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There are times in life that are too tragic for words and too hard to bear. Mark Cattarin, beloved husband to Tobie for 30 years, proud father to Katelynn, Peyton and Taylor, grandfather to Troy, son of Tom and Sandy Cattarin, brother to Robin, Jill & Gina, tragically lost his life on Friday morning, September 11th after being hospitalized for acute pancreatitis . The shock of losing Mark so suddenly scars his families’ hearts and shakes their foundation. He is forever loved and missed by many.

During his life he was the greatest husband, father, son, brother, nephew, uncle, friend. Please help us raise funds for his medical costs and memorial as well as, to assist with financial support to the family to reduce additional stress and allow the grieving process to occur. The Cattarin Family greatly appreciates your donation.

Thank you for your loving-kindness, friendship, and donations as Mark’s family adapts to the absence of their husband & father.

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Mark Joseph Cattarin, 57, of New Braunfels, Texas, passed away suddenly after a brief illness on September 11th, 2020. He was born on April 21st, 1963 in Detroit, Michigan. Mark graduated from Klein High School in Spring, Texas in 1981. Mark met the love of his life, Tobie, while she was in high school and they married on December 16th, 1989 while they were both attending college at Sam Houston State University. Mark is survived …

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