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Mark Faucher

Mark Edward Faucher

Monday, February 27th, 1961 - Saturday, February 8th, 2020
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Mark Edward Faucher
1961 – 2020

Mark Edward Faucher, 58, passed away on February 8, 2020, at his home in Orem, Utah, surrounded by his family. This is an immense loss for those who knew him and an even greater loss for those who never had the privilege.

Mark’s greatest attribute is that he knew how to love.

Mark loved his wife of nearly 36 years, Tammy. She was the one and only love of his life. Together they enjoyed camping, hiking, boating, kayaking, traveling and so much more. They visited Lake Powell, Alaska, Moab, Amsterdam and many more places in just the past few months. Mark delighted in building Tammy charming birdhouses, cooking her delicious gourmet meals, and surprising her with love notes and flowers.

Mark loved being a dad and loved his children more than anything and was so proud of each of them. He shared many wonderful times with Shawn, loved his wife Jadi and was so happy when they made him a grandfather with the birth of Cora. Mark and Tammy spent a lot of time with Shawn and his family, doing simple things like meeting them at the park to exciting things, like spending the day exploring Sand Hollow with Shawn. Over the years, Mark loved watching Rachel (who preceded him in death) dance, and later, to hear about all her hiking and climbing adventures. Rachel even talked Mark and Tammy into hiking Angel’s Landing, quite an exhilarating accomplishment.

Mark loved his family, he always remembered to call on birthdays, spent many vacations with his parents and siblings, snowmobiling, hiking, fishing and going to the beach, and had a great time hosting his annual family Christmas celebration. He always got the biggest tree he could find, helped Tammy plan delightful meals and games and then tried to win everyone’s money playing poker.

Mark loved his friends. He had old friends from Riverside, California, where he grew up, and new friends from his home of 33 years, Utah. If you knew Mark when he was at La Sierra High School, “yes”, he was still the crazy prankster he was then, if you were Mark’s neighbor, you know that he was always ready to drop everything and lend a hand if needed. Mark was always so thoughtful, but also always so much fun. Mark had such a warm and inviting personality, it seems like everyone who met him, loved him.

Mark was very fortunate, he loved his work. After years of being a plumber, and a foray into wood flooring, he got his general contractors license and started S & R Construction. There, he and Tammy worked together to build many beautiful custom homes. Mark loved the process, from searching for land to photographing the finished project.

Mark loved meeting people and making new friends, and he did so everywhere he went. He battled lung cancer for the last five years, and during that time he continued to make friends, including with the wonderful doctors and nurses who helped him through his final days.

Mark loved to make people laugh, and did so until the very end, his attempt to help us with our grief.

Mark loved life. In addition to family and friends, Mark left behind a big Chevy truck, a nice boat, skis and wake boards, fishing rods and hiking boots, a nice collection of recipes, a beautiful garden and an awe inspiring number of photos which chronicle his love of everything outdoors and in. These items are just an example of his amazing ability to balance family, work and fun. He really knew how to have a good time.

Although Mark left us far too soon, he sure packed a lot of living into the time he had. In life, Mark always made us smile, now, every time we recall a funny story about something Mark did, he will make us smile again.

Mark will be missed every single day. We love you Mark.
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  • Visitation

    Friday, February 14th, 2020 | 9:30am - 10:45am
    Friday, February 14th, 2020 9:30am - 10:45am
    Nelson Family Mortuary
    4780 N. University Ave.
    PROVO, UT 84604
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  • Service

    Friday, February 14th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Friday, February 14th, 2020 11:00am
    Nelson Family Mortuary
    4780 N. University Ave.
    PROVO, UT 84604
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  • Interment

    Orem City Cemetery
    1520 N 800 E, Orem, UT 84097
    Orem, Utah 84097
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Posted at 12:15pm
Dear Tammy and family, Since mark loves being outdoors so much we wanted to plant a tree in his memory! We love you!
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Gary Hoglund

Posted at 08:48am
Sorry to hear about Mark. I enjoyed working with him and the down to earth talks we had. Happy for him to see his daughter. Our prayers are with you and your family. Gary Hoglund

Dennis Murray

Posted at 12:11pm
I was very fortunate to get to know Mark, and Tammy, while working in the Real Estate industry. I was shocked and saddened to learn of his passing. Mark was very meticulous in his work building custom homes, and took great pride in his efforts to build the perfect home. Mark would always make certain that everything was finished correctly, and he made certain that his clients were pleased with his work. He had such a fun sense of humor, and really loved to not take life too seriously! Mark sure was fun to joke around with! I know he loved his family dearly, and couldn't wait to embark on some new adventure with all of them! Please accept my sincere sympathy Tammy and family. You are in our thoughts and prayers, and our hearts go out to all of you. (I'm sure he and Rachel are having a fabulous reunion!)
Dennis Murray
Rock Canyon Real Estate

James Kincaid

Posted at 02:34am
I just happen to learn about this. I was fortunate to get to know Mark a little bit back in the early days when an old girlfriend lived with his wife Tammy. Mark was such a polite person. There were times that I could tell I was really getting on his nerves but he was polite that he would never express it. What little I didn’t get to know him I do remember he was dedicated very dedicated person and whatever he decided to do and my heart goes out to his family Tammy Bob everybody I wish you all the best sincerely James Kincaid

Mike & Jill Jorgensen

Posted at 09:13pm
Dear Tammy and Shawn
Our hearts are heavy with the passing of Mark. We are grateful for our friendship with the Faucher’s! He will be missed but can you imagine the reunion he had with Rachel!
Our love, thoughts and prayers are with you.
Mike & Jill J


Ann Evenson Posted at 12:04pm

Tammy.... all prayers and love go out to you at this most difficult time my sweet friend, although I never had the pleasure of meeting Mark your love for him was always apparent by the little twinkle in your eyes whenever you spoke of him...💕❤️💕

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