Services for Mark Graybill, 68, of Bridgeport, Texas will be 3:00 pm Saturday, September 4, 2021 at Hudson & Torres Family Funeral Home in Bridgeport, officiated by J.D. Pierce. Visitation will be at 2:00 pm, one hour prior to the service, also at the funeral home. Mark passed away Sunday, August 29 in Decatur.
Mark was born April 2, 1953 in Augusta, Georgia to Harold and Christine Graybill.
He was a truckdriver for 30 years, and retired in recent years.
Mark loved to fish and catch whoppers and tell whoppers. He also frequented the casinos, and even went gambling in his pajamas and slippers as soon as he was released from a recent heart surgery.
He also enjoyed playing old rock-n-roll music on his guitar.
He leaves behind his wife Christie (Hawkins) Graybill of Bridgeport; children Christy Pierce and husband J.D. of Bridgeport, Stephen Graybill of Bridgeport, Brandon Graybill and wife Lexe of Bridgeport, Michaela Williams and fiancé Richard of Cleburne, Texas; grandchildren Makenzie, Clayton, Wroper, Travis, Austin, Blaine, Cooper, Gunner, and Jaylin; soon-to-arrive in November, great-granddaughter Kinsley; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Mark was preceded in death by his parents, brother Paul Graybill, Aunt Marybeth, and daughter Samantha Holder.
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