Mark Stevenson

Visiting Hours

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sunday, November 15, 2020
Norman Dean Home for Services
16 Righter Avenue
Denville, New Jersey, United States
(973) 627-1880

Funeral Service for Mark's Family

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Monday, November 16, 2020
Norman Dean Home for Services
16 Righter Avenue
Denville, New Jersey, United States
(973) 627-1880
Mark's Funeral Service will be viewable on this webpage. We kindly ask that you keep the Stevenson's in your prayers and watch from home as they say their goodbye's Monday morning.

Obituary of Mark L. Stevenson

Oh don’t you worry, you’ll find yourself.  Follow your heart and nothing else.”

-Leonard Skynard 

Mark Stevenson passed peacefully on Tuesday, November 10th following a brief illness.  He shared 55 years of love and devotion to his family and friends. Walkthrough visiting hours will be held on Sunday, November 15th from 2-5 pm at the Norman Dean Home For Services, Denville.  A private funeral service for Mark’s immediate family to attend will be held on Monday morning.  All are welcome to view his webpage later that morning.  In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to his family to assist with his children’s education and activities.  Thank you and may God Bless you. 

Mark was born on January 2, 1965, to Bruce and Ellen Stevenson.  He grew up in Canada and as a young boy, they moved to the United States.  After graduating from West Linn High School, he attended Portland State University and then New Jersey Institute of Technology, earning his Masters of Science in international business.  

After many trips to Thailand to study, he was blessed to meet Supathra Sanajharn and the rest was history.  They fell in love and had a beautiful wedding in Thailand. Soon after moving to the states, they started their family.  

Mark worked hard to give his family a good life.  He had been a devoted employee with UPS for over 29 years.  He wanted to make sure that the kids had every opportunity in education and travel, particularly to really know their family and culture in Thailand.  He adored his wife and had the kindest soul.  

He was caring, funny, and always considered how others felt.  He loved the beach, road trips, and a good meal (as long as it didn’t have vegetables).  He enjoyed a cold Mountain Dew, delicious Reeses, and a Cadbury bar. 

Above all, he loved being with his family. Family meals involved his jokes and retelling amusing stories. The sun rose and set on the kids, and any moment spent with them was a great one. He always took the time to support them: cheering on his kids at track meets, helping with applications, and playing board games. 

Although we are brokenhearted, we know that Mark’s impression on our lives will forever be present. 

He leaves beautiful memories to his wife, Pui; his children Alexandria, Emily, and Connor; his parents, Bruce and Ellen Stevenson; his loyal pup, Jack; and many dear relatives, friends, and co-workers. 

“I just hope that when you grow up, you find something good and you hold on to it.”


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