December 6, 1974 ~ February 18, 2020

Born in: Pueblo, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Mark Howard McCoy was a man with his foot always on the pedal – be it a car or a kick drum. He believed in saving animals, the planet, and money.  On February 18, 2020, at just 45 years old Mark’s ride ended too early.

 

Mark was passionate about music, the Broncos, and classic cars.  He was a talented drummer who could talk late into the night about songs, artists, and rare music finds.  Mark’s mood could be predicted by the score of the Bronco game.  He could be found at any classic car show or swap meet nearby.  Evidence of his love of cars could be seen by the collection in his yard.

 

This selfless, authentic soul was one of a kind; there will never be another quite like him.  True to his convictions, he was good-natured and always willing to help a friend in need.  He enjoyed humor, could quote jokes like no other, and ended up on the receiving end a good number of times.  Even after his kids were born, his dad liked to say, “Mark is so tight that he still had money from his paper route” or “those socks have the same holes in them as they did in 8th grade.”

 

Mark impacted so many lives as a genuine and caring social worker during his twenty plus year career with the Department of Social Services.  He leant his voice to advocate for countless kids across southern Colorado.  However, he would probably most want to be remembered as the loving father of his sweet daughter Sidney and his charming son Cameron.

 

Mark’s legacy began from the love of Rachel and Darrell, whom he missed dearly.  He was fiercely protective of his family and friends, including his sister Carol, his brothers Dave and Mack, his brother-in-law Jonathan, his nieces and nephews, and many, many lifelong friends.

 

The family would like to thank Trina Dunbar for her unconditional love and support for Mark.  They would also like to thank his family of coworkers for their care, concern, and support during the last difficult days.

 

A celebration of Mark’s life will be held between 3 PM and 5 PM on Saturday, February 22nd in the Reception Hall at Montgomery & Steward Funeral Home, 1317 N Main St, Pueblo, CO 81003. Please stop by to visit family and friends and share your memories of Mark.

 

In lieu of flowers (seriously, Mark would not approve of the money spent on those) the family asks that you make a donation to Pueblo Child Advocacy Center in Mark’s memory.

 

 

“North is to south what the clock is to time

There’s east and there’s west and there’s everywhere life

I know I was born and I know that I’ll die

The in between is mine” -Eddie Vedder

Services

Life Celebration: February 22, 2020 3:00 pm - December 4, 2020 5:00 pm

Montgomery & Steward Banquet Hall
1317 N. Main St. (Upstairs)
Pueblo, CO 81003

719-542-1552
http://www.montgomerysteward.com

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Charities

The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Mark Howard McCoy 's name.

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  1. CandleImageMy sincere condolences to Mark’s family. He was a beautiful soul. ❤Humble & kind.✝️ It was a pleasure knowing you. May your beautiful soul Rest in Paradise 🙏

  2. Genuinely one of the nicest guys I’ve ever had the pleasure of being friends with. Mark, you will be missed by so many people. My condolences to his family.

  3. CandleImageMark, it has been many years since I worked with you and we lost contact after that, but you have always been a sincere, caring person. The world has lost another one of the best!! My heart, thoughts, and prayers go out to your family. RIP my friend.

  4. CandleImageRIP Mark, it was an honor to know and be your friend. prayers to you and your family. after dealing with this heartache and tragedy

    your friend Geno Sandoval

  5. CandleImageMy deepest sympathy for the family. I had the honor of working with him. Mark was kind and genuine person. He most definitely loved his family and coworkers. Mark cared for the children he worked with. Mark you will be missed.

  6. CandleImageMy deepest sympathy to the family. I had the honor to work with Mark. He was a kind and genuine person. Mark most definitely care about his family, co workers and the children he worked with.

  7. My condolences to Mark’s family. I’ve known mark for a very long time and will always remember his bright and genuine smile. Rest In Peace my friend and God bless you all .

  8. CandleImageMy heart is torn again. I know that God calls us all home, some are called early. Not sure why. I knew and hung with the best of the best in Pueblo. Mark, Brandon, Rodey, Cameron, Gene and I were always in the streets past dark. The World lost a wonderful Man. I pray for his Family.

    • CandleImageThank you Mark for always being there for me through good times and bad! You were one of the most important people in my life, my rock! I will always cherish our childhood memories my favorite one is playing floor lava!
      I will miss you dearly❤

  9. CandleImageYou will be so missed Mark. I will always remember and cherish the unconditional love and support you gave me. Thank you for the beautiful grandchildren you gave me. You will always be in my heart.

  10. CandleImagePlease accept my warm and heartfelt sympathy. I was blessed to have worked with Mark. He had a beautiful soul and will be greatly missed.

  11. CandleImageSending our condolences to Mark’s family and friends. Especially Sidney and Cameron, sorry we will not be there Saturday.
    BTW kudos to the person who drafted the obituary.

  12. CandleImageRest easy my friend. Will always cherish the great times and hold them near and dear to my heart. Miss and love you brother.

    • Mark, you touched and helped so many. I know how much you loved Sid and Cam. They are wonderful kids! It was a pleasure knowing you and you will be missed terribly.

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