Mark Kubart (1957 – 2010)
On this 12th of July 2010 he did pass away. Heâ€™s quiet now and he wishes you to remember him in your thoughts. He started out as a Newspaper Carrier for the Kenosha News and then went on to be an inserter. He was employed by the National Tea Company and also the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. He made deliveries for the Salvation Army. He was a laborer in Local 237 and helped build the Pleasant Prairie Power Plant. He also worked for Mann Decorating Co.
In 1981 he joined the U.S. Army Signal Corps and received his training at Ft. Leonardwood MO and received his Radio Operator Schooling at Ft. Gordon GA. He was stationed in Vicenza, Italy, Ft. Lewis WA and Giessen, Germany. While serving overseas he was assigned to operations in Turkey, Denmark and England. Upon finishing his service he went on to work for Culligan International in Northbrook IL and Exxon Mobil in Lake Zurich IL. He was a Route Sales Representative for Jays Potato Chips in Silver Lake. He was last employed delivering ink for Graphic Ink Systems in Bristol.
When he went over the hill at 40 he went to Egypt to see how great the Pyramids were. He was the author of the Reference Book â€œKenosha Tavern Listingsâ€.
He enjoyed life and made the most of it and to all his friends he wishes them the best in life and hopes they do the same!
There will be no visitation or Funeral Services. Graveside services will be held Monday July 19, 2010 at 11:00 AM at Sunset Ridge Memorial Park (6211 38th Street).
Memorials to â€œThe Smile Trainâ€ (41 Madison Avenue, 28th Floor, New York, NY 10010) or Hospice Alliance (10220 Prairie Ridge Blvd, Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158) would be appreciated.