Jason A. Mark, 45, of rural Houston, MN quietly left this world of suspected heart issues.
Jason was born on September 15, 1975, in La Crosse, WI to Ray and Anne (Wiedman) Mark.
"Jason was one of the greatest human beings. His kindness and willingness to help others was second to none. He was truly one of a kind and fun to be around." Jason was raised and lived the majority of his life in Looney Valley and was a 1994 graduate of Houston High School. Jason enjoyed pulling tractors, watching movies, playing video games, and spending time with his friends and family. But most of all he loved helping his friends with whatever chore that needed doing, any time, any place. He was an active member of the American Legion Riders, Sons of the American Legion, and M&W Pullers Community.
He is survived by his parents: Ray and Anne; two sons: Dalton (Erin) Schulte and Matt (Nikki Hagen) Rediske, both of Spring Grove, MN. two grandchildren: Eleanor and Cooper; a sister, Jennifer (Jeff) Schumacher of Rapid City, South Dakota; and by a nephew, Justin (Corrinne) Mark.
There will be a gathering and reception to celebrate the life of Jason starting at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 5, at the Houston American Legion Club.
"Dear Ray and Anne and Jennifer, I literally found out ten minutes ago and was taken aback by it. Jason was always so polite and friendly to me and would joke about some of the things the brothers and I did to each other on the dairy. He had a powerful presence that his picture reflects. So glad I knew him. I cannot imagine your pain. I hope I haven\'t re-opened more pain in this.tiny appreciation but please know how bad I feel , and as a parent, how I hope you can have mental photographs of a special son. Lee Edmiston"
"Jason was a first Degree Entered Apprentice of Mystic Star Masonic Lodge #94. I wish we could have kept him more active because he was a caring, honest and hard working man. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jason\'s family. He will be missed by all."
"Ray nothing worse in life to lose a child. Our Condolences. Duane Cathy and Family"
"May you Rest In Peace Jason?? You left us to soon, but I can?t help thinking you are sitting in the heavens with a big Ford Blue Oval above your shoulders smiling down on us. I can attest to Jason?s kindness first hand, he was there to help me in my time of need when I had my tractor roll over accident, he hauled corn to LaCrosse; and stopped in and visited me when I came home from the hospital and always asked if there was anything else he could do. I thought that was pretty nice of him and I respected him more for that. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Ray,Ann and Jennifer, his to boy?s Dalton and Matt.
May the Lord Bless You and His Face Shine upon You and Give You Peace
Eric and Sheri Johnson"
"Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. Jason has always been a beloved member to our family. We will all miss him so very much. "