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Re: Michael Mardock b 1/13/58 d 1991
Posted by: Donna Ridley (ID *****6733) Date: April 11, 2008 at 09:08:51
In Reply to: Michael Mardock b 1/13/58 d 1991 by Donna Ridley of 10

Michael 'Mike" Robert Mardock Michael 'Mike' Robert Mardock 33, of Branscomb, died suddenly in the Mendocino National Forest Saturday, March 9, 1991. A funeral for Mr. Mardock will be held at the Anker Lucier Mortuary Chapel at 11 am. Wednesday. The Rev Jack Campbell will officiate. Interment will be at Laytonville Cemetery. Mr. Mardock was born in Walnut Creek on Jan 13, 1958. He moved to Branscomb while in the third-grade and received his education in the Laytonville School District. As an aduldt, he also lived in rural areas of the East Coast but never lost his desire to come home to Mendocino County. Six months ago, he returned to Branscomb and built a small house on the family property. He had lived in the county 10 years. Mr. Mardock was a carpenter. Mr. Mardock is survived by his father, Bob Mardock and his wife, Linda, of Branscomb; his mother Joan Pacini and her husband, Rod, of Ukiah; a sister, Sherri Gravier of Laytonville; a brother, Jerry Mardock of Ukiah; three sisters,Leighanna, Desiree and Danielle, all of Branscomb; two grandmothers, Eva Mardock of Laytonville and June Cleveland of Ukiah; and numerous aunts, uncles cousins, nieces nephews and friends from coast to coast. Arrangements are under the direction of the Anker-Lucier Mortuary in Willits. If you have any stories of photos of Mike especially from the 1970's, please contact Donna at

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