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Mark C. Brennan
April 29, 1947 ~ December 18, 2023 (age 76) 76 Years Old
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Mark C. Brennan was born on April 29th, 1947, in East Syracuse. He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. Mark married his high school sweetheart on August 15th, 1967, and they remained married until his death. Together they had 6 children and 11 grandchildren which he was very proud of: Erin (Alan)Bishop, children Allison (Tom) Gearing and Abbigal Bishop (Kyle), Shannon Luker (Brian) , children Molly Brennan(Jacob), Gabrielle Flett, Eve (Sydney) Brennan, Christian Flett (Maddie) and Timothy Flett (Shelbi), Adam Brennan (Kori), children Ella and Owen Roche, Melissa Brennan(Marcus), children Noah Warner, Christopher Brennan (Chris) and Amanda Mitchell (Heather), children Brennan Mitchell.
He proudly served his country while in the Air Force after high school. He owned and operated Brennan Printing Company for many years. After his retirement from the printing industry, he worked for Wegmans on James Street for 13 years in the meat and fish departments. He was on the board of directors for the SPCA, a proud member of the Vietnam Veterans of America and taught religious education for many years at St. Matthews in East Syracuse. In his younger years, he loved to fish, spend time with his family and was always up for a good cup of coffee! He was very mechanically inclined; he could fix ANYTHING! He touched many people's lives, always willing to help everyone and anyone who needed it without question. He will be missed very much by everyone who knew him.
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