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Mark John McNeal

December 4, 1963April 11, 2021

Our beloved Mark McNeal passed away on April 11, 2021.

He was a son, brother and partner who was loved by all. Mark loved to make people laugh. He moved out to California at 19 to pursue his love of comedy and performed all around the San Diego and Los Angeles area. He even won an Emmy for his comedy writing. After California, he moved to Memphis and then eventually came home to Pennsylvania.

Mark worked the last 24 years for Answering Advantage based in Memphis, TN. He was an avid Philadelphia baseball and football fan. Go Phillies and Eagles. He and his family loves a good game of whiffle ball; and he loved to find a bargain at yard sales and thrift shops. He was quick with a joke to get you to laugh and was always there for you when you needed anything.

Mark is survived by his partner, Sarah Hite; his mother, Margaret McNeal; siblings, Michael (Janet), Stephen B, Jean (Ed), Nancy (Alan) and Diane. Sarah's daughters Victoria and Bonnie; as well as many nieces and nephews, Kelly (Bill), Jamie (Waymon), Shaun (Trista), Stephen P, Joseph, Leigh, Jeffrey, Kala, Mikayla (Javier), Ariyanna, Avery, Jordyn, Morgan (Gary), Louis, Addisyn, Luca, Myleiaa, Kaison, Avayah, Ashton and Allora.

He is preceded in death by his father Gerald and niece Colleen.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday April 24, 2021 at 12:30pm at Good Shepherd Catholic Church; 3435 E Trindle Rd, Camp Hill, PA 17011, with Father Neil S. Sullivan officiating. A visitation will be held from 12:00pm until the time of services. Immediately following the celebration of life, there will be a time of food and fellowship at the church from 1:00 to 2:00pm before a procession to Rolling Green Cemetery; 1811 Carlisle Rd, Camp Hill, PA 1701, for interment.

In lieu of flowers, a Go Fund Me page in Marks name has been set up to assist in the coverage of Marks medical and personal expenses. The family would like to thank you for any contributions.


  • Sarah Hite, Partner
  • Margaret "Midge" McNeal, Mother
  • Gerald McNeal, Father (deceased)
  • Michael McNeal (Janet), Brother
  • Stephen B. McNeal, Brother
  • Jean (Ed), Sister
  • Nancy (Alan), Sister
  • Diane McNeal, Sister
  • Sarah's daughters Victoria and Bonnie; as well as many nieces and nephews, Kelly (Bill), Jamie (Waymon), Shaun (Trista), Stephen P, Joseph, Leigh, Jeffrey, Kala, Mikayla (Javier), Ariyanna, Avery, Jordyn, Morgan (Gary), Louis, Addisyn, Luca, Myleiaa, Kaison, Avayah, Ashton and Allora.

    Mark is also preceded in death by his niece Colleen.


  • Visitation

    Saturday, April 24, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, April 24, 2021

  • Reception

    Saturday, April 24, 2021

  • Interment

    Saturday, April 24, 2021


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Dwight Stanton

April 29, 2021

We will all miss Mark. Nice, friendly, and funny are some of this attributes. After meeting his family I know where he got them. I always enjoyed the challenge of finding the perfect Christmas gift for him.
Wishing the best for his family,

Stephen McNeal

April 22, 2021

Mark moved out to San Diego at 19 & lived with me. Years later he showed up in Memphis & again lived with me. Over all those years we played so many games of basketball, one-on-one, and he was a huge help in coaching my daughter's basketball and softball teams as well for many years. The most fun we had was playing wiffle ball. Each year each season culminated in our having our own World Series. We had so much fun together. What I remember, too, is that Mark never cheated or was a sore loser. He just enjoyed it all, two brothers playing.

Midge McNeal,

April 22, 2021

What can a mother say regarding the loss of a son. Her baby boy. Such a delightful man. Always offering a laugh and a happy thought. Called to say I love you to Dad and I and when Dad passed he continued every day. He was a perfect mate for Sarah. He knew God had a plan and he faced that plan. Thank you Mark from the bottom of my heart. Love Mom

Janice Hans

April 21, 2021

Dear Midge and family.

As for you and your family, I pray for comfort and courage in this difficult time.

May you keep in the deepest part of your soul the belief of all faiths that we will not be separated forever from those we love.

God bless you and Mark.

Janice Hans

Diane McNeal

April 17, 2021

What a great big brother Mark was. Always there when I needed him. He was my partner in crime growing up. Of course as an adult he confessed to our parents everything (well almost everything) and it was a big joke when we would get together. He was such a devoted son. He was off every Thursday from work and he and then he and Sarah would come every week for lunch and a visit with Mom and Dad and then Mom and me. He would call every day to just say I love you. He lived his life his way and ended it his way, at home with those he loved. He will be missed - love you.

Bonnie H

April 14, 2021

When my mother told me about her new boyfriend Mark I never thought a single person could make her as happy as she was. But he did. When i met him I never thought we could get along very well. But we did. And when We moved into his apartment I never thought I would get a second dad. But I did. My only regret is not being able to be there at the end.

Pat Davis

April 13, 2021

The McNeal’s were our neighbors through most of the years my daughters were growing up. Such a lovely, happy family. Mark always had that beautiful smile on his face and could always make you laugh. Lost touch with him when my girls grew up but have thought of him many times through the years. God Bless You to the family and my condolences for the loss of such a lovely human being.