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Mark S. Woodworth

April 22, 1957 ~ July 6, 2010 (age 53) 53 Years Old

Mark Woodworth Obituary

Mark S. Woodworth, 53 died at 7:25 A.M. Tuesday July 6, 2010 at The Waters of Covington. He was born April 22, 1957 at Danville, IL., the son of Arthur C. and Jane C. (Young) Woodworth.
Mark was a graduate of Danville High School and ITT Technical Institute in Indianapolis, IN. He and his brother owned and operated Lincoln Lanes and Sycamore Lanes for 32 years. Mark enjoyed skeet shooting, bird hunting, restoring and working on his cars. He moved to the Covington area from Danville in 1990.
Mark married Christina Lincicum April 14, 1990 in Danville and she survives, along with their son, Cameron, a student at Indiana University and their daughter, Catherine, at home; his mother Jane C. Woodworth of Danville, two sisters, Ann (Stephen) Paul of Novi, MI; and Mary Parker of Pendeleton, IN; a brother Paul (Linda) Woodworth of Covington and several Nieces and Nephews. His father and a brother, Chester A. preceded him in death.
Friends may call 11:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Saturday July 10, 2010 at Shelby Funeral Home - Covington, followed by a memorial service at 3:00 P.M. with Matt Runyon, officiating. Private burial will be later in Mount Hope Cemetery. Memorials are requested to: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Clarian Arnett Hospital or Guardian Angel Hospice with envelopes available at Shelby Funeral Home.

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