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Mark Healy

Posted By Direct Cremation of the Seacoast On September 9, 2015 @ 1:17 pm In Obituaries | 18 Comments

In Memorial

Mark Healy passed away with family by his side at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital in Dover, NH on Sunday September 6th 2015, after a tough battle with cancer.

Mark was born January 8, 1967 in Corby, England. He moved to the United States in 1978 with his immediate family. He eventually resided in Portsmouth, NH. He was a remarkable son, brother and uncle. He loved his family greatly and touched many lives with his smile and sheer generosity. He worked with Enterprise Rental cars for many years. He was also a devout San Francisco 49ers fan.

Left to cherish his memory are, loving mother Gillian Allen, and 4 siblings; sister Sharon Healy Metcalf and husband Buck, sister Lynn Healy and fiancé Gerry, brother and best friend James Healy and partner Kim, and sister Patricia Jones. Also left to remember him are nephews and nieces, Paul and Chase Metcalf, Gary, CJ and Brittany Sims, Dolan Daggett, Kiley Healy, Patrice, Anthony and Sydnee Allen. He also had 2 great nieces and 2 great nephews.

Private memorial will be held for immediate family only.

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Condolence from Sharon Metcalf on September 9th, 2015 7:32 pm

To my brother Mark

My heart is broken that you are no longer with us. But the memories I have of you are happy ones that make me smile.

You will always be in my heart and I know you will be watching over us.

Until we meet again, I love you little brother xx

Condolence from Gary & Brenna Sims on September 9th, 2015 8:12 pm

our deepest sympathy. Love you Uncle Mark forever in our hearts- love Gary Brenna Kae and Mally (your great nieces)

Condolence from Heather wilcock on September 9th, 2015 9:35 pm

So sorry for your loss Mark was a very loving little boy so full of life always laughing and having fun . Way to young to be gone R.I.P Mark u where much loved x

Condolence from Lynn Healy on September 10th, 2015 1:30 am

My heart is broken. You are loved very much and missed by many. RIP little brother until we meet again. Love you always, you will be forever in my heart.

Condolence from Kandy on September 10th, 2015 1:44 am

Mark you will be missed. I will remember you always. Jim stay strong. My condolences to the family.

Condolence from Joann Munro on September 10th, 2015 3:10 am

So very sorry to hear the news that Mark had passed away, my heart goes out to all of Marks family, He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. xx

Condolence from Lynn Healy on September 10th, 2015 4:24 am

For you Marky, I promise you this,
I will go on with my life and make you proud. I will always hold you in my heart. I promise you I will be missing you everyday till the end of time.
You will forever be in our lives,
you will forever be a brother,
a son,
an uncle
and friend.
I am going to miss your cheeky grin.
I think of you and your beautiful heart and all the memories, I might cry or smile, but at the end of the day I am one day closer to you. I love you x

Condolence from Sydnee Allen on September 10th, 2015 1:55 pm

Uncle Marky,
No words can describe how much I miss you but I know you are watching over me and I promise to make you proud. I promise to live this life I live for you. ( I’ll even drive like a mad man just like you).
It’s going to be hard not hearing you say “Hey squid” with a bright grin on your face but I’ll always remember your voice.

I love you Mark, and one day I will see you again.

Condolence from Gerry anderson on September 10th, 2015 3:22 pm

My thoughts are with the Healy family as one of their own Mark was taken from them. You will all be hurting now at this sad time. I know you all have great memories of Marks antics hang on to and cherish them. Mark I met you as a kid never knew you as a man but the stories I have been told I wish I had as it sounds like you grabbed life with both hands and enjoyed it. P.S Mark I will always look after your Sister Lynn. R. I. P. now Mark.

Condolence from Brittany Sims on September 11th, 2015 1:19 pm

You were one of the most generous and strong people i was blessed to know and to call my uncle. Lord knows, you were one tough man. It hurts that you are no longer walking beside us, but im sure the view from heaven is alot better than the view we have down here. Until we meet again Uncle Mark… Say hi to my Papa for me… You finally get to rest easy without pain… And that is what will help us all cope. I love you. ❤️

Condolence from Tara-Jade Evans on September 11th, 2015 1:28 pm

My heart goes out to this wonderful strong family at this sad time. Although I never met you Mark the stories I have heard from your sister, my stepmum Lynn had us laughing and crying. You sounded like a man who was always so much fun.

