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In Memory

Mark Hochmuth
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06/18/22 10:40 AM #1    

James Gorton

So sorry to hear of Mark's passing. I really liked him. He always made a point of talking to me at a reunion or even when he was selling beer at the Brewers games. Really nice fellow.

06/19/22 11:05 AM #2    

Jonathan Swain

I am very sorry to hear of Mark's passing!  A wonderful person and a great friend in high school!  Last saw him in 2018 in connection with our 50th reunion.  Lots of laughs!  I will always smile when thinking of him as I'm sure so many others will as well!   I 

06/21/22 05:27 PM #3    

Gary Nelson

I'm so sorry to hear this☹️ Condolences to Marks family! I'm trying to remember if Mark was in Boy Scout troop 148 in the early 60's at Hawthorne?🤔 There were probably close to 100 guys in that troop?

06/24/22 12:06 PM #4    

Jerald Schmitt

Mark and I went to UWM and after college we lived together for awhile. What a Blessing it is to know Mark and to have been his friend. He is truly a wonderful friend, husband, and father. I pray that God will comfort those who love him and those who morn his passing. Mark could become very emotional at times, but he never disliked anybody or anything. It was always a pleasure to spend time with him. It is sad that we grew apart the past twenty years. Seeing Mark at the class reunions reminded all his friends of the good times we had with him. I know that I will miss him.

06/25/22 10:41 AM #5    

Bob Buchta

" A big guy with a great big heart ", from the obit, what a perfect way to describe Mark. Had i known he occasionally worked at Miller Park i would have gladly overtipped him. Sincere condolences to his family. 

06/26/22 07:24 PM #6    

Kristin Mindel (Sizemore)

I went from Jefferson Elementary Scool, Hawthorne and East with Mark... Neighborhood kid !   Seeing Mark at reunions was always like old home week.  Always, always a good guy. To Mark's family my sincere condolences.

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