Robert ‘Mark’ Kershaw, 1958 ~ 2014
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Robert Mark Kershaw unexpectedly passed away July 5, 2014, in Phoenix, Arizona.

Mark was the son of the late Gordon R. Kershaw and Patricia Thornton, born July 12, 1958, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He attended West High School where he graduated in 1974.

Mark and Theresa Garcia married in 1993. They later divorced, but remained friends. Mark lived in La Sal from 1994 through 2006, working for Southern Paving, the Utah Department of Transportation and Lisbon Valley Copper Mine. From 2006 to the present Mark lived in Phoenix, where he managed his own remodeling/construction business.

Mark’s three greatest accomplishments in his life were his children, Bryanna Kershaw, Tara and Lelo Garcia.

Mark was passionate about his work. He was a man of talent and skill in the construction business. After that, he found a new talent in the remodeling industry.

Mark loved to fish, golf and was a world class dart player. He was a hard worker, a great friend, and loving father who will be deeply missed.

He is survived by his three children, Bryanna, Tara and Lelo.

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