Mark GabrielsonResided in Escanaba, MIDied April 28, 2005 Mark O.Gabirelson, 56 of 4320 13.75 Rd., Escanaba died Friday Morning April 29,2005 at Marquette General Hospital following a massive stroke. Born May 26,1948, Mark grew up in Gladstone above Pewee Share this:FacebookMoreTwitterPrintEmail
I worked with Mark for many years and on many projects.His graphic talent and ideas just amazed me. I always enjoyed working with Mark and he will truly be missed.
I always enjoyed talking with Mark, as he had such a deep interest in a wide variety of subjects: art, nature, technology, culture. His perspective was always unique, penetrating and refreshing. His fondness for his son was a wonderful to see in its growth. I will miss Mark and feel a great loss.
Dear Mary and Thomas,
I’m so very sorry to hear about Mark’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your son at this difficult time.
Kelly (Kuehl) Reynolds
Dear Mary & Thomas,
Was so good to be able to hear you express your thoughts on Mark’s uniqueness not only as a father to Thomas, but his contribution to humanity and the community at large. Having known him since infancy, I feel a sadness in his early death – he had so much to offer in life. Please extend my condolences to Melvin and his wife. Tell him that I am “Bonnie”, Edith Johnson Flannery’s daughter. I have a sense that perhaps the Gabrielsons and Johnsons were somehow related – ?
God bless you in your loss for the days/weeks/months & yes, years ahead. I think it best to thank God for time you did have Mark in your lives, right!
With warm regards,
Loves Park, IL
I knew Mark just a short time. After he joined our model railroad club, I got to know him, and his dedication to building models that are works of art, his knowledge of the area, and his taking time to bring Thomas with him to our club when he could. He will be missed, both as an all-around nice guy, and as a talented and hard working club member.
I knew Mark, When I worked in Escanaba. Mark, was by far one of the most interesting, people I have ever had opportunity to know. He had so many interests, and was knowledgable on every one of them. Mark, however bloomed when he knew he was to be a father, and the bigest interest in his life was by far Thomas.
I met you many times with Mark, and Thomas, and Mark was so proud.The happiest I ever saw him, was when he started the relationship with you, and became a family man. Both you, and Thomas will be in my prayers, as will your family. Mark was a fantistic person.
Iron Mountain, MI
Mark was a friend, a talented and caring person in our community with a special gift for designing effective and attractive informational graphics. His work will be read by many for years to come. A great loss to our community.
I met Mark over 10 years ago and enjoyed sitting and having conversations with him, we played cribbage alot and had a few drinks together. Mark was a very intelligent man and fun to talk to. I am so sad to hear about his death. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
Lynn (Nolde) Parks
Green Bay, WI
Thomas, his mom and other family members, I am so sorry that you lost Mark. We worked together at Bay in the design lab and I always admired his talent and ability to create. He was always willing to go the extra mile to help. That meant so much to the success of the lab. We met Thomas at the Escanaba lakefront part. Mark was so exceedingly proud of him and Thomas was the joy of his life. We were thrilled to think he had arrived and grandma Gabrielson was so pleased. She couldn’t stop talking about Thomas when he arrived. We are sadden to learn of Mark’s passing.
With our sympathy,
Math, Bay College