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Mark A. "Uncle Buck" Morris

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“Mark you will be missed dearly, never replaced, one of a kind guy, whose commitment to family was second to none. You kept everyone in line & were...Read More »
1 of 14 | Posted by: Chris Morris - Methuen, MA

“Mark I always enjoyed working with you at Brox. Your sense of humor your stories and the 100's of pizza we ate. I will always remember the...Read More »
2 of 14 | Posted by: Susan Hurley - Pelham, NH

“My condolences Morris family.I was honored to play for the Tnucs, Fighting Irish and Band of Brothers winning several championships, first in 2001,...Read More »
3 of 14 | Posted by: Mario Bettencourt - Peabody, MA

“I am deeply saddened by the loss of Mark. I played for Mark for 15-20 years and loved all of his family. I designed his "Band of Brothers" logo that...Read More »
4 of 14 | Posted by: john reck - Andover, MA - Friend

“To Uncle Bobby and my cousins - I am so sorry for your loss. ”
5 of 14 | Posted by: Paula Morris - Seattle, WA

“Uncle mark, thank you for being a great role mode/ father figure in my life. I will never forget are memories with football and hockey screemfest so...Read More »
6 of 14 | Posted by: Tyler Morris - Woburn, MA

“Whenever I hear the Cranberries play it takes me back to 1996, 1997 and the days Mark would take Erin and I to see them play. Never one to accept...Read More »
7 of 14 | Posted by: Christie - Friend

“Whenever I hear the Cranberries play it takes me back to 1996, 1997 and the days Mark would take Erin and I to see them play. Never one to accept...Read More »
8 of 14 | Posted by: Christie - Friend

“Sorry for your loss Uncle Bobby. ”
9 of 14 | Posted by: George Kelley - Tewksbury, MA

“Oh Mark where do I start?! You are the funniest and most sarcastic guy I've met. At the beginning when I started dating your brother Chris I really...Read More »
10 of 14 | Posted by: Erinet Morris - Methuen, MA

“Mark was a great friend he will be missed by me I work with mark for 14 years god bless ”
11 of 14 | Posted by: Gerard - Pelham, NH - friend

“You will be missed. ”
12 of 14 | Posted by: Cathy Kelley - Lakeland, FL

“To the Morris family, my deepest heart felt condolences. In the early years, Bobby and I played defense together for nearly 11 years. With Chris,...Read More »
13 of 14 | Posted by: Joey Sabino - Newfields, NH

“We had some great times Mark! Disney, Montreal, hockey and baseball games. Never laughed so hard and had more fun. I'm going to hold onto as many...Read More »
14 of 14 | Posted by: Ken Carignan - Lowell, MA

Mark A. Morris "Uncle Buck" age 54, passed away suddenly Saturday April 16th, at his home in Woburn MA, after a courageous 2-year battle with cancer.

He was escorted into heaven by his two pre-deceased guardian Angels Cora E Morris and Robert A Morris Jr.

Mark was employed by BROX Industries before he retired, where his quick wit and sarcasm endeared him to everyone he came in contact with in the scale house. Maybe it was the fact that was not afraid to be himself and tell someone where to go.

Or dress up as his favorite superhero for Halloween or an elf for Christmas. Maybe it was the day that he told Mr. Brox that he couldn't ride his bike in his own quarry, or he would call the cops. Whatever it was, Mark will be missed. Especially by the lifelong friends he made the over the years.

Mark was a history buff, who enjoyed reading. His favorite books were about military history, after he would read a book, he would build a battlefield and explain the battle in detail to his nephews. Mark would take the whole gang to see the re-enactment of the battle of Lexington on Patriots Day. Mark also loved his music and loved to go to concerts. Some of his favorite groups were the Dropkick Murphy's, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones and the Cranberries. So, when you hear
the songs on the radio, please feel free to do a good deed in Mark's name.

Mark loved hockey also, he liked his Bruins, but he loved the Detroit Redwings. I remember going to a Bruins game against Detroit, of course Mark had had his Steve Yzerman jersey on, Detroit wins the game, so not thinking we walk into Sullivan's Tap across the street, with Mark in his Redwings jersey. O boy I don't know how we got out of there alive. Well, I do, but I'm not telling.

Mark loved hockey so much, he decided to become a coach. Mark coached at Hockey Town USA for 25 years. He coached his brother's, he coached his friend's and we won a lot of championships.

Mark built a dynasty, that had player's asking to play for him. Before you know it, we were all brother's playing for Mark, winning championships BBQing in the lot till the wee hours, many a night. During all this we became a "band of brothers," who would do anything for each other. That was what Mark was all about. Everywhere he went he made lifelong friends who will never forget him.

Mark was a warrior that never complained and always put his Family first, he was always there whenever He was needed, and his selflessness and generosity will be dearly missed. Mark is survived by his sister Ellen, brother Chris and his wife Erinet, brother Pete, brother Mike and his wife Sue, sister Erin and her husband Ray, brother Shaun.

Mark was a second Father to all of his nieces and nephews, earning himself the nickname of "Uncle Buck" and will never be forgotten by Alexis, Tim, Elizabeth, Margaret, Caitlyn, Johnny, Matt, Tyler, Adriana, Angie, Keegan, Aria, Matthew and Chris.

Please join us for a celebration of Mark's life at the McDonald-Finnegan Funeral Home, 322 Main Street, Stoneham, MA on Wednesday, April 27th from 4-7pm, and a service to be held at the Funeral Home Thursday, April 28th at 11:30am. Mark would kindly ask that everyone attending should wear Hockey Jersey, or
Hawaiian shirt and shorts.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Mark's name to or to A memorial fund in Mark's name will be set up at a later date.