ForeverMissed
Mark W. Bush passed away suddenly at home on June 26, 2020. He was born in Martinsburg, West Virginia and spent his childhood in Virginia. Mark had just retired from American Airlines after 38 years of service. In 1986 he transferred to Philadelphia Int'l Airport and became a resident of Logan Township. 

When his sons were young he enjoyed coaching and participating in the youth sport leaques of Logan Township.  Besides spending time with his family he liked fishing, golfing, and hanging out with his dogs.  Mark's favorite time spent was with his grandson.

Mark will be forever missed.  Mark leaves his wife Gina, his sons Alex and Adam, and his grandson Carter.  He is predeceased by his son, Evan.  He is also survived by his mother, Monica Bush, his brother Phillip (Corky) Bush, his sisters, Valerie Pratchenko (Dave), Tracye Taksey (Howard), Billie Rutledge, and Betsy Rives (John).  He is predeceased by his father,  William Bush.  In addition Mark leaves many nieces and nephews. 

We are comforted to know Mark has been reunited with his son. 

Services private. Fertig Funeral Home


Posted by Joel Alfaro on July 3, 2020
My condolences to the Bush family...May he Rest in Peace...

...coworker
Posted by Ann Dougherty on July 3, 2020
Prayers for Mark’s family! So very sad! He will be missed. I hope You will all find strength during this difficult time. God bless

CoWorker
Posted by Michele Ozoroski on July 2, 2020
To the Bush family, I worked with Mark in Philly. He spoke about how much his family meant to him and his love for his grandson. Mark was taken to soon but I hope he has found peace.
May his memories fill your hearts with love,joy,laughter and comfort today and forever.
God Bless.
Sincerely
Michele Ozoroski

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Posted by Joel Alfaro on July 3, 2020
My condolences to the Bush family...May he Rest in Peace...

...coworker
Posted by Ann Dougherty on July 3, 2020
Prayers for Mark’s family! So very sad! He will be missed. I hope You will all find strength during this difficult time. God bless

CoWorker
Posted by Michele Ozoroski on July 2, 2020
To the Bush family, I worked with Mark in Philly. He spoke about how much his family meant to him and his love for his grandson. Mark was taken to soon but I hope he has found peace.
May his memories fill your hearts with love,joy,laughter and comfort today and forever.
God Bless.
Sincerely
Michele Ozoroski
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