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In Loving Memory

Tucker, Mark

January 31, 1961 - November 26, 2023

62, passed away unexpectedly on November 26, 2023. Mark is survived by his loving wife Cheryl Tucker; dear son of Eloise Sauer and the late Melvin Tucker, Sr. dear brother of Michael (Connie) and Melvin (Jamie)Tucker, Jr; our dear son-in-law, brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend.

Memorial Visitation at the KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois Road Saturday December 9, 2-5PM with eulogy service at 4PM


14 thoughts on “Tucker, Mark”

  1. Mark was a great brother in law. He was a man of few words but was always good to our family. My favorite memory was when he taught all of the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts of Pack 661 how to fish at Bee Tree Park. He will never be forgotten and we will hold his wife Cheryl closer than ever.

  2. Cheryl, you were in my thoughts and prayers. I hug you with my heart always. I pray that God’s strength will get you through this most difficult time. I love you my friend. Marilyn.

  3. I’m sorry to hear about Mark. I worked with him at Mullen back in the day. Great man and friend we a lot of fun working together.

  4. My deepest condolences to Mark’s family, I am s so very sorry for your loss. Carry with you in your heart, those most precious memories, the beautiful and happy times you shared. He will hear you when you speak, he will hear you when you cry, he will be there to hold you up during this unimageable loss. He will always be as near as a special memory that leaves you with a smile or a tear. Live life to the fullest as Mark did every day, hold him dear to your heart and he will be with you always.

  5. Uncle Jake and I have you in our prayers. We are so very sorry for your loss. Hold your memories close and think of Mark often. We know there will be days of tears but also days of smiles in remembering the times you had together. He will always be with you.
    Love, Uncle Jake and Aunt Anna

  6. Mark was a good friend of mine after I meet him fishing when he was pre fishing for a big tournament on Pickwick Lake. Over the years Mark taught me how to make the little jig that he made so much money with. Mark used our camper to sleep in for a few nights once. I wanted to save him some expense. Mark was very trustworthy. He gave my 12yrs. old grandson a carrot stick rod. He made a friend forever with my grandson. Mark, you will be missed by many people, But I know you are at rest now. R.I.P. MY FRIEND! See you later!

  7. Dear Cheryl,
    We are keeping you and the family in our prayers. Know that we are here for you.
    May Mark rest in God’s loving arms and perpetual light shine upon him.
    Charlie and Jeanne

  8. Cheryl and all of the Tucker family, my heart aches when hearing of Mark. He has so many friends in the fishing community and they range from that area to around the country. He took up a passion his father had and took it to a level Mack would have been proud of. The decisions we make in life follow us forever and I think Mark made solid decisions. He was always a bright light that will be remembered.
    Prayers and blessings to all of you at this time.

  9. Cheryl, Mike, Connie & Eloise, Everyone has been so shocked to hear about Mark.
    Words can’t describe the pain we feel for you & the rest of his family. People say so many times that I would rather die doing what I love best than to suffer for years. Well Mark was lucky to end his journey by going out on top. Getting the biggest deer many of us have seen. However, Mark got his wings way too soon & hard for the family to let him go. He will be missed but never forgotten. He is with his Dad, Uncle Jim, Uncle Lynn, & others. Hope you find peace & comfort in all of Marks accomplishments & great memories he made. Remembering the family in my thoughts & prayers. God Bless.

  10. Please include my comment to Macker, & the rest of the Tucker family I failed to mention. I apologize. Love ya, Aunt Kathie


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