In Memory


Mark worked his way through J.M.Perry in Yakima, usually riding a bike to and from school, majoring in graphic arts. He was a fabulous artist, especially of boats, the ocean, people, and flowers. He died in 1984. He was a wonderful son, brother, and grandson. He is very very much missed to this day.   Even when Mark was younger, his art was so awesome I would try to get him to give me some. One time, for example,  I used to try to convince him he needed to give me his race car drawings, because I Ioved his art and told him I loved him too. Since I was his younger sister, Mark gave me the art he was working on, with a smile.
Thanks-Carrie Bangs (his younger sister)

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11/14/08 08:17 PM #1    

John Kerr

From one artist to another, May your palete always be wet
and your line weight steady.

03/29/09 02:03 PM #2    

Don Swanson

Banger, you always made me laugh, and I think we both drove Mr. St. George nuts. I miss you my friend

02/06/15 05:49 AM #3    

Barbara MacLean (Samuelson)

One of the most talented artists I ever knew, and a darn nice guy. 

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