Mark Neumann
November 1, 1956 - July 11, 2020
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Mark Neumann, age 63, of Medinah, Illinois, passed away on July 11, 2020, after a valiant seven year battle with cancer. He was born on November 1, 1956, to Kenneth and Delores Neumann, owners of The Pizza Cottage, in Roselle, Illinois for four decades. He was united in marriage to his loving wife, Gina for…

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Cheriee Bartlett left a message on July 23, 2020:
My buddy my close friend and the very person that hired me at McCue Chevy 10 years ago ,you started me in the Car business and Im still in the same industry. I learned so much from you and I thank you for all of that, not only were you my Boss but became a very good friend always there for me when I needed any question answered, we have shared laughs and tears together Im going to miss you so dearly my friend . You are pain free and a warrior like no other my friend . I Love you Mark I will miss you dearly. Love Cheriee
Nick Georgulos left a message on July 21, 2020:
I’ll never forget the time his son Mark and I were playing one of his favorite songs “Everybody wants to rule the world” by Tears for Fears, because every time we played that for him, no matter what he was doing, he would always have a giant grin on his face and start dancing with such subtlety and swagger. Id like to think it was his favorite song because even though he didn’t rule the world, it sure seemed like he had everything he could ever want in his own world: a wonderful career, wonderful family, and wonderful Wife. Love you Big Mark. Nick Georgulos
Laura Batzer left a message on July 20, 2020:
Gina, I'm so very sorry for your loss. I hope you find some solace in knowing how very many people care about you. I wish you peace through this very sad time. Laura Batzer
Regina Georgulos left a message on July 18, 2020:
We met Mark And Gina when our kids were in middle school. We became good friends through our kids. We took a family trip to Vegas with the Neumans and had a great time. We enjoyed Marks witty sense of humor, and we will miss Mark.
clarissa collins left a message on July 18, 2020:
Mark hired me at The Grossinger Autoplex In Lincolnwood . It was my first job as a salesperson. To His Wife and family you have My deepest condolences. Clarissa Collins
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John Peluchiwski left a message on July 17, 2020:
Mark worked tirelessly for so many years to care for his family,. In a business that is very difficult and unappreciative at times. He loved his family and sacrificed ..and fought this horrible disease many years!! We only wish there was something we could do to help With the grief. We pray for peace for you all We will miss our neighbor, coworker and friend. Susan and John Pell
Chris Stevens left a message on July 17, 2020:
I am so sorry for your loss. I've known Mark since 2002 and we always stayed in contact. He absolutely loved his family and what he did for a living.. Prayers and positive vibes for all.. CS
Nancy left a message on July 16, 2020:
What do you say to the survivors of one who has passed away? I’m so sorry. That seems so shallow especially when it comes to your family. Mark, my brother-in-law was one heck of a character that’s for sure. When I think of Mark I remember his quick wit. I had lived with my sister and Mark for awhile with my 120 lb. Dobie. Every time Jo was around Mark or when Mark was cooking and Jo was tall enough to reach the counter, Mark would say where’s Jo? Jo? Oh there he is, Jo would be right next to Mark. I can picture it vividly. I have to say that Mark and I did have our moments. We are humans and family. If I got mad or upset because of something he said to me, he couldn’t stay mad, he would always say something to me to break the silence. I am so thankful that my sister and Mark let me stay at their home with my dog. I always will remember him laying in the pool on a float while my sister and I would either be chatting or in the pool with some awesome ‘back in the day’ music. He loved that pool. If I walked in the house my sister would be in the kitchen and I’d ask where’s Mark and she said where do you think? And I knew that meant he was in the pool coppin some rays. Mark loved all of us in his own way. What a difference a day makes. One day you’re here and the next you’re gone. It’s really hard for me to even wrap my head around the fact that he’s gone. Family is the best thing in this world; you know someone has your back. If not for my immediate family I would have nothing. I know my sister is missing him and so are his kids and they’re hurting, so am I. As you get older your family seems to get smaller and smaller, I don’t know what I would do without my family. Even if we don’t see each other that often, I still know they’re a text? away. I would say they’re just a call away but that’s not how we roll. That’s old school. As I do with texting, my sister says I write books not texts and it seems as though I’m doing it here also. I will end this only to say that wherever Mark is, I hope Jo is with him to drive him crazy?. In all seriousness I have no idea where you go when you pass away. None of us know, but if there is a place I hope the family and Mark are together and by family I mean their dogs. Mark loved dogs, even Jo. If you go nowhere when you pass away at least you’re at peace. Nothing to worry about. I love you Mark and your quick wit will be missed. All my love to my sister and her boys, my nephews and great nephew who I love dearly and so did Mark. That little boy, you can’t help but love him. I love you all of you❤️ Auntie Nay and Knubz
Coby Regehr left a message on July 16, 2020:
Hey Mark, I know you and Dean are in a pool, catching beams, listening to tunes and arguing about cars and prices. Keep on rockin! My condolences to Deb and Kenny. Coby Regehr
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