ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mark Hage, 59 years old, born on September 30, 1961, and passed away on February 8, 2021. He will be in our hearts forever
Posted by Candace Xanttopoulos on February 8, 2022
One year on…I miss you my dear, little brother. My life without you or George has lost so much of its magic. I miss your humorous texts and calls with our occasional opportunities for visits to take in your beautiful NorCal together. My memories made with you will be treasured in my heart for the rest of my life.
Posted by Christian Dubba Waskiewic... on February 8, 2022
Days have passed into months and now a year it is since you left us for the other side. The memories of times we had live on, providing sweet joy and laughter. Thinking of you today and every day, my Brother. Keeping the love light burning. Irie.
Posted by Christian Dubba Waskiewic... on September 30, 2021
Hey Big-Ger! Thinking of you today, my Brother. You would have officially joined us old cranks in the 60+ club, you big dog! I think of you every day. We would have been queueing up another harv. RIP Bruddah. Dub
Posted by Candace Xanttopoulos on September 30, 2021
Today would be Mark’s 60th. I awoke today thinking of my baby brother. He was a truly loving soul. We became good friends over the years. I really miss him.  I sent pictures this morning to my brother, Gregg, and my sons, Alex, Chris and Nick, to share in his memory. He was such a character whose life and love will not be forgotten.
Posted by Greg Coates on March 31, 2021
Dearest Mark, Thank you for all those wonderful times together and the lasting memories we created. We sure had fun with Geo and Ellie, on and off the courts.
You have a special place in my heart, where neither time nor distance diminish the love, joy and friendship we shared. Much LOVE and many Blessings on your new adventure! I know our paths will cross again soon!!! ❤️ Give Geo and Ellie a big HUG from me!!
Posted by Heidi Waskiewicz on March 22, 2021
My dear Mark, gone too soon, your sweet soul. I’ll never forget our Led Zeppelin days! See you in Heaven. 
Posted by Christian Dubba Waskiewic... on March 22, 2021
To my Brother, may your soul rest in peace with God, Geo and Ellie Mae. Our time together in this life was like no other. I will forever hold you in my heart and on my mind as the Big Ger. We had wild and special times together. Peace and love, Bruddah. See you on the other side. Dubba

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Posted by Candace Xanttopoulos on February 8, 2022
One year on…I miss you my dear, little brother. My life without you or George has lost so much of its magic. I miss your humorous texts and calls with our occasional opportunities for visits to take in your beautiful NorCal together. My memories made with you will be treasured in my heart for the rest of my life.
Posted by Christian Dubba Waskiewic... on February 8, 2022
Days have passed into months and now a year it is since you left us for the other side. The memories of times we had live on, providing sweet joy and laughter. Thinking of you today and every day, my Brother. Keeping the love light burning. Irie.
Posted by Christian Dubba Waskiewic... on September 30, 2021
Hey Big-Ger! Thinking of you today, my Brother. You would have officially joined us old cranks in the 60+ club, you big dog! I think of you every day. We would have been queueing up another harv. RIP Bruddah. Dub
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Mark was born on September 30, 1961, the third of three children.  He was the loving son of George and Ellie Hage.  Born while his family had moved temporarily from Seattle to Cocoa Beach, FL, he was referred to as “the Florida dividend” by his parents.  He is survived by his brother, Gregg  (Claudia), sister, Candace Xanttopoulos,and nephews and a niece.  
Mark lived life on his own terms, spending many years in French Gulch and Redding, CA.  He was a world traveler, living in Sri Lanka, India and Thailand.  He was a true Rasta man, adept at horticulture and thriving on the music and life style.  A loving person to his family and friends, he will be deeply missed.
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