Mark Phillip McHenry “Bullet” Alcott, born October 22, 1966, passed on June 16, 2018 while diving. He was 51 years old. Mark was preceded in death by his father Hugh Alcott of Eureka Springs, Arkansa, his brother in law Mike Charron, and his nephew Sam Ivan Dennis. He is survived by his daughter Sequoia Corsick-Alcott, the love of his life Kim Stark, step son Cody Stark and his grandson Jackson Stark. He is also survived by his mother La Donna Alcott, brother Mike Alcott, sisters Candy Alcott and Sandy Charron, all of Pensacola, Florida and brother Mitch Alcott and sister in law Barbara of Newark, California. Mark also leaves behind many nieces and a nephew. At an early age Mark was very athletic and funny. As he became a teenager his sarcastic wit was refined to a razors edge. It was both his humor and life size personality that always drew people to him. He was the life of the party, a walking, talking joke machine who could turn the worst scenario into a laughable moment. He earned his nickname “Bullet” early on once his reputation spread of his ability to complete quality floor installation jobs in record time. Mark mastered his craft in the floor industry but it was his ability to please people that had clients become more like friends. He was very well known for “Bullet Proof Floors” the successful company he started and ran. Mark’s zest for life was ever contagious. He loved to travel with his fiance, explore the outdoors with his daughter, enjoy the freedom of riding his motorcycle, the challenge of golf, go diving whenever he could, play softball as much as possible, and make people laugh. Many evenings Mark spent with Kim, Sequoia, and his beloved furry Hula who captured his heart. At any given moment Mark could be relied on for fatherly support to Cody, he could always count on his step- dad for whatever task at hand. Mark had a way of making everyone feel like things were going to work out, like things were going to be okay if you just kept smiling and mostly laughing through it- through the highs and the lows. Mark was beyond generous to his family and friends. His loyalty was never questionable. Among all of his accomplishments in life, nothing made him more proud than his daughter Sequoia. Becoming a father to Sequoia, adventuring, star gazing, and making memories with his daughter was a sight to see. Mark’s smile in the presence of his daughter was blinding. He loved Sequoia with all his might and she loved all the same. Recently Mark’s friend Kevin described him as a mighty oak tree, with a tree trunk like chest, towering height, and mighty limbs, providing a deeply rooted protective canopy to those near him. We miss Mark greatly, we miss his tree trunk hugs, wise ass jokes, warm smile, and infectious laugh. Please join us to laugh some more, to celebrate a one of kind man who will truly be missed. A visitation will be held on June 26, 2018 between 2:30 and 3:30 PM with a service to follow at 3:30 at Berge-Pappas-Smith Chapel of the Angels in Fremont.
Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Mark Alcott 2018. Berge-Pappas-Smith Chapel
Death notice for the town of: Fremont, state: California