Mark C. Mayberry, 95, of Carlisle, passed away on
Sunday, July 24, 2016 at the Sarah A. Todd Memorial Home, Carlisle. He was born on July 15, 1921 in Newville,
and was a son of the late John E. and Myrtle (Lehman) Mayberry. He was married to the late Bernita “Neitie”
(Cline) Mayberry, who died on June 14, 2014.
Mark was a WWII US
Navy veteran. He retired after 48 years of service with the former C. H. Masland & Sons, Carlisle.
He was a member of the First Church of God, Carlisle, where he was a past Sunday School teacher. Mark
was a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and a former member of the Keystone King Club.
He is survived by two sons; M. Duane (Cathy) Mayberry of Newville and John C. (Lisa) Mayberry of Carlisle, one daughter,
Dianne M. (Robert) Mentzer of Carlisle, five grandchildren; R. Matthew Mentzer, Mark C. Mentzer, Angela M. Wagner, Jon Trapper
Mayberry and Taylor Mayberry, 9 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by
one granddaughter, Corey Mayberry Heishman, four brothers; David, Floyd, Wilmer and Ray Mayberry and two sisters; Dorothy
Miller and Rosamond Kerr.
A viewing will begin at 10:00 a.m.
on Thursday, July 28, 2016, followed by the funeral service at 11:00 a.m. in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover
St, Carlisle. Rev. Daniel Mikesell will officiate. Burial with military honors by Cumberland
County Honor Guard will be in Westminster Cemetery, Carlisle. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity
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Duane and families,
Sorry to see that your Dad past away. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Terry & Sandy(Lescalleet) Brindle
Mark is known to me as a brother in Christ and brother member at Carlisle First Church of God. Many, many
memories remain of our worship and fellowship together. An ever present memory is when I see Mark sing "The Old Rugged
Cross". He is always so visibly in the presence of God as he worships through that song and his singing. His personal
expression leaves one knowing that he truly truly loves his Lord. What a blessing he is to my life. Family, thank you so
much for sharing him with us so that we could worship and fellowship in so many ways and times. It is always hard to see
our loved ones leave us and the planet and move on. However, with people like Mark, we know that he is now in the direct
presence of our Lord at all times as the song says, "we will one day be called home". The joy that Mark is now
experiencing, we cannot fathom. We mourn because we no longer have the privilege to receive the blessings and love from his
physical appearance with us. M!
ay you find your strength in God during this time when we need to learn to live on
without his presence. God Bless you and the family. One day we too will be called home. And then, there we will meet Mark
and our Lord together.
To the Mayberry and Mentzer families,
My deepest sympathy to all of you on
the death Of Mr. Mayberry. May God grant you peace knowing that Mr. Mayberry is in Heaven with our Lord.
Mary Fetrow aka Mamselle
Such a kind soul. So sad to hear of his passing. God Bless the family in this time of sorrow.
and Angie Heishman.
Duane, Diane, and Mark, so sad to read of your Father's passing. Fond memories
of both your parents and Plainfield School and PRO meetings.
Chris Hensley Crout
Diane - So sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your family.
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