December 12, 1959 ~ October 16, 2022

Born in: San Marcos, TX
Resided in: Pueblo West, CO

Mark E. Macha, 62, passed away unexpectedly on Oct. 16, 2022. He is survived by his wife, Paula Pruden-Macha; daughter, Virginia (Robert) Conner; granddaughters, Grace, Melody, and Emma Joy; son, Sean (Anuschka) Macha; and grandchildren, Lily, Gabriel, and Avren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Victor and Gladys Macha.

Mark was born, on Dec 12, 1959, in Plano, Texas. He was in the Air Force and worked at the Department of Justice Super Max Prison.

Cremation has taken place. At his request, there will be no service.

Memorials may be made to Majestic Baptist Church, Attn: Missions, 494 E Hemlock, Pueblo West, CO 81007. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. My wife and I first met Mark and Paula on Guam in the early 1980’s where I was Marks supervisor on Andersen AFB. He was a very fine Airman who took his duty serious and performed all tasks in an outstanding manner. But most striking to me was Marks love for his Lord, wife, and daughter. RIP Mark!
    Ken and Cindy Derenzy, Zephryhills, Florida

  2. Very well put Carolyn. Mark was a good man. I will miss him. He helped me get back on track when I was feeling bad and got me back into the gym… and for that I will be forever grateful. There are some very good memories of him and those are the things I will hold on to. Seeing him on the football field at the University of Texas is something I will never forget. We have good memories. Thank you Jesus. Thank you for saving him. In your name we pray, amen.

    • Your tribute to our brother Mark was a special one too. I hope he knows how much he is and will be missed by his Macha family. He deserved to live a much longer life with us. He is now living eternal life with God, Our Father and with Dad and Mom, and their spirit light will shine forever within our memories and hearts.

  3. Mark was my youngest brother and he gave so much of himself to others in the kindness of his loving heart, his laughter, and warm smiles which would light up the room. He asked so little from others in return. He was a devoted son, brother, husband, grandfather, Christian, and friend. I will miss you so much brother Mark but know that you will always be my Hall of Fame and Hero of a brother each and everyday forward. “Hook ‘Em Horns” in Heaven! As I watch the Longhorns playing, I will be thinking of you. Hug Mom and Dad and send those hugs to us. I know that you, Dad and Mom are in good hands with Our Lord. See you all in the afterlife. Love, your sister, Carolyn.

    • Very well put Carolyn. Mark was a good man. I will miss him. He helped me get back on track when I was feeling bad and got me back into the gym… and for that I will be forever grateful. There are some very good memories of him and those are the things I will hold on to. Seeing him on the football field at the University of Texas is something I will never forget. We have good memories. Thank you Jesus. Thank you for saving him. In your name we pray, amen.

    • And Mark was also a loving father! He was a kind and quiet person in so many ways. He loved using his mind to create art pieces and his hands in building things. We were so blessed to have you for our brother from the day that you came into this world. I love 💗 you brother of mine. When it’s my time to leave this world, take my hand leading me to God, our Dad and Mom and we will be together forever and ever, our final resting place of peace and happiness.

      • Our brother Mark was born in San Marcos, TX. Our Dad was working on top of the roof of our Catholic School when he was told that our Mom was in labor. San Marcos was a fun place to live. Our house was on top of a hill. Plano, TX, Mark went to middle school and played little league baseball. I lived there too and my little brother and I enjoyed being sister and brother, me being older than he was. Sending you my love ♥️ brother Mark with hugs and kisses.

  4. Mark was my brother. I now know that he is not suffering anymore, he has no more pain, and he’s with our Lord and Savior Jesus. Mark was a talented man, he played football for the University of Texas and he had a very successful career. My two sisters, Claudia and Carolyn, and I will miss him. We know we will see him again in heaven. God bless his family as they go through life now without him.

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