Mark Dean Riddle

Mark Dean Riddle, age 39, passed away Jan 11, 2016. He has returned to be with his Heavenly Father and reunite with his mother Diane Quinn and Sister Patricia Ann Mason. Those who knew Mark will tell you that he has a deep love for his wife, children, family, and friends. He was a hard worker and had a great sense of humor; he was skilled with his hands and loved anything mechanical. Mark loved his wife of four years, although they were childhood sweethearts who found each other once more. Mark loved his children very much. They helped keep him going through difficult times. Mark loved to wrestle with the boys and tease the girls. He was excited that he was working with his son Marky. Mark is survived by his forever love Ammie Riddle (Perkins), his sons Mark and Damin, his daughters Alexis, Stasia, and Alissia Riddle. His stepson Richie Sutton, stepdaugters Saydee and Morgan Sutton. Three grandchildren with one on the way. His Father Emery Dean Riddle and his wife Debra Allan Riddle. Brothers David, Derek, and Emery Riddle. His beloved grandmother Bonnie Gardner. And numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews and good friends. Mark was preceded in death his mother Diane Quinn, Sister Trisha, Grandfather Oswald Gardner, Delos and Nola Riddle. There will be a Memorial Service at the Grantsville City Cemetery on Tuesday Jan 19, 2016 at 11:00 am. Following interment there will a luncheon and Memorial at the Grantsville Stake Center (550 E Durfee St, Grantville Utah). His family askes that you bring your favorite happy memories of Mark to share at that time. Marks family is heartbroken and is in need of your thoughts and prayers. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to help pay for burial expenses. There has been a Gofundme account established in Mark's name. We would like to thank Mr JR Didericksen for his compassionate help at this time.

1 comment:

Rich Sutton said...

Mark married my exwife and we didnt see eye to eye back then. But as time went by we never talked. I wish i would of apologised to him for being a punk back then. Sorry mark. And thank you for treating my kids good while they lived with you... My condolences to all his family. Rest in peace mark.