My heart breaks for my American family as I call them my stepmum Lynn, Auntie Sharon, Jim and all my wonderful brothers and sisters etc. Be strong and think of him in the happy times.

Now you are at peace and have no more pain Mark and I am sure wherever you are you will be smiling down on this amazing family you have. I promise we will always look after Lynn. Sleep tight and shine bright you will never be far from our thoughts.
Lots of Love
Tara, David & Riley Evans xxxx

Condolence from Tiffany Butters on September 11th, 2015 3:06 pm

My thoughts are with my family at this very sad time! Unfortunately we never got to meet you Mark but from all the wonderful things Lynn has said about you it was obvious you were one of a kind!!

Sweet dreams Angel!! Rest in peace!

Lots of love
Tony, Tiffany and Cohen Butters


Condolence from Dolan Daggett on September 11th, 2015 4:24 pm

The most painful goodbyes are the ones that are never said nor never explained, but goodbyes are not forever and we will meet each other again someday! I remember when I was little I had a toy that I broke and made me upset that I couldn’t use it… Uncle Mark said he could fix it; he took it and started yelling at it and said that’s the best he could do. He didn’t fix it but it was so funny I didn’t care about the toy anymore. It’s the goofy things like that, that made him the funny person he is! He will be missed, but we will eventually meet again and the thought of that keeps us going. Love you Uncle Mark, rest easy and see you in the next one.

Condolence from Rick & dianna on September 12th, 2015 12:49 pm

You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Condolence from Paul Metcalf on September 12th, 2015 3:21 pm

Many of my earliest memories involve Nanny, Jim, Mark, and Tricia. No matter where we were stationed while my dad was in the Air Force, they were always there to watch over me as I grew up from being a little brat to a big brat. Lol Mark had a lot to do with that. From teaching me to give the finger to egging me on with chants of “Jim’s a wimp! Jim’s a wimp!” at the pool, Mark was behind it. He was fun, witty, a little mischievous, but he loved his family most of all. He always seemed to be there, selflessly taking care of everyone whenever they needed him, and even when they didn’t. When we all began to live in different states, he was still there when we came to visit. He took time out of his work schedule to make sure he spent every moment of that week with us that he could. I’ve always admired that of him, how selfless he was without asking anything in return.

It’s been many years since I’ve had the chance to visit, and I’ll always regret that I haven’t. But I love you, Mark. I’m sorry we didn’t get the chance to hang out once more. You were taken from us far too soon. Please look over all of us. Rest in peace.

Condolence from Buck Metcalf on September 13th, 2015 8:00 pm

The thing I remember about Mark was his sense of humor and his laugh. He was video taping me one time when I was landscaping and I was irritated at him for not helping. He looped the video and was laughing so hard that it had everyone cracking up. I couldn’t stop laughing about it. Still brings a smile.


Condolence from Chase Metcalf on September 14th, 2015 12:10 pm

Uncle Mark,

Some of the best times of my life were the summers we visited everyone up in NH and Maine.

I will always have fond memories of you, whether it was kicking my ass in madden or giving me hell for being a “St. Louis Hams fan”.

It saddens me that we haven’t been up there in quite sometime, but I’ll alway be happy with the memories I have of you and the family.

Love you Uncle Mark

Go Niners!

Condolence from james healy on September 14th, 2015 3:00 pm

Mark I have a broken heart losing you is the worst pain I have ever had to experience you are my brother and my best friend I will miss you every day for the rest of my life…I have some great memories to comfort me in the tough times but it will never be the same without you…I can hear you in heaven yelling at the other angels because you think the rest of them are idiots and you don’t have time for this crap….you will live on with the memories we all have of you especially the happy ones….i will see you again bub that I am sure of til then R.I.P. My beautiful brother I love you forever and a day….

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