Mark A. Millick

February 22, 1961 - July 31, 2013
Simpson Funeral Home
1119 Washington Avenue
Monaca , PA 15061
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Mark A. Millick, 52, of Monaca, formerly of Economy, passed away due to an extended illness on Tuesday, July 30, 2013, with his family at his side. Born February 22, 1961, in Pittsburgh, he was a son of Donald and Joyce (Harrison) Millick of East Palestine, Ohio. Mark was a member of Monaca #1 V.F.D.Continue Reading

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Dawna Bott left a message on August 13, 2013:
Joyce and Don - so very sorry for your loss you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May time lessen your pain and sorrow
Ralph Musi left a message on August 7, 2013:
My brother Ron and I would like to pass along our heartfelt condolences to Mark's entire family. We shared many many good times with Mark growing up. The Millick house was the place to be for a period of time in my life and I will always cherish the memory of those days.
Linda K. Janis left a message on August 6, 2013:
Many fond childhood memories of Mark and his gang. Sled riding, backyard bonfires, walking circles in the family pool, and sleeping outdoors behind the pine trees under the stars. So many games of spin the bottle, truth or dare, and listening to some of his favorite music with his sister, Tracy, upstairs in the renovated attic; the coolest bedroom for a teenager! One of his favorites was Simon & Garfunkel. Sitting to have dinner with his family, became my second family. We lost a very special person and a brother. To Mr. & Mrs. Millick, Tracy & Mark Koty: My deepest regards for your loss. May you find peace in your hearts at this difficult time. To Mark's family and children: My sincere condolence for your sorrow.
Bethann Stewart-Lane left a message on August 4, 2013:
This early AM, I woke to read my weekly paper and came across the news of Marks' passing. I met Mark when we entered 1st grade and grew up in the same boro and school district as he. I restablished our friendship when he came to work at Medic Rescue (we were both in the same Paramedic class) and volunteered together with Economy Fire Dept. and Ambulance Service. He was always a compassionate person and strived to care for others. My condolences go out to his wife, children and extended family. May God comfort and console you at this time.
Pat & Bob Healey left a message on August 4, 2013:
We are so very saddened to hear of Mark's passing. Don, Joyce, and the entire MILLICK family are in our thoughts and prayers.
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Miss Nudi left a message on August 3, 2013:
So sorry to read this news in the paper. My sympathy to you all. May he rest in peace......especially thinking of Dan and Drake and will keep them in my prayers.
Penny Cercone left a message on August 2, 2013:
Linda and the boys, I am truly sorry to here that Mark has died. I really loved this guy. I, like many others have so many happy memories of Mark and the countless hours that we worked together at Medic Rescue. But one thing that I will never forget is how truly loving and caring he was. Once when we were working together, I shared something very personal about myself to Mark. I needed to vent and he was listening as always. When I was done I was in tears and he gave me a big hug and his phone number and told me to call any time night or day. And later that day after we got off work, he called me at home to check on me. I never used that number, but I keep it with me to this day. God Bless you Mark. I know that the good Lord has a very special place in heaven for you. I will always love this man. Linda we are here for you.
christy whitt formerly millick left a message on August 1, 2013:
so sorry
John Sherbak left a message on August 1, 2013:
Please accept my sympathy on your loss of Mark. I have so much that I owe Mark for the lessons he tought me. When I started working at Medic Rescue, Mark was one of my first partners. I have so many memories of the time we spent together. He was so talented at helping others you could not help but want to be like him. In recent days I have spoken with others that knew Mark and all share the same feelings. I am very honored to have known him and had the chance to work with him. He is and will always be someone I am very proud to have known. John Sherbak
Simpson Funeral Home left a message:
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