Mark W. Tucker
Mark W. Tucker, 34, of Quincy, passed away suddenly on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at home. He is survived by his loving mother, Debra Machado and her husband Robert of Attleboro; his father, Joseph Tucker of Easton; his daughter, Lily; 1 brother, David Wolfe of Attleboro; 1 sister, Jenna Machado of Attleboro; his maternal grandmother, Eleanor Fink of Stoughton; 1 niece, Sarah Wolfe of Attleboro along with several aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. All who knew Mark will miss him dearly.
Mark was born and raised in Quincy where he graduated from North Quincy High School. He played baseball all throughout high school and grew to be an avid sports fan supporting the Boston Red Sox, the Boston Bruins and the New England Patriots. He worked as a journeyman electrician and was gaining experience and knowledge to become licensed.
All are invited to celebrate Mark’s life on Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 3:30 PM at Murray Unitarian Universalist Church, 505 North Main Street, Attleboro, MA. Burial is private. If you would like to send flowers, they can be sent to the church.
My sincere condolences for the loss of your son, brother, father and friend. Mark always spoke openly, honestly and respectfully when engaging with me. He was a pleasure to have as a resident of the South Shore Recovery Home, bringing a huge smile, a strong determination to remain sober and a desire to return a healthier man to his family. May the God of my understanding watch over all of Mark’s loved ones in your time of grief!
Mark an I had a special bond. I will always be thankful for those memories. RIP Mark
Robert and Family: The loss of a loved one is most extreme pain that we can ever have in this lifetime. The pain of the loss comes amid the incredible memories that we have for our loved one! We who know you and your family share in your incredible loss of your son, Mark! We are here to support and help you through your grief. Remember the wonderful times you had with Mark and just know he will be waiting for the time when you will see him again!!!
Mark was a good and loyal friend during our days growing up in North Quincy. He always treated everyone kindly and knew how to get a smile and laugh out of you, even when you were having a bad day. We walked and talked together, shared many memories at Parker School Yard and Cavanaugh Field, and went on many neighborhood adventures and journeys around Quincy with the boys. My condolences to the entire family on this loss, and my hopes for healing in the days, weeks, and years to come. Mark my friend, you will be dearly missed.
I can't believe you're gone..I'm glad I got to know you in the short time we where in the house together.my heart felt condolences to your family..rip brother..
He will be terribly missed...extremely missed..My thoughts n condolences are w all of you...
So sorry for your loss
I’m sorry for your loss ❤️
I will miss Mark’s smile and kind eyes. So very sorry for your loss. :(
We are so sorry. Your family is in our prayers
Mark had a beautiful smile and that smile is gone forever. Way to soon. You will be missed and loved by many. I remember seeing you in Qyincy and we had a nice talk. Rest easy buddy miss you already.
Very sorry to hear of this news. Thoughts and prayers for the family
Sorry for your loss..
So sorry. Mark was an awesome guy. Will miss him.
So sorry. Mark was an awesome guy.
I am sorry for your loss.
I’ll miss you Mark. I think about you all the time. I wish you were still here. Peace and prayers for you and your family.
Many condolences and prayers for all of Mark’s family. Losing Mark has to be heartbreaking to all who knew him.