R.I.P. Mark Pressley McCarty

IMG_69717894972935-168x300Mark Pressley McCarty age 65, passed away on September 30, 2014. He was preceded in death by his parents, Evelyn A. and Russell W. (Mac) McCarty and his brothers Michael W. McCarty and Malcolm J. McCarty.

He was so heart- warming and loved everyone and he devoted a lot of time and love to the places and people that meant the world to him. Mark was a beloved and long lasting member at Club East, Course of Miracles and the Native American Community.

He is survived by: children, Kerry C. Downs and Mark C. McCarty; sister, E. Marlene Whitaker; grandchildren James T. Downs and Erin N. Downs.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at 12pm, with a visitation from 11-12 just prior at Indiana Funeral Care and Crematory, Harry W. Moore Chapel,  8151 Allisonville Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46250 (map here).

GOD rest your soul, Mark.
You are truly missed and loved.

In lieu of flowers please make a contribution in his name to:
Club East
441 S. Ritter Ave
Indianapolis IN 46219
Tel: 317-356-2802
Internet: https://clubeast.org/


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