Mark
Rochester: Monday, July 21, 2014 at age 53. Predeceased by his parents, Donald and Beatrice Wentworth; sister, Peggy Webster. Survived by his daughter, Stephanie Wentworth; brother, Donald (Beth); sisters, Jill (Jimmie) Allen and Laurie (Dan) Belec; friend, Tim O'Malley; several nieces, nephews, loving family and dear friends. Mark is a Veteran of the United States Army and will be deeply missed. Mark's Memorial Service will be celebrated Monday, July 28th 10:00 AM in the Chapel of Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to Palliative Care at Highland Hospital 1000 South Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620. For more information or to sign Mark's online guestbook, please visit www.MeesonFamily.com

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  1. Our hearts are broken, but we knew it was time to let you go. I will miss you little brother and I know that we will meet again. I love you with all my heart. Hugs and kisses.

  2. Mark had many good friends in high school. I would like to think I was one of them. I know you will be missed……. my thoughts and prayers Darcy DellaVella

  3. Jill, Laurie, & Donnie, I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. I can still remember both Mark and Laurie as babies and your Mom chasing after them, while us older kids laughed at their antics. Though it’s been many years since I have seen Mark, I will always remember him as this little blond haired boy, with a contagious giggle, and high-octane energy! He was such a friendly soul and I regret that I didn’t get to know him better when he became a adult. My loss truly. Rest in peace young man. You are now safe and sound with your family. Have fun catching up, and when it’s my time to pass, I’ll bring you some more of my famous caramel popcorn.

  4. I,m sorry for your loss,Mark was a good person and old friend,last time me and Mark met was at the old Mt Read Wegmans heard someone shouting my name from a distance and this person with hand extended walking toward me,hey man…it’s Mark…Mark Wentworth,we shook hands and hugged,then laughed and talked about old times,you will be missed my friend.
    My condolences.
    Glenn Dombrowski

  5. I can not believe he is really gone. He was such a huge part of my life for the last 28 years. He gave me the greatest gift in the world, our beautiful daughter, Stephanie. He was goofy, funny, real (never fake or phony), friendly, would talk your ear off, always willing to help you if he could. He loved Harley’s, Music/Concerts, movies, landscape/plants, hanging out with friends, football, my meatballs, but most of all he loved his Daughter with all his heart. My message to you, Mark, Midnight Rider, I know you are riding your Harley (and have your full head of hair back) and are with your Parents, Peggy and friends who passed before you did. I am so glad we stayed friends all these years, through thick and thin. Thank you for all the times you helped me when I asked you to. I am glad we spent some time together at the end when we went to the Duke Jupiter concert together. I will miss you always.

  6. To the family ,.,I’m sorry for your loss ,, mark was great and amazing guy ., and funny I hung out wit him and a lot of friends at the Penny arcade and Charlotte beach parties my condolences
    Candy lamere simerson

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