John Mark Zevtchin

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Oct 28 1957
Jun 14 2019
61 Years
Parkesburg

John Mark Zevtchin, 61 of Parkesburg passed away at home on Friday June 14, 2019. Born in Coatesville he was the son of the late Michael F. Zevtchin and Ethel Myers Zevtchin of Parkesburg.
 
John was a 1975 graduate of Coatesville Area High School and went on to complete his formal education at Salem College. John was self-employed, serving as a financial advisor for many years.
 
John was confirmed at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in Coatesville. John also earned the rank of Master Scuba-Diver and loved exotic animals.
 
In addition to his mother he is survived one brother; David Zevtchin.
 
Funeral Services will be held at 2 PM on Friday June 28, 2019 from the Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St. Parkesburg, PA 19365. A visitation will take place from 1 PM until the start of the service.
 
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, 107 S 17th Ave, Coatesville, PA 19320. 

Arrangements by Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg.  

Service Date: 
Jun 28 2019 - 2:00pm

Condolences

Rest in peace. Mark. Fly High Dear Mark Fly High. Prayers to the family and friends. 

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Rest in Peace Mark, so sorry to see you go, thinking of all the great times in Scott and Cash, praying for all. 

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Sad to see you go mark from a Salem college Buddy I remember those Dorm parties at the ATO house my freshman year

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RIP Mark, good friend from Salem College.  

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I can not believe this.  I spoke to you just 2 weeks ago when you wished me a happy birthday.  I am so sad and shocked.  Rest in peace my friend.  Gone too soon

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Sending my sincere condolences to the Zevtchin family.  My hope and prayer is your fond memories and love of your son and brother will help sustain you during this difficult time of sadness and grief.

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I am so so sad to hear this news.  Mark and I knew each other for years and he was always upbeat and so nice to be frends with.  I just talked to him on his birthday and we had the nicest conversartion and my heart is broken.  My prayers and thoughts to his family. RIP my dear friend.

 

 

 

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Mark:  My best friend from high school, and a man that could accomplish whatever he put his mind to -- sometimes despite everyone else pleading for him NOT to do it.  Please.  Don't do it.  Mark was always on the march to his own drummer.  I loved hm and missed him and wish I could have helped more.  Go with God and rest in peace  We'll look for the seats you're saving forbus til we get there.  Peace out  Gus Patukas  

 

 

 

 

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Mark was such a wonderful person.  I will never forget the time he tried to help me dive in a drysuit.  Rest In Peace Mark

 

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We will miss you my friend, but will always remember all the good times diving with you and Timmy.  Rest in Peace

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Who do I turn to for advice, solicited and unsolicited? Who is going to love me even though they are my political opposite?  You were there for me and I think I under-appreciated that, and was slammed with that thought when I heard about your passing.  You were one of the good guys, Mark.  There aren't a lot of them.  To Mark's mom and brother, I hold you both in my heart as you navigate life without Mark. I can only imagine the challenge that will be.  

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My condolences to Mark’s family.  His passing saddens me.  Mark befriended me after watching  my parents drop me off at Salem College when the Dean told them they should immediately head home after unloading the car to get ahead of a storm that was moving towards the Cumberland Pass,  It was his first day in Salem as well. He was a good guy.  He will be missed.

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Mark was a wonderful friend of both my husband, Earl and myself.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.  RIP Mark.  Hoping to see you again one day.
 

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My thoughts and prayers are with you Ethel and David. I was deeply saddened when I learned of the loss of your beloved son and brother.

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Ethel and David I just got a phone call yesterday from Sherre DeCarlo telling me about Mark's passing. I am so very sorry to hear this. Ethel, you know I've always loved you and your family. Mark was always the more outgoing of the boys and talked more with me. I pray our Lord will surround you with His love and peace. The only positive thing I can say right now is I'm thankful to be certain we'll all be reunited with him,your Mike and all our loved ones in heaven when nothing can separate us again.Love you so much.

 

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