Mark

Mark Cammack

Mark Cammack, a dedicated machinist and life-long resident of Houston, TX, passed away peacefully on May 15, 2020 at the age of 62 while surrounded by all of his family and loved ones at his home. Mark is survived by his wife, Michelle Cammack; his children, Tiana Williams, Douglas Craig, Bryan Cammack, and Timothy Cammack; his grandchildren, Valerie Velasquez, Matthew Martinez, Aiden Cammack, and Addison Cammack. He is also survived by his siblings, Mike Cammack, Ted Cammack, Kathy Cammack, and Carole Randel. He is predeceased by his mother Jimmie Lou Cammack and father Billy Charles Cammack Mark was born in Bay City, Texas on November 28, 1957 to Billy Charles Cammack and Jimmie Lou Cammack. On July 8, 1983, he married Michelle and became a father to both Tiana and Douglas. On September 20, 1981, he welcomed his second son, Bryan. Years later on May 1, 1985, he welcomed his fourth child, Timothy. His wife and kids were the most important part of his life. Mark was a devoted father an avid musician and outdoorsman. He loved playing classic rock and country on just about any instrument he could find. He often just loved playing music in his jam room with his kids and friends and just singing all night long. He also enjoyed camping, fishing, and just being outside with nature and his variety of animals. He worked as a machinist for over 40 years becoming friends to so many coworkers, bosses, and people that just loved his presence. He will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who knew him. A visitation will be held on May 19, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. with the service directly followed at 1:00 p.m. at the Hardin Family Funeral home at 9034 Long Point Road, Houston, TX 77055. Flowers, donations and condolences may be offered at 25702 Aldine Westfield Rd #1201 Spring, TX 77373.
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