Memorial Created By
Merry Vagg

Mark Robert Birden

February 26, 1958 - April 13, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Mark Birden. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial. Please consider donating: ...  see more

OBITUARY
Mark Robert Birden, 62, of Monrovia, Indiana, passed away on April 13, 2020 after a long and painful battle with cancer. Mark was born on February 26, 1958 to Mary Stone and Robert Birden in Tipton, Indiana. His mother passed when he was 5 years of age, and he always wished he had more time with her. Mark graduated from Clinton Central High School in 1976. On May 18, 1988, he met his life partner and love of his life, Robert Scholes....  see more
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  • Mia Santos
    Uncle Mark was extremely kind, had a great sense of humor and was a great listener. One of my favorite memories was helping Uncle Mark and Uncle Bob move into their house in Monrovia on the prairie. It was one of the happiest moments of my life to see my...  more
  • Merry Vagg
    From Facebook Comments:

    Karen McFadden: Absolutely loved working with you and Mark at Hardee’s!! Made my job so much easier!! Love you!!

    Paul Seymour: I'm 49, knew Mark Birden in the mid 80s. Used to hang out at his house, play darts and listen to...  more
  • Dena D.
    Dear Mark,

    The first time i met you you interviewed me for a job at Hardee's and i got the job. My first day at work i was shocked to see a manager jump right in the way you did most managers stayed locked in the manager's office only venturing out to...  more
  • Robert  Scholes
    My baby thank you for saving my life 32 years ago, my heart is always broken, I will never love again, you are all I need, we are together always, your blue eyes child, see you soon my love, my beautiful boy, your heart always, Robert
  • Merry Vagg
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  • Merry Vagg
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