Mark Battcock

Mark Battcock August 21 1984 – January 28

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With broken hearts, we announce the passing of our dear Mark Battcock, who passed away peacefully in the early morning of Sunday, January 28, 2024, in the arms of his wife and mother. He was in his 40th year.
Welcoming him with open arms are grandparents John and Helen Battcock, Aunt Joanne Juteau and father-in-law Joe Costigan.
Mark leaves behind his daughter Josie, his true reflection, whom he loved beyond measure. His spark and love of life will live on through her. He leaves behind his loving wife of 11 years Debbie who was his rock, especially these past few months, and he, the love of her life for almost 19 years. He was the devoted and cherished son of his parents Diane and Bill Seaward and Brian Battcock and Jill Dollimount. Mark also leaves to mourn his loss his little brother and confidant Nick and sister-in-law Jessica; grandparents Fred & Geraldine Miller and Ron & Margaret Seaward ; mother-in-law Deb Costigan; sisters-in-law Laura and MaryBeth Costigan; aunts and uncles Sharon & Doug King, Fred & Tina Miller, Phonse Miller, Terry Battcock & Dionne Moores, John Battcock, Donald & Janet Battcock; his brudders, little buddies, and a large circle of family, friends and colleagues.
Mark grew up in St. John’s and Mount Pearl, but found his place to call home in Clarenville, where he had great pride in his community. He was a dedicated member of the Clarenville Lions Club for 5 years where he served as membership chair.
The sea ran through Mark’s veins and he was a sailor to his core. In his 18 year career, he consistently brought morale to every vessel he sailed on. He was a highly respected crew member and everyone wanted him on their hitch. Mark always dreamed about the opportunity to sail around the world. We are grateful he was able to fulfill this wish on his final sail aboard the MV Asterix.
Mark was the life of the party and was one of the funniest people around. He lit up a room when he walked into it and had an uncanny way of making everyone who was there feel like they were part of his inner circle. With his bright, gentle manner, he formed instant bonds with every child he met. Mark was kind, considerate and generous and the world will be a duller place without him in it.
The family would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the many healthcare professionals who guided us and supported us over these challenging months – our family physicians Dr. Jackie Elliott and Dr Daniel Rees; the staff at GB Cross Memorial Hospital in Clarenville , and those at the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Mark’s memory to the Cancer Care Foundation NL Patient and Family Support Fund or a charity of one’s choice.
*Visitation and service details will be posted later.


Fewer’s Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: Clarenville, Province: T-N

death notice Mark Battcock
August 21 1984 – January 28

obituaries notice Mark Battcock
August 21 1984 – January 28

We offer our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Mark Battcock
August 21 1984 – January 28  and hope that their memory may be a source of comfort during this difficult time. Your thoughts and kind words are greatly appreciated.

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