Mark Joseph Goodland

Mark Joseph Goodland
1957 – 2020

Mark Joseph Goodland went to be with the Lord on November 17th, 2020. Mark was born in Butte, Montana on May 31, 1957 and moved to Houston, Texas with his family in 1962. He was a beloved husband, father, brother, and grandfather. He was a simple man with a beautiful mind. He loved fishing, building homes & construction, and spreading the word of the Lord. He had a passion for Jesus Christ and spread His word to anyone he met. Mark and his wife Yuping are members of Houston’s First Baptist Church where they have made great friends who also share their love for the Lord. Mark never hesitate to give help to his friends, neighbors, or anyone he met. Everyone that knows him remembers Mark for being a gentleman, kind, and friendly. Mark’s niece, Ashley, remembers her Uncle for his compassion and always giving great hugs. Mark made sure to welcome everyone he met. He is survived by his wife Yuping, son Cole Goodland, grandson Jadyn Goodland, two younger bothers Brent Goodland and Gary Goodland , his niece Ashley Wied (Rob) and nephew Grant Goodland. He is preceded in death by his parents Milt and Myrleen Goodland, and sister Tawny.

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  1. Sebastien Gallais

    3 months ago  

    12-03-2020 at 4:30 PM

    To my Dear friend Mark’s family,

    I was shocked and saddened to learn about the death of Mark.
    I knew Mark for years. I provided appliances for the homes he built with Watermark. We became friends very quickly, he was a honest man with integrity, very likable person.
    After he stop working for Watermark, we stay in contact. He came to my house few weeks ago to discuss a project that he was working on. And also wanted to see my outdoor kitchen that I built .He was so excited to see it, we have been talking about it for so long and he wanted to see it . I am so glad that he came by, I just had no idea that was a good bye. I still remember that he was playing with my 4 year old in front of my house before he left. I am hearth broken to lose a true friend.
    Please accept my deepest condolences. I am thinking of you and your family during this difficult time, I wish you peace, and I’m here to support you during this difficult time.

    Sebastien Gallais
    713-732-6337

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