Mark Joseph Stingone

January 23, 1958January 5, 2019

Mark Joseph Stingone, age 60, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at his home in Jacksonville, Florida. He was born January 23, 1958 in Homestead Florida, to Joseph and Barbara Stingone. He was a graduate of South Dade High School and graduate of the Florida Real Estate Institute where he applied his talent and love for people, leading to a successful career in real estate sales and investments. He was also the owner of Tropical Designs for over 15 years, sharing his masterful vision for landscape design. Mark truly lived life through simple pleasures; sharing stories from his time on the water with his dad and grandfather, spending time with friends & family, and watching his daughter and granddaughter grow through life. Mark had an uncanny ability to reach people in a positive and impactful way.

He is survived by his father, Joseph Stingone; his mother, Barbara Stingone; his daughter, Danielle; granddaughter, Wyndsor; his brother, Joe; his sister, Cindy, many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 10:00am at the Marian Center at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 11757 Old St. Augustine Rd.,Jacksonville, FL 32258.

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  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, January 19, 2019

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Betsey Hapner

January 15, 2019

My deepest sympathies on Mark's passing. I was shocked when Cindy let me know. I remember him so well from our teenage years! We had reconnected through Facebook a couple years ago. I had always been fond of him. He was so much fun and such a genuinely nice guy. I remember most the Siamese cat he gave me. That cat was gorgeous but bit everyone! I am sorry I am unable to come to Jacksonville for the service but my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Mark will be missed and remembered fondly by many.

James Owens

January 15, 2019

I would like to say a few words about my friend Mark Stingone. He and I have known each other since I had met his father almost 12 years ago. I can remember from the first time we met, he was my kind of guy. Mark was always on the move, creating and searching for sucess. Mark always took the time to support his family and friends.

Mark Stingone, in a few words, was one of those unique individuals that always could light up a room no matter what the tone was at that moment. He had the gift to bring joy and laughter to others, at any time, with a lesser regard to himself and the issues we all have to deal with in everyday life.

Mark was a dreamer and a entrepreneur. I can remember the many sessions he and I spent sitting at the table and planning " The next big thing". I remember how that drive he displayed inspired myself to succeed in my own life and endeavors.

Mark was a hard-working, intelligent, caring and very thoughtful person. He was very close to his family and friends and was blessed with so many people who cared about him and valued his friendship. I consider myself lucky to have known such person.

I guess to summarize the man, it was destiny for Mark Stingone to be the person that he was. Just think, when you take a family like the Stingones, the Strength of Joesph Senior and Junior ... add to it the love of Barbara and Cindy then just a touch of the generations of incredible family that was a product of that love and strength, It is Gods will for him to be.

Mark, thank you for your friendship and you will always be my brother from another mother. Myself and those for whom your life touched will miss you forever and thank God for the time we had together. May the lord be with you always.

Cindy Stingone/Geoghegan

January 14, 2019

My dear Brother, Mark. Now that you are gone, Your no longer here to share the bond we had together...
A bond of love and care! Yet, somehow something is for sure I do believe you are watching over me...
Like I’ve always look over you...
Now that from wordly cares you finally are free...
I miss you so very much!
And tears I cannot hide. Yet within my heart I feel you are always by my side...
Ever since you went away, life has never been the same...
Yet, it comforts me to know that one day we’ll meet again!
I love you with all my hear❤️

Don Roberts

January 14, 2019

I've had the pleasure of knowing the Stingone family and Mark for many years. Professionally, he helped my wife and I by designing and installing some landscaping several years ago. Mark had a 'eye' for creating landscaping plans that were both beautiful and in harmony with their surroundings and that also speaks volumes about his warm affable and disarming manner.
He was a devoted to his family and I know he will be greatly missed by one and all. I hope and pray the Lord will give his children and family peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Ann-Marie Braddock and Family

January 12, 2019

We will miss Uncle Mark very much and will cherish all our happy memories with him. He was so caring, thoughtful and funny. He could sure make the kids laugh and they really loved him! He loved his family & friends. He will be in our hearts forever.

Mary Trapani

January 10, 2019

I had only just met Mark, I am a friend of his parents. I was so struck by his sweet spirit and kindness. It was clear that he had a gift of being able to disarm you and make you feel instantly comfortable in his company. God bless his family and friends and may they have peace knowing he is now living in glory and paradise, where he waits for them to join him.

Jeannie Basso Koons

January 9, 2019

Beautiful handsome Mark always smiling and so uplifting he is never to busy to say hello and catch up..,he will be so missed.. I will always remember our early school days when us cousins would carpool! Marks time was short lived but Mark has left us and will be remembered for beautiful, happy and special memories that will last forever and a lifetime! Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers for understanding and peace for all of the family always. God Bless