March 15, 1966 — March 18, 2011
Mark Allen Loges, 45, of Crossville, passed away March 18, 2011. Funeral services were held March 21 from the chapel of Crossville Memorial Funeral Home, with Pastor Dewey Peterson officiating. Interment was held in Tom Davis Cemetery, Crossville.
Mr. Loges was born March 15, 1966, in Dayton, OH, the son of Thomas Mitch Eugene Loges and Janetta Brewer Heath.
He graduated from Northwestern High School on Clark County Ohio. During his final two years of high school he attended the Joint Vocational School in Springfield, OH. He later was employed by General Motors Corporation in Ohio until moving to Cumberland County nearly three years ago. He was an avid outdoorsman and loved working in the woods, especially supplying firewood for those in need. He was mechanically gifted and loved to work with all kinds of vehicles and power tools.
Survivors include his wife, Shelma Loges; daughter, Amanda Beth Loges; and step-children, Jordan and Kassie Wyatt; all of Crossville; mother and step-father, Janetta Brewer and James Heath; brothers, Matthew Scott and Andrew Jay Loges and his wife Stephanie of Ohio; step-brother, Dennis Heath and his wife Mary of Indiana; step-sisters, Susan Karst and her husband Tom of Indiana and Jennifer Heath of Ohio; along with numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his father, Thomas Mitch Eugene Loges; grandparents, Mutt and Ruby Brewer and Edward and Mary Kay Loges; cousin, Jessi Clark; and uncle, Wayne Brewer.
Pallbearers were Amanda Beth Loges, A. J. Loges, Matt Loges, Chris Davis, Mike Bolin and Adam Music.
Crossville Memorial Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc. was in charge of the arrangements.
March 15, 1966 — March 18, 2011
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