Robinson, Mark Earl – Peacefully at his home on April 27, 2023 at the age of 62 with his Daughter (Brandi) and Son-in-law (Dwayne) by his side after a brief battle with Cancer. Proud Papa of Emma and Amelia. Dear Brother of Carolyn and her husband John. Uncle to Stephanie, Jason, Steven and Stacy, well as many extended family and friends. Pre deceased by his Parents Daniel and Bernice, brother Danny and sister Jane. Mark was born in Saint John, New Brunswick and lived in a small town called Back Bay before he moved to Ontario with his parents where he lived most of his life. Mark was always so proud to be an East Coaster. Known as Marcus by the boys, Mark was the ultimate Toronto Maple Leafs Fan. He always stated he bleed and cried blue. Loved psychedelic Sundays on Q107 and the whole neighbourhood could hear it blasting. Avid fisherman and part of the Hawg Haulers club for years. Which resulted in many fishing stories. Enjoyed playing and watching baseball and hockey. Mark was known as the biggest teddy bear and would give the biggest hugs. He had a smile that would melt your heart. Mark had the best sense of humour. Mark made friends where ever he went and was well known throughout his regular spots in the community. Loved his war shows, crime shows and John Wayne movies. Also had a secret obsession for watching Friends and Schitt’s Creek. Mark always protected those he loved in any circumstance. His children were his #1. He supported them and encouraged them to grow and do their best at everything. Never missed any of their events and spent many years helping coach Adam’s baseball team. Mark always gleamed about how lucky he was to have the most beautiful Granddaughter’s, Emma and Amelia. Mark is now in the arms of his dear late wife Bonnie (2001) and his much loved late Son Adam (2020) In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Adam’s March. A charity in memory of Mark’s late son Adam. This charity provides love, dignity and respect to fellow members of our community that are struggling with homelessness, substance use and barriers to accessing services. Donations can be e-transferred to [email protected]. A visitation will be held on Tuesday May 2, 2023 from 1-2 pm, with a funeral service to follow at 2 pm, at St. Johns’ Dixie Chapel, 737 Dundas St. E, (North east corner of Dundas & Cawthra), in Mississauga. Cremation to follow.