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Mark Henry Berube

August 6, 1954February 10, 2021
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Mark H Berube, passed away unexpectedly on February 10th, 2021. Mark was born in Salem Massachusetts on August 6th, 1954 and was the son of the late Robert and Patricia (Barry) Berube. Mark was part of the class of 1973 at Salem Mass High School where he loved hockey. Salem was his hometown until 1980, which he then joined the US Navy and was stationed in Brunswick Maine. Before he left Salem Massachusetts, he met the love of his life and married Donna A (Morneau) Berube. After getting married in 1980, together they started a life in Maine where they resided and started their family. Together they had 3 daughters Nicole, Nadine and Monica. His daughters, wife, grandkids and especially his shot gun rider Diezel were his life. Mark had recently retired from Bath Iron Works on August 6th, 2017. After retirement his passion became Mopar’s, racing and Harleys. His garage became his second home where he spent all his time working on cars, listening to music and raking up all those “damn acorns” from his yard. When not in his garage or in his yard, he spent his time on the walking path with his best friend Diezel, cheering on his grandkids at their sporting events, or at a racetrack or car show. He is predeceased by his mother and father, Robert and Patricia (Barry) Berube. In his immediate family he is survived by his brothers, Dean and Michael Berube, his wife, Donna (Morneau) Berube, his daughters, Nicole (Berube) Norman and husband Jerry Norman, Nadine Berube and partner Rick Roy and Monica (Berube) Morrissette and husband Kevin Morrissette. He is also survived by his grandkids, Brittany Norman, Caleb Berube, Brook Norman, Keeghan Morrissette and Ava Kottman along with many nieces, nephews, cousins and many lifelong friends.

“When an angle misses you, they toss a penny down… sometimes to cheer you up, or to make a smile out of your frown. So, don’t pass by that penny when you’re feeling blue; it may be a penny from heaven that an angel tossed to you.” -Anonymous

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in honor of Mark. Mark always supported/provided help to anyone who needed and would want everyone to continue it in honor of him. Donations to charities and programs that support things such as mental health, alcohol awareness and suicide prevention would mean the world to our family and Mark.

Visitation will be Wednesday February 17th at Crosman Funeral home 40 Main St. Lisbon Falls starting at 3pm to 5pm.

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Maureen White

February 18, 2021

So sorry to hear about your loss. My heart goes out to Donna and her children and all the Grandchildren and families.. May God bless you with wonderful memories of Mark.
Maureen White & Paula LaRoche.

Marc and Rena Castonguay

February 17, 2021

Mark was a tool keeper in the ultra hull at BIW when we first met him... I thought he was a real mean guy and didn't really like going to the tool crib so I would have my husband Marc get what I needed for the night... after awhile we became friends and when he talked about retirement we were so happy for him... we asked for his phone number and we never called... we found the phone number the other day... and then we got this news... we are so sorry we never made that phone call... our condolences to Donna / family and friends ...RIP MARK.

Dick & Sue Buzzell

February 17, 2021

We have known Mark for quite a few years at BIW where he was in maintenance and as a tool keeper. He always went the extra mile to help you out when ya needed something special. We always enjoyed talking with Mark, and listening about his hobbies, and especially sharing photos and stories about our families. Mark was very proud of his family. We was so happy for Mark when he said he was retiring from BIW. Sending hugs and prayers for Donna and the whole family. Mark will be missed.

Jessi Dyer

February 16, 2021

My heart goes out to each and every one of you. Your tribute is a testament to memories of love laughter and pride for having such a beautiful family. So sorry for your loss, words can not express.
Love to you all, take care, take comfort, take heart. Strong tight hugs to you Donna, xo

Anne & Arthur Hoffman

February 15, 2021

There are not enough words to express how sorry we are - our thoughts and prayers are with Donna and the whole family during this incredibly sad time. There are some friendships and memories that are treasures - these special people always remain in your thoughts and heart through the years - Mark you are one of those cherished friends who will forever remain in our hearts - we love you.

RIP dear friend - may we meet again

Linda Champagne

February 15, 2021

Such a wonderful obit Our prayers and thoughts are with Donna and the girls and their families during this hard time. Keep your memories alive and rely on each other for strength. Linda and Ray Champagne

Michel Curran

February 15, 2021

When I ran my bike shop, Mark would stop by and we would sit on the bench outside and I always enjoyed his company. I have been meaning to stop by and see him after noticing him outside, but was always in a rush to somewhere, wish I had stopped, he was a good Man. RIP my Brother.

George Sands

February 14, 2021

Sorry to hear this. Mark was a good man. Had a lot of good times with him and the gang growing up. Mark had his own recipe of making hamburger pattys and they were delicious. Rest in peace my friend

barbara walker

February 14, 2021

My most favorite Memory is each and every time Mark Donna I and Bruce got together to celebrate the successes of our grandson Caleb Berube as he was the glue that brought us all together.
Our love for Caleb was our connection and always will be
Rest in Peace Mark
Bruce and I will take it from here and you keep an eye from where you are on our boy
Love Bruce and Barbie Walker

Jean Belanger

February 13, 2021

so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers go out to you

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