Mark C. Foust

March 15, 1957 ‒ July 26, 2020

Mount Gilead, Ohio

Mark C. Foust, age 63, of Mount Gilead, passed away Sunday evening, July 26, 2020, at the Hospice of Central Ohio, Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus.

On March 15, 1957, Mark was born in Mount Vernon, OH, a son of Marilyn June (Wirick) Kline and the late Vernon D. Foust.  He graduated from Mount Gilead High School in the Class of 1975.

Mark proudly served his country in the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army.

For many years, Mark was a machine operator at the GE plant in Bucyrus.

Mark was an avid outdoorsman and especially loved fishing and camping.  He also liked to watch NASCAR races.  He was most comfortable in the peace and quiet of the great outdoors.

Mark will be dearly missed by his son, Jeremy Foust; his daughter, Shannon (Cash) Hauger; four grandchildren: Devon, Alexis, Winston, Hugo; one great grandchild, Serenity; his mother, Marilyn June Kline; and three siblings: Sandy, John and Mike Kline.

Private family services with military honors will be held at a later date.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to have been chosen to serve Mark’s family, and your special memories or condolences may be shared with them by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • June,
    Just want you to know that we are thinking of you at this time of loss. Our prayers are with you and your family.
    John and Jean Zwick

    Shannon,
    I am sorry to hear about your dad. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Mrs. Hartman ( your former JOG teacher)

  • Sorry for your loss Mark was a good man he was always ready to help me at the camper I’ll miss him dearly he was a great friend

  • I am sorry to hear about your dad. My condolences and prayers , comfort and strength for all family and friends.

  • So sorry to hear about Mark !He was a stand up guy!! My Prayers and thoughts are with you at this time!!!!!

  • To friends and family I’ll say what you know, Mark was true, great and wonderful. Really don’t remember what part of grade school we became friends, but I know we spent lots of time together and then from age 16 up we would work together bagging groceries. Whenever we’ve met over the years it was always a great conversation, life’s changes, our kids, our work, our moms, Mark had the greatest respect and love for his mom and it always came thru even back as twelve year olds we might stretch a boundary but never one set by his mom, those you respected. Mark took that respect with him to his work everything somehow the caring and kindness for others was forever there. We send mark to gods hand a loyal servant.

  • I am so very sorry for this great loss. Prayers of encouragement, comfort and peace to the entire family.🙏🙏

  • June
    My heart breaks to read this. I have so many memories of growing up with Mark.
    Please know you have my deepest sympathy for your loss.

  • June:
    So sorry about your loss fond memories of you both as we grew, up cherish your memories. Hugs and Prayers for all.
    Judy Harvey Parker

  • June:
    So sorry about your loss fond memories of you both as we grew, up cherish your memories. Hugs and Prayers for all.
    Judy Harvey Parker

  • Our thought &prayers go out to all of you he was a great guy ,now in the arms of Jesus.
    From Joe,Debbie & Chris Lloyd

  • I remember Mark in high school. He was nice but I know he had the side like any other kid I am going to see what I can do and get away with. I am so sorry to read of his passing. God Bless you all and I pray for comfort.

  • Rest in Peace my brother. We were never close, but we went on a journey together. That journey speaks to the heart and sole of our country. Your selfless act inspires all of us and punctuates the character and personality of the man you were. Rest In Peace my brother.

  • I was shocked to hear of his passing! He was a great man and I am honored to have known him! I love and miss you pops! Sending prayers to you and your family!

  • Last I saw Mark was in school just before I joined the Navy. He was a freind in school and I have considered him a freind all through the years. And we both served with pride! Always tough to lose a brother veteran. Fair winds and following seas RIP

  • So very very sorry to hear you lost someone very special. May the Heavens welcome him home and may the Lord comfort you all. Until the day you reunite, may the Lord bless you all.

  • So sorry to hear of your loss
    Seek peace in knowing he has graduated again to a place of joy no sickness and no sorrow. Childhood memories of him and his Mom. My mom wouldn’t let me go to their house. Marks mom had to promise almost swear an oath that she wouldn’t give me coffee. Lol loved them both dearly
    Prayers of peace strength and encouragement to all family and friends. One day he came up behind us girls jr high we were setting in a circle on the ground watching guys practice
    Mark cane up behind me and put his hands on my shoulders scared me to death I grabbed and slung him over and thru the air. Coach came running over asking what was going on. We were laughing hysterically and Mark was so polite and said something to the effect it was his fault he snuck up on me Great memories which I am sure u have loads of