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posted Friday, May 3, 2013 - Volume 41 Issue 18
Mark Hewitt - 1955 - 2013
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Mark Hewitt - 1955 - 2013

Beloved father and friend, Mark Christopher Hewitt passed away suddenly March 30, 2013, at home. He is survived by his son Jake and his daughter Anne. A memorial will be held May 11, at 11 a.m., at Camp Long Park in West Seattle.

Mark was born July 10, 1955, in Seattle, the youngest child of John and Jacqueline Hewitt. He attended O'Dea High School and graduated from Seattle University. Mark's career was in human resources, and in 2006 he was a finalist for the American Business Awards' 'Best Human Resource Executive in America.'

However, to Mark, his career was secondary to enjoying life. He appreciated fine art, antiques, jewelry, nice shoes, and especially cashmere sweaters. Mark valued the beauty of nature and was happy hiking in the woods, walking in a rose garden, or creating a fantastic flower arrangement.

Mark loved to laugh and made others laugh, often uncontrollably! He saw the ironies in life and his clever wit and storytelling was the highlight of many get-togethers. He loved his friends dearly and enjoyed hosting small, intimate dinners full of cheer, lively conversation, and great food. He rightfully boasted about his brisket.

Above all, Mark loved his children, Jake and Anne, and wanted the best for them too. He instilled both with an eye and taste for quality and excellent design.

Although the last few years provided personal hardships for Mark, he looked toward the future with hope. He had tremendous friends who helped him in times of need. Mark leaves us with warm memories and faith that he is now comfortable and pain-free.

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