Harley Davidson - fly high and forever “Marky” love your sister Heidi.
RT Foard left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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