Mark Lawson Obituary, Death – On October 23, 2022, Mark L. Lawson went away as a result of cancer of the gallbladder. He was encompassed by the people he cared about the most. Ralph and Ardella Lawson welcomed their son Mark into the world on January 29, 1958. Mark spent his childhood in Farmington, Utah, where he also completed his high schooling at Davis and his LDS mission in New Zealand.
After completing his mission with distinction, he enrolled at Weber State University, where he eventually met the woman who would become his wife, Susie. Mark and Susie are the parents of four children, all of whom were reared in Kaysville, Utah. Mark established himself as a prosperous businessman and nurseryman. He eventually earned the nickname “the plant man.” He had a deep affection for the gospel that was preached by Jesus Christ, in addition to his passion of cultivating living things.
He had a deep love for his Redeemer and served faithfully as a missionary throughout his whole life. Mark also had a deep affection for his family, and he frequently took them on vacation to St. George, Lake Powell, and Bear Lake. In addition to that, he was a music enthusiast who has a wonderful sense of humor.
Mark is survived by his wife Sue, his children Shannon (Cam) Passey, Lindsay (Matthew) Brunson, Jordan (Kylie) Lawson, and Mitchell Lawson, as well as his nine grandchildren. Mark was a veteran of the United States Air Force.
In addition to his sister, Mark was survived by his brothers Ron and Leon, as well as his sister Marlene.
His parents, along with his brothers Brent and Rodger, passed away before Mark. Mark was the youngest of five children. Funeral services are scheduled to take place on October 28, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at 1085 North 50 East in Kaysville, Utah.
A viewing will take place that very morning, beginning at nine in the morning and continuing until 10:30. in the conclusion of the service, Mark’s burial will take place in the Kaysville cemetery. We would want to express our gratitude to everyone who has shown Mark and Sue their love and friendship by reaching out to them. We would also like to express our gratitude to the exceptional medical professionals working at Intermountain Hospice.