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Mark Verolini

With great sadness, we announce the passing of Mark P. Verolini, beloved father, brother, ex-husband, and friend.

He treasured his children and their families more than anything and was happiest when enjoying the small pleasures in life.

Here are just a few of his favourite things.

Cooking ‘Sunday Sauce’ any day of the week and ‘baconeggs’ on weekend mornings. Getting ‘lost in Boston’ and, without fail, falling asleep while watching golf. For better or worse, he was a rabid consumer of politics and an avid fan of talk radio.

The New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.

He cherished bottomless cups of coffee in his sister’s kitchen accompanied by hours of endless laughter shared between them.

He reserved a special kind of joy for driving Mulholland Drive in LA’s Santa Monica Mountains, capped off by a morning spent at ‘Cars & Coffee’. Motorcycles and cars were always a passion with a fondness for Hondas, Volvos, and Chevy trucks.

But perhaps above all else, he loved nothing more than FaceTiming his London-based son and Los Angeles-based daughter to see their faces, but more importantly, to see their dogs.

He is pre-deceased by his father, Albert P. Verolini and his mother, Eleanor Verolini. The youngest of two children, he is survived by his sister Marianne Griffin and her husband Bill of Westminster.

He is survived and will be dearly missed by his grateful son Matthew and his partner Andrea and his doting daughter Mariel and her husband, Victor.

Mark Verolini lives on in the hearts and minds of his loving family.

Private family services were held.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the ASPCA, 520 8th Ave., 7th Floor, New York, NY 10018, or on their website at (www.aspca.org). Please reference in memory of Mark P. Verolini.

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I worked with Mark at Heywood Hospital. He taught me so many fine-tuned techniques of supporting mentally unhealthly individuals; I have continued to use them in my practice. Mark was gracious and made us laugh in the midst of dealing with the very tough moments of patients. He is easily remembered by me. I am sorry for your loss.

Kathy Jun 22 2021 12:00 AM

Mark was a highly intelligent and sensitive individual. He was a strongly committed Republican and also had strong personal beliefs. He loved his son Matthew and daughter Mariel whom he took great delight in. He also enjoyed family celebrations with his sister Marianne and family gathered at her home over the years. Lori his former wife and mother of r two children, provided him great support and Love especially through his last illness. He is no longer suffering nor in pain. He now rests in the Loving and Merciful arms of Our Lord. God Bless You Mark - You will be greatly missed.

Deacon William M Griffin ofs Jun 19 2021 12:00 AM