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Condolences for Mark G. Hintenlang

Ann BuechnerMonday, January 3rd

You are all in my Prayers. I know how difficult this road has been. Lean on your faith always and remember all the love.

Ellen EvangelisteTuesday, January 4th

Sending my deepest condolences to the Hintenlang family. It is so very sad to lose such an important man in your family. What a beautiful description of Mark and his life. My his memory be a blessing to us all. Love Ellen

Deborah KleemanTuesday, January 4th

What a beautiful tribute to a life well lived. As I watched to the end, the family love was evident. Rob and I send our truest felt wishes for peace and comfort.

Mary KeuneckeTuesday, January 4th

Betty our deepest sympathy to you and the family on the loss of Mark. He was so courageous and you were an amazing supportive partner.We will miss seeing him outside completing all kinds of activities. We will keep you in our prayers.
Your neighbors,
Mary & Paul Metzinger

Cindy TerryTuesday, January 4th

Please accept my deepest condolences in the loss of your husband, father and grandfather. Mark was a true gentleman. I have fond memories of him. He was always so kind and helpful.

Chet and Allie EngleysTuesday, January 4th

Our deepest condolences, may the God of comfort hold you is his arms.

Kathleen McCallTuesday, January 4th

Our deepest condolences to your family on the loss of Mark. What a beautiful tribute you’ve made to a wonderful man. His smile and kindness speak of a life well lived.
He will be missed.
Kathi and Dan McCall

Constance KyriacosTuesday, January 4th

Wishing you comfort and peace during this difficult time.
Member of Jazz4Nothin

Wendy LucciTuesday, January 4th

Betty I could not be more sorry to hear the news that Mark is on his way......I knew he had been ill and I had followed things from Indiana and was praying. I watched the video and saw your memories and life story played out and it was a life filled with much love and good times. Mark was such a special guy and I always loved sharing music and fun times with you both.
My heart is with you and your family now and will continue to be as. you say your goodbyes.
Love you Betty and am sending you my love hugs and strength my friend......

James McDevittWednesday, January 5th

My condolences to everyone in the family for Mark's passing. Even from what I can remember, he was a loving person with warm energy. I'm sincerely saddened to hear that a good soul like Mark is no longer with us. To the whole family, my love and best intentions goes out to you all during this time.

Sincerely, Jimmy McDevitt.

robert schmaukWednesday, January 5th

Mark was one of the nicest guys that I had the pleasure of working with when he was employed at Gilmore Associates and even those times seeing him occasionally thereafter. A true gentlemen in every sense of the word. I pray for his family.

Walt LawtonWednesday, January 5th

Marks parents were my parents neighbors. He was older than I, and I remember Mark working on cars in their driveway. His father was my 6th grade math teacher, and his mom was mine for 3rd grade. I did get to play music with him at a CR jazz band reunion. My condolences to his family from Oregon.

Bruce & Maureen ArnoldThursday, January 6th

Mark and Betty Hintenlang and family became our neighbors in 1989 and we have enjoyed their company ever since. Our children have grown up together and remain true friends to each other.
We have enjoyed being next door and have many memories of them and have become very attached to all them.
This is a testament to the Hintenlang family and their open accepting nature.
Their latest trial with the diagnosis of Mark was endured with much love, compassion, and at last, acceptance of the final stages of the disease.
Our heartfelt sympathies go out to them all.
Bruce, Maureen and family

John BondeSunday, January 9th

Beautiful service. He will be greatly missed. When things settle down please come see us. Much Love, John and Jette.

Stu WeitzTuesday, January 11th

Dear Betty and Family,
It is with deep sadness to learn of Mark's passing so much before his time..
I had the pleasure of working with him many times in the Rendition Big Band,,
I am the vocalist ( Many know me as Stu or Stu Natra )
Mark was a great musician and added so much colorful brass sounds on the Trumpet..
Your tragic loss is deeply felt. I hope you and and your family will gain much consolation
from all of your friends and family..
May Mark's memory forever be a Blessing to All of You.
If I can ever help you in any way , my contact info is below..

Very Warmly,

Stu Weitz
[email protected]
215-817-2348 cell for calls and texts

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