Mark E. Crafts

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October 9, 2006

Ian Poulin, ipoulin@comcast.net, Richmond, VA

Don Massey, Tom Shearer, Mark Crafts and I leaning over pencil, paper and dice; playing away at D&D with a snake crawling across the table.

He was one of those friends I lost touch with after high school -- infinately creative and a inspirational friend at the time I knew him. God speed, Mark.

July 22, 2006

Jennifer Parkinson, DisneyBelle@cfl.rr.com, Melbourne, FL

I had the blessed opportunity to be a part of Mark's life for over a year while he lived in Melbourne, Florida. I regret that our time together ended the way it did. I am still to this day having a difficult time getting over the fact that such an amazing person was taken from us all. He had a unique way that he always looked at everything and nothing ever stood in his way. He loved fishing and boating and most of all flying. I have missed him every day since he has been gone. He changed my life in so many ways and I hope he had such an effect on many people.

November 21, 2005

Debbie (Kamerer) Nungesser, nung02@bellsouth.net, Wilmington, NC

I have to say Mark was one of my best friends in high school. I lost touch with him in later years and am very sad over that.The funniest thing I remember about Mark was he was not good with girls back then and one night up at the river Mark, John B. and I all sitting in the car talking about how Mark could ask some girl named Easter out. I think with all the things he was saying I was going to wet my pants laughing. He had a very warped sense of how love worked. I hope he found it! I love you Mark and "I will miss you for the rest of my life" [that was from a song we both loved].

November 30, 2005

Steve Swygert, rokkinroll@yahoo.com, Cumberland, MD

I was again reading the site here, and learned of Mark's passing. I, of course, was shocked to learn of his death. I knew Mark pretty well over the years, but never real close. I have spoken to some mutual friends that knew Mark better then I, and it seems that he had achieved a fine education in his life, and that he passed in the active pursuit of one of his dreams and hobbies. The parallels to the death of another friend of mine also named Mark, who is a 1985 Fort Hunt High School graduate, are so erilly similar. My heart felt sympathy is in my prayers to his family and friends he shared his life with. So tough saying goodbye to yet another friend.


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