Mark Donahue

Mark Donahue

Tuesday, May 11th, 1954 - Thursday, April 15th, 2021
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Mark, age 66, was born in Worcester, MA, on May 11, 1954.
He was adopted at age 3 by Joe and Geraldine (Gerri) Donahue and grew up in Marshfield, MA.

Mark was employed for many years at Wilmington Ford in Wilmington, MA, as the used car manager until he moved to Naples, Florida. in 1993 where he continued his career and love for cars until he retired.

Mark loved his relationship with God and Jesus Christ and read his Bible faithfully. He is finally free from a body that hosted ALS for the past 30 years and is now able to know freedom from pain and limitations. He is finally face to face with his Creator and Father...Amen

Mark is survived by his wife Rebecca D Harland, daughter Angela Donahue, Angela's children Paige and Haley Brann, sister Pamela Hill, niece Pricilla Westfield, Pricilla's 3 children Josiah, David Jr., and Phoenix, step-son Rob Pina and grandchildren Robby Pina and Anthony Pina, Cousin Bill Langmaid, and close friends Rich McCarran, Steve Impellizzeri, Dwayne Broomfield, Joe Schindler, and Robin MacMillan. Mark is also survived by our beloved cats Mr. B and Pattycakes. Mark is preceded in death by his Mother Geraldine Donahue and Father Joseph Donahue.

Mark's laughter and hundreds of crazy stories will be missed. I will miss our talks that went on for hours and hours on the lanai and making his favorite breakfast. He always said he loved my cooking. Good thing I love to I will miss clipping his nails and trimming his crazy nose and ear hairs which always made us laugh. I will miss helping him button his shirts and tying his shoes. I will miss arguing with him about which one of us the cats loved more. I miss the early years when he let me paint him.

The past two years were his most difficult, and I'm happy to have been there to support, bring peace, and quiet any fears that came up. Peace, Love and Light, are his garments now, and the experience of Divine Love is in his presence.

A private Funeral Service will be held at sea on May 1, 2021, at 5 P.M.

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A private Funeral Service will be held at sea on May 1, 2021 at 5 P.M.


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Paige Brann

Posted at 07:29pm
Love you papa❤️ -Paige

Robert Pina

Posted at 05:35am
Mark was a man who showed me nothing but kindness, generosity, and above all, love. I remember when I first started visiting, he would throw trinkets and coins into the pool for me to dive down and grab them, he would wrestle in the pool with me even though I'm sure he was exhausted, and he let me have all the candy and snacks I wanted (a big plate to fill for a 14 year old boy)! You touched my heart in a way not many have, love and miss you Mark.

- Robby

Shannon Hydock

Posted at 09:07pm
RIP Mark! May you live on forever with the angels above. I am blessed to have been apart of your life and the memorable times we had when I went to Naples to visit you and Aunt Katie. ❤❤❤🙏🙏🙏🙏
With love,
Shannon Hydock

Angela Donahue

Posted at 12:58pm
To my Dad,

Gazing up into the bright blue sky, I honestly can't help but smile. The feelings of joy, relief, and contentment surround me. You made it! The battle has ended Dad, and now you can finally Rest In Peace with our Heavenly Father. God welcomes you home with open arms in the the kingdom of heaven. Proud as ever for all goods deeds you did and people that you helped here on earth. I am going to miss you dearly among countless memories that we got to experience together as father and daughter. Those are my treasures fore
ver residing within me and my heart as I continue on in life.

Thank you Dad, for believing in me, always seeing the good when I was unable to at times, and making me feel special. I'll never forget how you were there for me during some dark moments. Your truly one of a kind! We are part of each other and I feel blessed to be your daughter. I love you so much! THE SPIRIT OF MARK J. DONAHUE WILL REMAIN ALIVE FOR ETERNITY!!

See you again someday, Dad

Love Always,
Your proud daughter Angela


Roberta Ganem

Posted at 10:32am
Surely I'll remember all the family gatherings over the years, and how happy the kids always were to see you. It was always fun.
We'll also remember how you, courageously, fought the good fight...such an inspiration to us all.
Rest In Peace,

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