Mark Alan Landacre

February 09, 1961 ‒ July 08, 2017

Delaware, Ohio

Mark Alan Landacre, 56, of Delaware passed away Saturday evening, July 8, 2017 at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, surrounded by his loving family.

He was born February 9, 1961 in Delaware to the late Bruce Fredrick Landacre and Ann Elizabeth (Hetzler) Landacre and later graduated from Delaware Hayes High School in 1979.

Mark was a technician for Facility Source in Worthington and a member of St. Mary Catholic Church and the Delaware Eagles #376. He enjoyed spending time with his family and riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle. A very social man, he also enjoyed fishing, hunting and working on cars.

Left to cherish his memory is his wife of 15 years, Debra; step son, Harley Richardson; step daughter, Christine (Mike) Fannin; 8 grandchildren; brothers, Todd Landacre and Courtney Thompson. Mark was also loved by a multitude of extended family and friends including Adam and David Haas, Willie Kitchen, Don Bargdill and Bill Pikart.

In addition to his parents, Mark was preceded in death by his step son Adam Stump and his paternal grandmother Lillian Landacre.

The family will receive friends on Friday, July 14, 2017 from 4 – 7 pm at the Snyder Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Drive (formerly 1510 W. William Street), Delaware where celebration of life services will follow at 7:00 pm. A reception and continued fellowship will follow the services at the Delaware Eagles #376.

Contributions in Mark’s memory may be made to OhioHealth Hospice of Delaware.

The Snyder Rodman Funeral Center of Delaware is honored to serve the Landacre family.

To share a fond memory of Mark or to offer a condolence to his family, please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • My deepest condolences to family and friends.
    Mark was one terrific guy and will be greatly missed. Gone Way Tooo Soon 😢
    RIP my dear friend ♡

  • Mark and I go way back so far that we were just infants, you see Mark is a little older than I but our mothers were very good friends I don’t remember a whole lot of her except her name was Ann my mom talked about her a lot, they didn’t live across the street for very long ,he did hang around my brother a lot ,I just thought’ yuck boys’ you know just being a prissy little girl, as we got older he stood up for me many of times and even in the recent years help me with some heating issues he was always a big help for me and he will be dearly missed. RIP…

  • So sorry to hear of his passing i pray for healind for his family. RIP MARK AMEN

  • Deb, I’m so sorry for your loss. He will be missed by many, but never forgotten. All that knew him loved him. He was kind and cared for all…though he could still be a butt head and still be loved. He was a very good friend. RIP my friend. Love ya Mark. God bless you…Deb if you need anything and if i can help, just let me know. Love you girl friend. <3 <3

  • Deb, my heart breaks for you, you hung his moon, I say that because I knew Mark a long time ago, when he was Just Mark my Friend, Several years later, That Mark was still there but
    You could see his love for you he just seemed ….content and loved you very much. Thanks for making my friends life a happy one in the end. May god watch over you and keep you, untill you meet again.

  • Deb I am so sorry for you loss, Mark was a good friend and he was a very special person, I always think of him talking about his big yellow state truck and how he wanted to put a big smiley face on the door. He had the best smile and and sense of humor. He will be greatly missed. RIP My friend.

  • Deepest sympathy,I’ve known Mark since we were freshmen at Hayes-even though I haven’t seen or been around him for alot of years I will always have fond memories of his sense of humor and friendship. Rest in Peace Mark and Prayers for strength for his family. As I sit here at Riverside with my hubby after his open heart surgery,I can only think Thank God for the staff here and all they do for our family member and families. May God Bless you Deb with strength for the days,weeks and years to come.

  • So sorry for your lost mark was a good guy he would come up to work when he can and always joke around with the guys in the shop he we will always remember him . Rip mark my friend

  • God bless you Mark…I hadn’t seen you since high school but you were always a friend. I hope you are flying with the angels…rest easy.

  • So sorry to here mark you will be missed we had a lot of good times rip my friend and prayers to the family

  • Deb and family,

    You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Praying for strength and peace for the days ahead…

    Sincerely,
    Cathy (Bauer) Ellison
    & Your Value City/Schottensteins Family

  • Deb my heart really aches for you knowing how much you loved Mark and he will be missed. I just want you to know I’m always here when you need me. I know the children will miss their grandpa and I hope all his and your friends stories will bring them some comfort. I love you Sis. xxxooo

  • I am so saddened to hear of Mark passing. Back in the party days he was so much fun to be with. Several of us called him,”Mr. Smell Good!” because he did smell good all the time! I just recently in the past year or so ran into him & Debby at Payne’s Pizza.It was great seeing him. Then when he bought his new Harley he used our enclosed Vietnam Trailor to go get it! Love ya ,my friend. You’ll be sadly missed. R.I.P Mark

  • Mark was too young for this.. I lost a great friend who will never be forgotten. Mark was the type of guy who would go out of his way to help you or try to make things better. An amazing man who always included God in his life.

