OBITUARY

Mark Conlon Oakley

October 15, 1948February 13, 2013
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Oakley, Mark Conlon – Entered into life on October 15, 1948 in Inglewood, California. Entered into rest on February 13, 2013. Mark is survived by his daughter Christie (Stephan); granddaughters Taylor, Lexi and Emma; siblings Bruce (Barbara), Kent (Sarah) and Lucienne; and numerous nieces, nephews and friends who will miss him dearly. A Visitation will take place from 9-11am on Wed. Feb 20, 2013 with a Funeral Service at 11:00am. Both services will take place at Mt. Vernon Memorial Park, 8201 Greenback Ln. Fair Oaks, CA 95628. Interment to follow at Sacramento National Cemetery, Dixon, CA on Thursday, February 21 at 10:00am. For more information please visit www.mountvernonmemorial.com.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, February 20, 2013
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, February 20, 2013
  • Graveside Service Thursday, February 21, 2013
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Vicki Carlock

March 11, 2013

Christie and family,
I have started this a few times but find it hard to put in words. So please know you are all in my thoughts. May the memories always be with you. Love Vicki

Kim Keyser

March 6, 2013

Your Dad will always be here in spirit. He will greet you in your dreams. Your memories of his love for you and Emma will carry you through. In heaven he can have steak and eggs everyday and watch Miss Em grow up. He will be with you in whatever you do. He is proud of you. He loved you always and he will forever no matter what. My love to you and the whole family.

February 20, 2013

Dear Bruce & Barbara,
We were so sorry to hear of Mark's passing. He was always so pleasant and
cheerful. We met him a couple of times @ your home. He was too young
to pass away. Our deepest sympathy to you both and his family.

Love, Joe and Fran Sinagra

Renate Thomason

February 20, 2013

Your Dad/Papa was an amazing man. He was a blessing to our entire family. We all loved and cared for him. He will be greatly missed. I hope the fond memories of him will carry you through your sorrow and comfort your today's and tomorrow's. We will keep him in our hearts forever..."
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Lucienne Lawson

February 18, 2013

Mark,

I will miss many things about you: your phone calls to shoot the breeze, your patience in teaching me to drive, your skill in raising Christie and your love for Emma.

Emma Thomason

February 17, 2013

Papa I love you so much!!! Why did you have to go. At least you can eat all the candy you want. My Papa can also get the biggest T.V in the galaxy.I miss my Papa very much. He was a loving,caring,and awesome Papa.I wish he could be here with us,but I know he is.I also know me and my mom,my dad,and my whole family will miss him deaply,but will know he's not in pain. I hope my Papa is happy.You will always be the BEST Papa forever!!!!!! Love your little one,Emma!

Kent Oakley

February 17, 2013

Mark, I am grateful for our time together both growing up and especially for the last year. There are so many great memories that I have to keep you close by. I won't forget all that you did for me; all that you did raising Christie and all that you were for your grandaughter Emma. Rest in peace and remember that when we meet again it's your turn to buy breakfast.

Christie Thomason

February 16, 2013

Dear Dad, Where do I begin. Laugh at all the moments we created as I grew up. Cringe at all the times I got in trouble growing up. Cry at the many more moments we still needed to have together. I'm the luckiest daughter in the world to have had such an amazing, strong, big hearted father like you. You raised me to be happy, independent and to be the best that I can be. Emma is the luckiest granddaughter in the world have such a proud Papa who adored her so dearly. Two peas in a pod is the best way I could describe the both of you. I pray that your spirit continues to be with her as she grows in life. I see so much of you in Emma. Some of her comments, the way she thinks things through and don't forget a sprinkle of stubbornness too. Thank you for being a father to Stephan. I know Stephan has a great deal of respect for you and loves you with all of his heart. Dad my heart hurts right now but I know over time that pain will heal. I know you will be with me and my family forever. I love you so much Dad. Your loving daughter, Christie

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY