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Mark Starkey

Mark Arnold Starkey

Friday, February 24th, 1961 - Monday, April 13th, 2020
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STARKEY, MARK ARNOLD, age 59, of Mt. Pleasant, passed away Monday, April 13, 2020.
Cremation has taken place, and there will be no services at this time.

Mark was born in Alma, Michigan on February 24, 1961, the son of Thomas Chamberlain and Artina Jackson. He was a proud member of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe. Mark was a good, hardworking man. He had a smile of gold and could make anyone his friend. Anyone who knew Mark knew his friends were family. Mark loved to laugh almost as much as he loved to make people laugh. His children, grandchildren, and family are what he kept closest to his heart. In his spare time, he could be found playing darts, horseshoes, yard golf or dice. Sometimes he would let you win, other times he would let you know he was a “prooooofesionaaaal” or “the dice masta”. He may have left this world but the legacy he lived will last forever.

Mark is survived by his sons Brandon Carr of Detroit and Neil Coney of Mt. Pleasant; daughter Sunshine Orebaugh of Casco, MI; brothers and sisters Tony Starkey of Mt. Pleasant, Judy Johnson (Steve) of Weidman, Laurie Jackson of Mt. Pleasant, Richard Starkey (Lisa) of Shepherd, Tina Howard (Charles) of Blanchard, Bobby Jo Starkey of Mt. Pleasant, Billy Jo Starkey (Mindy) of Mt. Pleasant, Tammy Chamberlain of Mt. Pleasant, Jamie Shenoskey (Hunter) of Mt. Pleasant, Tommy Chamberlain of Mt. Pleasant, and Richard Chamberlain of TX; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and many many friends he considered family.

Mark was preceded in death by his mother, Artina (Jackson) Starkey, father Tommy Chamberlain; brothers Terry Starkey, Olin Starkey, and Todd Chamberlain; and sister Jodie Starkey.
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Krista Swindlehurst

Posted at 09:48pm
I'm sure going to miss Mark aka Starkey!
It really made me cry to see the pic that was used...I took that picture....what a day.
Starkey used to tell me all about his Mom being a biker..( biker _itch).. he would show me me pictures and go on and on..i myself had been riding my own motorcycle for yrs...
He commented.."you're the only biker _itch I'd trust..(It made me feel good)....So..we planned a Starkey day where I'd take him riding and wherever he wanted to go...
It was a blast...he was having a beautiful day....we went all over..To all his friend's house's he hadnt seen in awhile..
(Sorry to you guys that i dont temember your name's)
Just before we went home for the day we stopped in Weidman at family property because he wanted to see it and show me..Thats where this picture is taken..and the other one the same day at my house..
Sure gonna miss your crazy company ...
Love ya
Krista Swindlehurst
Krazy Lady
We had so luch fun that day!!! Im gonna miss you!!!
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