Mark Houston

Mark A. Houston

Wednesday, September 30th, 1953 - Wednesday, July 15th, 2020
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Mark A. Houston, 66, of Julian passed away at his residence on Saturday, August 15, 2020. Mark was born in Bellefonte on September 30, 1953, the son of the late Milton A. and Ruth E. Ritchey Houston. He married Barbara A. Royer (Houston) who survives at home. He was a self employed wood worker at his business, Mark's
Country Accents.
There will be no public visitations or funeral services.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Dean K. Wetzler Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Inc., 201
Spring St., Milesburg, PA. Online condolences may be made at
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Kathy & Rick McClintic

Posted at 08:58am
Mark built us beautiful built in furniture in our attic, laundry room/bath, bathroom, and this past year our kitchen. Mark was an extremely hard worker and very talented, and dedicated to quality work for a reasonable price. He had a dry sense of humor. He appreciated us making him a sandwich and having iced tea for him sometimes when he came. He was “old school”, no web site, texting, but his work made up for it. He had to repaint our kitchen cabinets because they were too blue for us (our fault and we paid him to repaint), he is probably still complaining about it after his death lol. Oh, he built us a beautiful hutch to store our files and things with locks. He asked if we were Fort Knox. He would give me a hard time about the locks the entire time, but when he delivered it, you could see the pride in him as I was so overjoyed. My teen son was sad to hear of Mark’s passing, “He was so nice”, he also really liked his humor and sarcasm, when helping move in furniture. I am sad that I won’t be able to talk to Mark again, but I think of him fondly when I see my beautiful furniture.
My heartfelt condolences to his wife and children.

Andy Wernick, Industrial Plywood, Inc.

Posted at 09:33am
With our deepest sympathy, we will proudly plant a tree in your memory. Please know that you will be missed and remembered by the IPI family.
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Rex Metz

Posted at 11:18pm
Please accept my sincere sympathy for your lose.

Rex Metz

Posted at 11:16pm
Mark helped my family remove and liquidate my mother's personal property when she passed away in 1989. Please accept my sympathy for your lose.

Dennis Fetzer

Posted at 10:53am
My condolences to his family on their loss. Mark was a talented individual and a loyal friend. We were met in 1965 in 7th grade and were close friends thru school but saw each other a few times after graduating high school. Goodbye old friend and may you Rest In Peace.

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