Mark W. WhitneyDecember 27,2013Mark S. Whitney
HERKIMER, N.Y. — Mark S. Whitney, 64, of Herkimer and formerly of Vermont, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, December 18, 2013.
He was born April 15, 1949, in Springfield, Vermont, the son of Donald S. Whitney and the late Corinne (Bingham) Whitney. Mark was a graduate of Springfield High School, class of 1967, and also attended Parsons School of Design in New York City.
Mr. Whitney was a United States Army veteran, enlisting on April 1, 1969, and was honorably discharged on November 21, 1973, with the rank of Private First Class.
Mark was a very gifted artist and had been employed doing what he loved, making artistically designed signs throughout the valley. In his leisure, he enjoyed downhill and cross-country skiing and biking.
He was a member of the New Life Church in Herkimer.
Survivors include his father, Donald of North Springfield, Vermont; three sisters, Melanie A. Whitney of St. Augustine, Florida, Paula Whitney of Springfield, Vermont, and Lisa M. Whitney of Burlington, Vermont; one aunt, five cousins and one nephew.
A memorial service will be held in the spring at a time to be announced.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Vincent A. Enea Funeral Service, 20 Bridge St., St. Johnsville, NY, 518-568-7040. To add to Mark’s online memorial, please go to www.vincenteneafuneralservice.com.
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