Kraft Funeral Service

708 East Spring Street, New Albany, IN


DUE TO ALLERGIES - NO FLOWERS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Thank you for understanding.

Mark Edward Uhl

June 25, 1966January 3, 2020
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Mark Edward Uhl, 53, passed away Friday, January 3, 2020. He was born June 25, 1966 in New Albany, Indiana to the late Carl J. and Mary Emma (James) Uhl. Mark was a 1984 graduate of Providence High School and received his Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University Southeast. He worked in sales and IT at several businesses in the area. He was an avid IU, NASCAR, and car fan in general and was a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church in Jeffersonville. Mark was never at a loss for words and he cherished the time spent with his family, friends, and his dog, Jack.

Survivors include his wife of 27 years, Carol Rae (Pfannmoeller) Uhl; son, Joseph M. Uhl; brother, Kevin J. Uhl (Vickey); sister-in-law, Cheryl Sullivan (Larry); parents-in-law, Ray and Carolynn Pfannmoeller; nieces and nephews, Valerie Billau (C.J.), James Uhl (Jamie), Rebecca Robertson, Jessica Sullivan, and Stephen Sullivan; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and great nieces and nephews; and many friends.

Visitation will be 12 pm ~ 8 pm Friday at Kraft Funeral Service, 708 E. Spring Street, New Albany, Indiana. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:05 am Saturday at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Jeffersonville, Indiana with burial to follow in Queen of Heaven Catholic Cemetery, Jeffersonville.

Due to allergies, no flowers will be accepted. Contributions in Mark’s memory may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Online condolences may be made to www.kraftfuneralservice.net.


  • Carol Rae (Pfannmoeller) Uhl, Wife of 27 Years
  • Joseph M. Uhl, Son
  • Kevin J. Uhl (Vickey), Brother
  • Carl J. and Mary Emma (James) Uhl, Parents (deceased)
  • Jack, His Dog
  • Cheryl Sullivan (Larry), Sister-in-law
  • Ray and Carolynn Pfannmoeller, Parents-in-Law
  • Valerie Billau (C.J.), Niece
  • James Uhl (Jamie), Nephew
  • Rebecca Robertson, Niece
  • Jessica Sullivan, Niece
  • Stephen Sullivan, Nephew
  • Numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, great nieces and nephews and many friends.

  • St. Jude Children's Research Hospital


  • Visitation Friday, January 10, 2020
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, January 11, 2020


Mark Edward Uhl

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Judith Manning

January 11, 2020

So very sorry for your loss. I’m visiting in Boston, otherwise I’d be there. Prayers for all,

Karen Kelleher

January 10, 2020

So very sorry for your loss. If there is anything we can do please just let us know.

Christina Olsson

January 7, 2020

I worked with Mark at Metro United Way for 10 years. He was not only great at his job, he was wonderful at making everyone....everyone feel like they were important. I will always remember him for his humor, and his incredible kindness. He was a gentle, goodhearted man and a servant of humanity. May his memory be a blessing.

Linda Merk

January 6, 2020

So sorry to hear of your loss your family is in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time 🙏🙏🙏

Jerry Uhl

January 6, 2020

Mark and I basically grew up together. Literally across the street from each other. Riding our bicycles together back-and-forth from one form to the other and finding fun things to do. Camping out in our mutual friends backyard (Curt Rone). We graduated from bicycles to dirt bikes. Always challenging each other and having a good time. BTW... I think we must have been 17 in the included photo. Mark literally saved my life in 1986 by making a phone call that maybe nobody else would have made. He and I were in a serious car wreck. Yes. I was driving. Fortunately he was able to make it to a phone to call 911. One of the best things to ever happened to Mark in my opinion was his marriage to Carol. He loved her dearly and she’s been by his side through everything. I’ll also NEVER forget the sound of pride and love when he called me one evening roughly 20 years ago. As we spoke on the phone. I heard a baby crying in the background. Mark said “Did you hear that?” I said “Whatcha got there Mark?” He replied with a loving and joyful voice. “Our new baby boy. His name is Joseph!” Carol and Mark have done such a wonderful job of raising Joseph (Joe) to be such a fine young man. He’s always had good in his heart and he deserved good in return. There are so many things I could say about the fond memories I have of Mark and his wonderful family. I loved him and will always be grateful for the memories.

Cory Stewart

January 6, 2020

It was an honor and privilege to get to know and spend time with Mark over the years. We will miss him greatly.

Carol and Joseph our hearts and love go out to you. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Marilyn SCHICKEL/Lines

January 6, 2020

Dear Family,
I am so sad for your loss. Though I left Southern Indiana the year before Mark was born (I’m his Oldest cousin)...I fondly remember Uncle Carl and Aunt Mary. He obviously was a great person......who ‘fought the good fight’....blessed with a caring family. May each of you be comforted in your sorrow....knowing you are being held by many caring hands and hearts. Bless you!
Marilyn Schickel/Lines

Linda Smith

January 6, 2020

We were so very sorry to learn of the death of Mark. He was so sweet and will be missed by many. Know that the entire family will be in our thoughts and prayers.
God Bless, your cousins,
Linda (Wingler) Smith and
Mary Ann (Wingler) O'Brien

Steve Wolfe

January 6, 2020

I'll always be grateful for the love and kinship Mark showed to me during my time to have open heart surgery. His sharing of his previous experiences and words of encouragement were quite consoling for me. Mark was quite a fighter as he battled though his own health issues and was an inspiration to me for the courage he showed every day. I'll truly miss him.

Nick Nikitas

January 5, 2020

Mom and Dad moved in next door to Mark's house in the 80's. Dad wanted a shop built. In the process he had to let one of the helpers go. Mark shows up the next day and he and I work together as helpers. Mark impressed everyone on the job with his work ethic ( even though he was just a teenager). He worked the concrete, climbed the ladders, hauled the gravel, and anything else that needed to be done. When you sweat together, get blisters together, and bleed a little together, a special friendship develops. That's what happened between him and me.
Mark took a liking to Mom and Dad and looked after them in their later years as a good neighbor would do. After Dad died, Mark would make sure that Mom was doing okay. I hope Mom and Dad run into Mark so they can talk about old times. Mark was a 5 star person.