Condolence From: Christopher Gregory, Powell, Ohio
Condolence: My sincerest condolences to Mark's family. Mark was one of the 'good guys' and I am going to really miss him. Mark was always calm and deliberate and a great LEADER... he was authentic and loving! I am so honored to have know him
Condolence From: Marilee Simon, Fort Myers, FL
Condolence: To Hazel...I am so very sorry to hear about your son's passing. I never met Mark, but if he was raised by you, I know that he had to be a remarkable person. My heart breaks for you and your family, as well as Mark's family. Sending you love, and prayers for peace and healing.
Condolence From: BRUCE COTTINGIM, SOMERVILLE, OH
Condolence: I will miss you my friend. I will miss you.
Condolence From: The Mooney’s, Fairfax, Vermont
Condolence: Fletcher family,
We are sorry to hear about your loss and wanted to let you know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Your Capital’s family extends way out here to Vermont and many places in between. Big hugs and lots of love to all of you as you grieve.
Condolence From: Julia Hennacy Montgomery, Cape Coral, Florida
Condolence: Dear Aunt Hazel - I’m heartbroken hearing of Marks passing. I remember the day he was born- a sweet- kind man and loved his family. Don and I too have lost a son and we are so sorry for your pain - you’re in our thoughts and he will be missed and always in your heart- May God’s promise comfort you/ Love Don & Julia
Condolence From: Terry Zickefoose, Springboro, Ohio
Condolence: My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I worked for Mark as his admin while he was at LexisNexis. He was a wonderful boss and friend. Would talk of our children and grandchildren and his love of his farm. Everyone spoke highly of Mark here and respected him. He will be missed by many. May God comfort you during your time of sorrow. Terry
Condolence From: Sahaja Kothagattu, Alpharetta, GA
Condolence: Please accept my sincere condolences to the Fletcher Family. I had the opportunity to work for Mark as a Consultant for many years in LexisNexis. This news is very shocking as it feels like yesterday when we sent him best wishes for his Lexis Nexis Farewell and the last conversation I had with him in his corner office in Dayton☹ He was a great man and an amazing leader and a great Mentor. I’m really sorry for your loss and May God give strength to his near and dear in this difficult time. Please know that Mark Fletcher will be celebrated and remembered by many- Sahaja
Condolence From: Michele Spitler, Pickerington, Ohio
Condolence: Mark hired me at BWC and I'll always remember my interview. I don't think he asked me anything about IT but told me the fun he'd had the night before with fellow co-workers singing karaoke. I was sold! He expected us to work hard but we had so much fun doing it. I even used his tree company knowing he was in charge. I'm so sorry for your loss.
Condolence From: Bryan Stewart, Newnan, Georgia
Condolence: My sincerest condolences to Mark's family, my Aunt Hazel, Terry and Karen. I've always looked up to Mark and how he conducted himself, I know that he will be missed by anyone that had the privilege to meet him. I pray that God will comfort Mark's family, and that his family will gain comfort knowing that Mark is with God and he is at peace.
Condolence From: Linda Johnson, Columbus, OH
Condolence: I had the pleasure of working for Mark at McGraw-Hill. He was a true LEADER, not a boss or manager. He had the rare ability to motivate and bring teams together to accomplish common goals. He believed in me and my abilities even when I found it hard to believe in myself. It was an honor and pleasure when Mark and Ginger were guests at my surprise retirement dinner a few years ago. My sincere condolences to Ginger and the rest of Mark's family. He will truly be missed.
Condolence From: Valerie Bowser, Mahopac, NY
Condolence: It is not everyday you meet a person like Mark, he was a kind, caring, genuine guy. I greatly enjoyed getting to know Mark and working with him at MTS, he has made a lasting impression and will be greatly missed by many!
A man like Mark is not easily forgotten, take solace in the knowledge he touched many in such a positive way.
My sincere condolences to Ginger and Mark's family, my thoughts and prayers are with you all!
Condolence From: Cora Putnam, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: My deepest sympathies to Ginger, Erin,Hazel and the rest of Mark’s family. Mark was a good good man and one of the best bosses anyone could ever have. I’m honored to have known him and though he is in a better place he will be missed.
Love Cora Putnam