  • To ALL of our “ANGEL” Mark’s Family , and “ANGEL” MARK , The Memories will forever be felt with LOVE ! We wish we had known YOU since your birth ! But, Life hands us lemons and we make lemon-ade out of them !! ANGEL MARK, You are with the REST OF OUR FAMILY ANGELS !! BASK IN THE HEAVENLY GLORY – AND, WE WILL JOIN YOU IN HEAVEN WHEN OUR LORD WANTS US HOME, TOO !! The Love between Family & Friends will NEVER fade !! Sincerely , from All of your Murfield Relatives -near & far !! XOXOXOXOXOOXXXXXX

  • Sweet mark. Now your in gods arm. I will see u mike and everyone iv lost. Your in a better place u will be missed i rember u when i was young. We dated. I will never forget are friendship. Your wife was lucky to be your wife your a sweet guy. U will be deeply be missed. See u on the other side some day my friend. Im sure u will see mike. Too. Your friend always april a. Bryson

  • Sweet mark. Now your in gods arm. I will see u mike and everyone iv lost. Your in a better place u will be missed i rember u when i was young. We dated. I will never forget are friendship. Your wife was lucky to be your wife your a sweet guy. U will be deeply be missed. See u on the other side some day my friend. Im sure u will see mike. Too. Your friend always april a. Brysinapril

  • So sorry for your loss Deb. Mark and I go way back to when we were babies. Our parents played cards. In high school he had a crush on me. He was one of a kind. Will always be remembered. RIP my friend!

  • Rest in peace Mark.
    We went to school together and he was always fun and happy and the life at a party. So sorry for your lost deb.and your family
    Prays for your family and you

  • Thoughts and prayers are with Mark and his family. Mark, will always remember our times around Delaware in our early 20’s. Always lit up any room he walked into with that grin of his and that personality that just shown thru wherever he was. Fly High my friend, rest in peace.

  • I have know Mark for 33 yrs. and the few times we did spend together we always had good laughs and made nice memories. My prayers are with you Deb. Mark my dear friend RIP.

  • Rhonda Shipman Barnette
    I have know Mark for over 32 years and the few times ( more in is 20-30’s) we spent together visiting having a drinking and laughing will leave nice memories in my mind and heart. My prayers are with you Debbie. Mark my dear friend RIP

  • My deepest sympathies. Mark was my buddy for a good while back when I was 21-23. He was a great guy, and will be missed by many. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Rip Mark we go way back I’ve knew mark all my life spring St growing up as a kid fly high my friend

  • RIP Mark , Mark was a kind man but he had his moments. I can remember when the pool was at the fairgrounds and I caught trying to take my money I hid under my blanket. I laugh at it now because we both had grown up. I will miss him dearly. Love you Man!

  • Im truly sorry for your loss. My heart and prayers go out to all of Mark’s family and friends during this tough time.

  • Rest easy Chuck. You were one of the sweetest people I know. You always brought a smile to my face when you came through my drive thru or came into the store. God has a very good man in his presence so rest easy.

  • So sorry to hear this. I went to school with Mark. He had a heart of gold. If you were down and out he could make you feel better by his great personality. Prayers to each of you. God has got another angel. R.I.P. Mark!

  • The world was a better place with Mark in it. I’ve known Mark since high school. He was always a stand up guy who always had time for you. He will be so missed. I’ll miss his laugh. My thoughts and prayers are with you Deb and family. May the love of Jesus, family and friends carry you through this difficult time.

  • So sorry to hear of Marks passing.Mark ,and I moved to Delaware about the same year,and started at Boardman school together.He was always a great dependable friend that was full of laughs all the time. The class of 79 just lost one of its finest.He’s in a far better place now.Thoughts,and prayers are with his wife,children,and entire family.

  • Mark was a sweet man kind of like an uncle to me in my younger days..i remember riding around in little truck..one morning he came to the house picked up my mom, sister and me..said we were going somewhere cool..we went to Bob Evans and had blueberry pancakes..then to the seven caves..it was a day I will never forget..never seen a grown man run so fast lol..there was a bat in one of the caves… 20 years later ran into him at certified …same ok Mark make you feel happy and safe just like from the bats..in January when my dad passed.he came to Hamburger Inn where I worked to buy cinnamon buns…told me how sorry he was for my loss..such a sweet caring soul..you will be missed( uncle) mark….

  • I am deeply sorry for your loss. Mark was a very good friend and co-worker whom I knew for many years. Mark always had a smile on his face and could cheer you up on your worst day (that was the one thing I remember most, his smile and making me laugh when I met him – Karen). I will always remember the fun we had; the good and the maybe sometimes not so good. He will be missed. Dan and Karen Cocherl

  • I knew Mark back in the day at JVS and for a short time after graduation. He was a great friend back then and we had a lot of fun hanging out, going to the park to play frisbee and partying. He was kind and funny then and it sounds as if he never lost those qualities as the years passed. My deepest condolences to Mark’s family. So sad that he passed so young.