Let the memory of Mark be with us forever
  • 60 years old
  • Born on January 1, 1952 in Texas, United States.
  • Passed away on February 21, 2012 in Houston, Texas, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mark Jirasek 60 years old , born on January 1, 1952 and passed away on February 21, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Posted by James Davey on 8th May 2013
Mark and I met in 1969 at Red's Ball club off Witte Rd in shooting pool !! which we both enjoyed the game. We played and practied together until we achieved a solid status to start playing downtown at the LeCue. He was a great guy and good long time friend he will be truly missed.
Posted by Ellen Jirasek on 21st November 2012
Mark I wanted to add this; that one year when I was too sick to go out for thanksgiving that you dropped your plans and spent the day with me-"and we had fun!" That was one one thanksgiving to remember,and you didn;t get to "embarass" me once more by telling the now famous "name on the piano " story ...we love and miss you so much-happy thanksgiving.
Posted by Paul Stewart on 5th September 2012
Mark, We've had some good times, but I'll remember you the most for your kindness and your generosity. Thanks for everything you've done for me over the years.
Posted by Jackie Jirasek on 4th September 2012
To my reMarkable brother,you will be sorely missed. when we lost dad,you stepped into my life when I really needed him.You did the same thing for Lindsay. Always thoughtful and thought-provoking,you made the world a more interesting place.What a blessing to know you are my brother in a spiritual sense.Now you are flying with the best of them. I love you so much-your little sister ,Ellen
Posted by Laura Campbell-Zepp on 16th August 2012
Mark, you were always such a kind soul. Even though our lives took us in separate directions, I have often thought of you. You will be missed and may you find peace. God bless you and your family.
Posted by Melody Loftin on 26th March 2012
I knew Mark thru business. Custom is our courier and has been for many many years....Mark was always sweet and professional and was always willing to get the job done no matter what it was! But more than that he was a friend to me and always knew who I was when I called and was always happy to take a minute to ask me how I was. Mark was a WONDERFUL & Loving man who will be missed forever!
Posted by Joel Hershey on 25th March 2012
Mark, you gave me a job when my life was down and out...we worked through slow times and busy times...I made many contacts while working with you and Lee, enabling me to succeed in my own business today... Finally, I wish to thank you for all of the times you helped with my family....too many to mention... Thank you Mark...may you be at peace!!!!
Posted by Chera Cole on 17th March 2012
Mark...You were more than a boss to me. You were a mentor, a father-figure and most of all, a friend. I loved your sense of humour...esp the Texas euphemisms. Your knowledge of science, quantum physics, cb radios, fishing, flying...so much stored in that head of yours. It was something to be admired! Your compassion and caring always touched me and I'm grateful for knowing you. I love you.
Posted by David Norton on 15th March 2012
The year was 1957 Mark was 5 and I was 7. The school bus had just droped Mark off I said "hey kid you want to play", Mark " I have to go home and ask my Mom". 10 min. later we were best friends for life. Not a month has gone by in the past 55 yrs. that we did not see or talk to one anouther. We had a strong bond and Loved each other as Brothers. I know you are with the Lord. Miss U David
Posted by Lee Jirasek on 12th March 2012
Mark, you were and are my big brother...my partner..my mentor.You taught me so much. If I could even be half as nice,kind, and loving as were to others,I would be one heck of a man.I will miss you in so many ways to mentioned here. Our daily chats about everything on the history channel to our weekends and our daily lifes. You were my Best friend,and the best brother.May you be at Peace.
Posted by Eric Brown on 11th March 2012
I met Mark maybe 1 year ago through the CB radio. A bunch of us would get together at Melba's Cafe on Saturday mornings and talk about radio stuff. He was always so funny and a real joy to be around. I have a picture of him dancing in the parking lot at one of our CB radio breakfast get togethers not long after his knee surgery. What a goof ball. We miss Doc Holiday.
Posted by Lindsay Freitag on 9th March 2012
Mark, I will miss you. I loved you, my dad-in-charge...:)
Posted by Elvert Delarosa on 8th March 2012
I will miss your sincere friendship my good friend. My thoughts and prayers to Susan, Jackie, Lee, Ellen and family.

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