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Missing Mark St. John today on what would have been his 63rd birthday. Gone too soon. Rest in Peace, Mark.

REMINDER:
The memorial service and celebration of life for Mark W. St. John will be held Sunday, Nov. 1, at 2 p.m. ET, in the Shelton Auditorium of Christian Theological Seminary (main building), 1000 West 42nd Street, Indianapolis.

Remember this is the weekend that we set our clocks back.

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Parking: We respectfully ask folks to reserve the parking spaces closest to the auditorium for the family and those with limited mobility. There is ample parking around the CTS campus and next door at the Interchurch Center, 1100 West 42nd St.

Contributions: In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorial contributions may be made to Mark W. St. John Memorial Fund, c/o and payable to Neal & Summers Mortuary, 110 E. Poston Rd, Martinsville, IN 46151. Envelopes will also be provided at the Nov. 1 service, where you may place in the contribution basket or give to a family member when completed at the service. The funeral home will forward all donations.

Burial: The family will hold a short graveside burial service on Monday, Nov. 2, 2pm. See funeral home address above and New Southpark cemetery, 1 W. Post on Rd., Martinsville IN.

Photos: Thanks to those of you who sent photos. Submissions may be accepted today. Email jpg files to Maggie.snyder@iauw.org.
To send a card to the family, mail to sister Martha St. John, 90 West Sumner Avenue, Martinsville, IN 46151.

We all miss our dear friend, colleague, mentor, champion, advocate, supporter, family member and more in Mark. Please support each other during this time of loss.

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Updated Information on the memorial service for Mark St. John:

The memorial service and celebration of life for Mark W. St. John will be held Sunday, Nov. 1, at 2 p.m. ET, in the Shelton Auditorium of Christian Theological Seminary (main building), 1000 West 42nd Street, Indianapolis.

Remember this is the weekend that we set our clocks back.

...

Parking: We respectfully ask folks to reserve the parking spaces closest to the auditorium for the family and those with limited mobility. There is ample parking around the CTS campus and next door at the Interchurch Center, 1100 West 42nd St.

Contributions: In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorial contributions may be made to Mark W. St. John Memorial Fund, c/o and payable to Neal & Summers Mortuary, 110 E. Poston Rd, Martinsville, IN 46151. Envelopes will also be provided at the Nov. 1 service, where you may place in the contribution basket or give to a family member when completed at the service. The funeral home will forward all donations.

Burial: The family will hold a short graveside burial service on Monday, Nov. 2, 2pm. See funeral home address above and New Southpark cemetery, 1 W. Post on Rd., Martinsville IN.

Photos: Thanks to those of you who sent photos. Submissions may be accepted today. Email jpg files to Maggie.snyder@iauw.org.

To send a card to the family, mail to sister Martha St. John, 90 West Sumner Avenue, Martinsville, IN 46151.

See IndyStar article from 10/20/15 – (Thanks to Tony Cook for a great piece.) http://www.indystar.com/…/mark-st-john-longtime-l…/74273504/

The Martinsville Reporter Times will likely run a full obituary later this week. http://www.reporter-times.com/

We all miss our dear friend, colleague, mentor, champion, advocate, supporter, family member and more in Mark. Please support each other during this time of loss.

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Mark St. John, longtime lobbyist on social service issues, died of suspected medical problems at his home on Sunday.
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Here is preliminary information on Mark's memorial service from Lucinda Nord, VP of Public Policy for Indiana Association of United Ways:

While we are still working out the details, mark your calendar for a memorial service the afternoon of Sunday, Nov. 1, tentatively at 2 p.m. ET, downtown Indy (service location to be announced). I hope to send more details by early next week (10/26 or 10/27).

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorial contributions may be made to... Mark W. St. John Memorial Fund, c/o and payable to Neal & Summers Mortuary, 110 E. Poston Rd, Martinsville, IN 46151. *Please use the envelopes provided and place in the contribution basket or give to a family member when completed at the Nov. 1 service. The funeral home will forward all donations.

If you have photos of Mark to share, please post them to his PERSONAL Facebook page by Sun, 10/25, or email jpg files to Maggie.snyder@iauw.org. Here is the link to his personal FB page: https://www.facebook.com/markwstjohn?ref=ts&fref=ts

To send a card to the family, mail to sister Martha St. John, 90 West Sumner Avenue, Martinsville, IN 46151.

See IndyStar article from 10/20/15 – (Thanks to Tony Cook for a great piece.) http://www.indystar.com/…/mark-st-john-longtime-l…/74273504/

With a small group of key friends, colleagues and his sister Martha, I am coordinating the memorial service. If you have a specific contribution for the service, email me, Lucinda.nord@iauw.org with Mark’s Memorial in the subject line.

Please note that Mark had over 9,000 contacts in his address book and a very scheduled calendar. I apologize in advance if I have missed key people or am not responsive to emails/texts/phone. I am working diligently to sort through the most important matters.

We all miss our dear friend, colleague, mentor, champion, advocate, supporter, family member and more in Mark. Please support each other during this time of loss.

Lucinda

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Mark St. John, longtime lobbyist on social service issues, died of suspected medical problems at his home on Sunday.
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Dear friends and colleagues of Mark St. John... Bob Chenoweth here. Mark had set me up as an admin on this Facebook page a few years back. Mark was not only a client who entrusted me to design his logo and website, he was also a compatriot in the struggles for equality and, more importantly, a friend.

I felt it was important to share on this page the news of his passing and provide this link to an article on IndyStar.com: http://www.indystar.com/…/mark-st-john-longtime-l…/74...273504/

Arrangements are pending. I will post information here when it becomes available.

We have lost a true difference maker. Rest in peace, friend.

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Mark St. John, longtime lobbyist on social service issues, died of suspected medical problems at his home on Sunday.
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