Colonial Funeral Home

323 2nd Street, Columbia, MS


Mark Anthony Peak

June 24, 1963September 3, 2020

Mark Anthony Peak, of Columbia, Mississippi, passed away on Thursday, September 3, 2020 at the age of 57. He was born in Columbia as one of eight children to Fred and Sylvia Peak and has remained a lifelong resident of Columbia. Mark had a big heart and never met a stranger. He was a handyman and will be remembered for his ability to repair anything. He was preceded in death by his father, Fred Lee Peak. Mark is survived by his son, Justin Peak; his loving mother, Sylvia Peak; three sisters, Judy (James) Priest, Wanda Peak, and Deborah Moorman; four brothers, David (Freddie) Peak, Philip (Dana) Peak, Sr., Tommy (Linda) Peak, and Paul Peak; and numerous nieces and nephews. There will be a graveside service, officiated by Elvis Smith, for Mark at 10:00am on Sunday, September 6, 2020 in Foxworth Cemetery. James Priest, Barron Turnage, Ricky Holloway, Elvis Smith, Mark Broom, and Jessie Kelly will assist as pallbearers.


  • Fred Lee Peak, Father (deceased)
  • Sylvia Maxwell Peak, Mother
  • Judy Priest (James Priest), Sister
  • Wanda Peak, Sister
  • Deborah Moorman, Sister
  • David Peak (Freddie Peak), Brother
  • Philip Peak (Dana Peak), Brother
  • Tommy Peak (Linda Peak), Brother
  • Paul Peak, Brother
  • Justin Peak, Son
  • Numerous Nieces and Nephews

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  • James Priest
  • Barron Turnage
  • Ricky Holloway
  • Elvis Smith
  • Mark Broom
  • Jessie Kelly


  • Graveside Service

    Sunday, September 6, 2020


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Millie Chisholm

September 7, 2020

One of my best memories of Mark is seeing him come up my gravel road on that motorcycle he just had to have. You would have thought he was 18 again. The smile on his face will always be in my mind. You are missed Mark Peak. RIP. There will never be another friend
like you. I love you Pimp Daddy. Millie Chisholm...

Jessica Lambert

September 5, 2020

Im going to miss good ole Rick Flare.. my best memory of Brother Peak was the time my aunt jenny caught him slippin.. lol... RIP Mark .. youll be missed. Thank u for being a descent person on this earth. Youll be missed.


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