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Mark Bradley Mullins

May 22, 1962 — July 14, 2023

Mark B. Mullins was born May 22,1962 to Howard and Betty Mullins and passed away peacefully July 14,2023. Mark was born in Pocatello, Idaho.

Mark worked as a class A welder/fabricator. He was a part of many big project. Such as roller-coasters for Lagoon, tram way in Vegas, buildings in San Francisco, and helped build Aladdin’s Castle in Vegas to name a few. He was very skilled and proud of all his work. Anything he built outside of work he did with the blueprints in his head. He was very smart when it came to numbers and how to put things together. Mark was a genius when it came to woodwork. Whatever you needed built he could do it. He built a beautiful gazebo, sunroom, and hot tub room at his home.

Mark had a son who soon gained his wings, Matthew. He then welcomed a son Kory and a daughter Kelli into the world that he loved very dearly.

In 2004 Mark reunited with the love of his life Debbie. With Debbie, Mark gained two daughters Shanda and Alexis, who he loved more than anything and accepted them as his own. Mark and Debbie married in 2009 and shared a life full of adventures together. Mark loved the outdoors. Especially going to his home away from home in Palisades. He would always take off on the four-wheeler leaving Debbie to wonder where he had gone. Mark also was an avid fisherman and loved to go fishing whenever he could. Whether it was from the bank or out on his float tube. Mark also loved playing pool, horseshoes, darts and attending the horse races. But his winter passion was playing cards with his siblings. Mark loved to go on road trips to Oregon to see his nephew, Jeremy. He would jump in the truck with Deb, his mom, sisters, and aunt Delores and take off on and adventure full of laughter and fun. While in Oregon they loved to go crabbing and watching the Navy seals (inside joke). Mark was quite a jokester, and his favorite holiday was April Fool’s. Nobody was safe! Mark also shared a close bond with his niece Cassie. Mark loved football and was so happy when his Eagles finally won the super bowl in 2018. Fly Eagles Fly!

Not only did Mark and Debbie get married in 2009, but he was also promoted to grandpa when he welcomed his little jellybean. Mark adored Janae and was wrapped around her finger. Mark then welcomed three grandsons. Nathan in 2012, and then Hunter (Jack Jack) and Bridglynd in 2014. Mark loved being a grandpa and spending time with all his grandbabies. He gained another two in 2020 when Alexis got married and he welcomed Paislee and Ashtyn with open arms.

Mark is survived by his wife Debbie, daughters Shanda, Pocatello, Alexis (Bill), Pocatello, Kelli(Brandon), Washington, son Kory, Idaho, Brother Kurt, Pocatello, sisters Dixie, Oregon, Cheryl, Pocatello, Paula (Mike), Utah, brother in law Dennis (Kimette), Pocatello, brother in law Todd, Washington, sister in law Carrie, Pocatello, and his lifelong best friend Rick (Stephanie) Pocatello, and 8 grandchildren.

Mark is proceeded in death by his mom Betty, dad Howard, son Matthew, sister Sue and his beloved dogs Poohwa and Tye.

The family would like to give a special thank you to the staff at Bingham Memorial Hospital ICU Unit. Especially Jon, Lauralyn, Jan, Melonie, and Monica. They were so kind and compassionate.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

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