Mark R. Padden
Mark Richard Padden passed away peacefully at home Monday December 5, 2011. Mark was a U.S. Navy veteran aircraft mechanic. He was the beloved son of the late Margaret Patricia Flynn (Kelly) and the late Donald J. Padden. He was also the son of the late John F. Flynn. Mark was predeceased by his brother Glenn Padden, formerly of East Greenwich, RI. Mark is survived by his brother Kelly Padden of Long Beach, California, Donna J. Padden of Woonsocket, Patricia Fakhry of Douglas, Massachusetts, Kathleen Flynn of Chepachet, RI, Jim Flynn of Woonsocket, RI, Karen Flynn of Chepachet, RI, John Flynn of Woonsocket, RI and Mary Ellen Flynn of Chepachet. Mark is also survived by many neices and nephews. Mark was born on October 25, 1953 in Woonsocket RI. He attended St. Charles School and Church and was an alter boy. Mark was a boy scout with Troop 11, in Woonsocket RI. He graduated from Woonsocket High School and joined the US Navy in 1971. Mark was a beloved friend and neighbor in his community. Mark was particularly proud of his special bond with the folks of Meshanticut Village, and was often seen offering help and support by either cleaning off the snow from a neighbors car, or cooking a special meal for someone. Mark loved to cook, he loved plants and he was an avid collector. Mark was also a talented artist and an devoted New England sports fan. A memorial service will be held onTuesday December 13, 2011 at 2:00pm in The Butterfield Chapel 500 Pontiac Avenue Cranston.
A TRUE LEADER & FRIEND - 12/12/2011
Mark, he will be missed by everyone at the Meshanticut Vista Apartment Building. Mark was a very important part of all of us. Always there if and when you need him. He's no longer here at the apartment building...
He's is God's House now and forever.
God be with you.
Fred & Peggy Correy
Russ Padden - 03/09/2013
Sadly, I didn't know my cousin Mark. A combination of distance and some sort of stupid rift in the family kept us apart. I tried to reconnect with that branch of the family a couple of years ago, but sadly it went nowhere.