Mark Roland Moreno

mark moreno

January 11, 1961 ~ April 7, 2020

Born in: Encino, California
Resided in: Avondale, Colorado

Mark Roland Moreno, 59, loving husband and brother passed away April 7, 2020. He is survived by his wife, Pamela Moreno; brothers, Roderick Moreno and Anthony Moreno; stepdaughters, Kitty Kiefer and Katie Lewis; and his cherished step-granddaughters, Adriana Kiefer and Rebecca Kiefer. He worked for Katana Software as a computer programmer. He will be greatly missed by all. Online condolences,

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  1. We were lucky to meet Mark, and count him as a neighbor, a friend, and a member of our family. He was always kind and usually had some funny bit to tell or a funny story to share with my kids. His quiet personality masked a funny side that was shared by those who knew him best. He will be truly missed.

  2. Mark was a Rare man in this World he used kindness and generosity as his calling card always helping others I was very Blessed to have known him He shared the love of Horses with my sister and I ,So I know he had the gift for the horse.I was not there when he was born but I was privileged to see him go to his resting place , it was Beautiful and peaceful just like he was . Rest in peace Mark.

  3. Dear Pam and family,
    We’re so sorry to hear about Mark’s passing. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts
    and prayers.
    Love, Rhonda Madison and family

  4. Mark, I am truly heartbroken over your passing. You are such a kind gentle soul. I already miss you and our daily touch base. I so enjoyed hearing the stories of your human and furry family especially when you shared your new furry babies. I was always so touched by the tremendous pride you had in your family. I will miss your dry sense of humor which gave me plenty of giggles these last 10 years. I cherish the time we had with you. You remain in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace, my friend.

  5. Dear Pam,
    Although words cannot begin to ease the sorrow of your loss, please know that you are in the prayers of so many who care greatly for Mark and you. I didn’t know Mark well but I know what an amazing man he is by the profound loss felt by those who were close to him. One thing I do know he was truly a gentle giant. In this, most difficult time may God draw you to the center of His peace and comfort. He will be missed!

  6. May the prairies and mountains and hills in Heaven greet you with all the peace and tranquility your good life earned! Farewell!

  7. Mark,

    You are our standard for excellence. May all of us continue to uphold those standards for excellence. I will surely miss seeing you around the office.


  8. We celebrate the many joyful memories of our time together these last (almost ten!) years. Thank you for sharing your effort, your humor, your life, and your spirit. May you rest in eternal peace and comfort.

  9. Mark, We didn’t get to work together too closely, you being in development and me being in business, but I enjoyed listening to you talk about the total remodel of your ranch house. You shared lots of pictures and it was evident that it was a labor of love for you. You left your fingerprints in our software and in our hearts. Wishing your family and all who love you peace at this difficult time. You are missed!

  10. We celebrate the many joyful memories of our work together these last (almost 10!) years. Thank you for sharing your effort, your humor, your life, and your spirit with us. May you rest in eternal peace and comfort.

  11. Mark, I’m glad I got the chance to work with you these past years; your easy-going and upbeat attitude will be missed. Rest in peace.

  12. Mark, I’m glad I got the chance work with you these past years; your easy-going and upbeat attitude will be missed. May you rest in peace.

  13. Mark you be at a place where there are no cares. Detached as you are find unending enlightenment.

  14. Mark may you be in a place without cares, but unending enlightenment. Marsha and Uday Sawhney

  15. Rob & Cynthia Woodward – to our friend and teammate for the last 30 years, we will miss you and keep your memory going. Rest in peace Mark and God Bless your family.

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