- April 16, 1957 - September 20, 2012
- Bel Air, Maryland
of Mark's Passing
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“Mark was always such a good neighbor; we enjoyed living next to he and Eileen and the boys - Mark was just so much fun! We'll remember him fondly...Read More »
1 of 5 | Posted by: Sandy Keggins - Forest Hill, MD
“In our society where we can go years and not know our neighbors, that was not the case with Mark. He was easy to talk with. I lived across the...Read More »
2 of 5 | Posted by: Elva Salemi - bel air, MD
“Mark loved so much and was loved so much by so many and will be terribly missed. He may be gone from your sight, but will live on forever in your...Read More »
3 of 5 | Posted by: Donna Lewis - Cordova, MD
“Mark - You will not be forgotten. You were a co-worker, a mentor and and a true friend. Thank you for everything. We Love You.
4 of 5 | Posted by: Jeanette & John Giganti - MD
“I have truly lost a dear friend, Mark was very special to me. It was a honor to have known and to have served with Mark. He was always committed and...Read More »
5 of 5 | Posted by: Jim & Judy Testerman - Bel Air, MD
MC COMAS FUNERAL HOME, P.A.
Mark A. Franklin, age 55, of Bel Air, MD, passed away on September 20, 2012 at his home. Born in Washington, DC, he was the son of the late James Arthur and Helen Sirawsky Franklin. A resident of Harford County for 13 years, he was a member of Local Union #26 and had worked as a Master Electrician for 15 years. He worked as an officer at the Maryland Transportation Authority and later joined the Aberdeen Police Department where he was a detective assigned to the CSI area. He loved to ride his Harley Davidson and was a committed family man who was known for his character and motivational skills when working with others. Mr. Franklin is survived by his wife of one year, Aileen E. Franklin of Bel Air, MD; sons, Charlie Franklin and wife, Heather, of Glen Rock, MD, Cody and Carson Franklin of Bel Air, MD; daughter, Casey Green and husband, Nick, of Parkville, MD; sister, Deborah Tilkens and husband, Raymond, of Highland, MD; grandchildren, Jacob Shoemaker, Brenna and Teagan Franklin, and Logan Green; and nephews, Matthew and Zach Tilkens. Those who desire may make a donation to the Harford County Child Advocacy Center, 23 N. Main St., Bel Air, MD 21014.
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