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Mark E. Pearce

  • On April 26, 2021

Mark E. Pearce age 67 of Pittsburgh, PA died Friday, April 23, 2021. He was born September 19, 1954 the son of the late Raymond and Edith Pearce. He is survived by his beloved wife Ana Pearce; children Emily and Drew Pearce; granddaughter Julia Feinberg; sisters Debra and Jennie Pearce and stepsons William and Richard Tracey. Mark worked for the city of Pittsburgh for over 10 years. Private arrangements were entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, Robinson Township, PA. Please share condolences at www.PittsburghCremation.com.

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Raymond Gilbert
We are so sorry for your families loss. May you be comforted in knowing how much Mark loved his family. He is missed so much at the forestry division. I would pull up to pick up Ray & Mark would always come over & talk about Ana & his family. His grand daughter is his pride & joy. He talked of his daughter his son in Florida as well as the one in New York. He always had a smile even if it was a bad day. You all are in our thoughts & prayers at the most difficult time. Sincerely The Gilbert family.
Derrick Buckner
Mark was one of the most outgoing people I’ve ever had the privilege of meeting. He knew how to make everyone open up to him and was a caring family man. He was proud of his life accomplishments and proud of his children especially his granddaughter. Mark you were truly a great man and will be deeply missed.
Chris Hornstein
I always knew Mark to be such an integral part of our Forestry team at the City of Pittsburgh. A man of his character and compassion cannot be replaced, and he will be missed always. Our thoughts and hearts are with his family during this difficult time. Chris Hornstein, Acting Director - Public Works
Tara Pinnix
Mark was a wonderful co worker, always happy and very knowledgeable of his job, he will be missed!
Marcelle newman
My sincere condolences. Mark will be missed by his many peers and friends in Public Works - Forestry. May he rest in eternal peace.