Marcus Stallworth • August 29, 2021

Marcus Roy Stallworth, 67, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on the 29th day of August, 2021

Mark had recently retired after having established a Lucrative and Successful Metal Fabricating Business as well as an Excellent Reputation in his field. He was a proud member of Victory Life Church in Foley, Alabama and thrived in being involved as a singer and song writer on the Praise and Worship Team. Further, he enjoyed helping the less fortunate in that he assisted in the Mission Trips to Honduras with his Church Family. If Mark noticed friends or even strangers in need, he was more than willing to help due to his Heart of Compassion. His Support of Numerous Ministries has earned him a Golden Crown in Heaven. Mark had a “Driving” Passion for Golf and played weekly with his buddies at Perdido Bay Country Club. Mark considered himself to be a “Master Chef” and he was definitely, that as well as an ABSOLUTE Alabama Football Fan! Also, Mark was a Proud Patriot and Veteran of the United States Army. Following Mark’s Tour of Duty in the Army, he was employed by the United States Postal Service, from which he also retired. There is no doubt Mark entered into his Eternal Mansion in Glory. Jesus smiled and welcomed him as the Angels rejoiced. Mark will be greatly missed, but we know we will see him again in Heaven on that Sweet Day.
Mark was preceded in death by his Parents, Roxie and Clarence Stallworth Sr.
Mark is survived by his Wife, Linda of Pensacola, FL., Son Marcus Jr. of Spanish Fort, AL., Sister Vivian Giuntini of Milton, FL., Brother Clarence “Buddy” Stallworth, of Daphne, AL, Nephews Edward & Travis Stallworth of Daphne, & Birmingham, AL., & Step-daughter Jennifer Guy of Pensacola, FL. Mark left Aunts, an Uncle, and
Cousins to cherish his memory. Special friends include Wayne Odom and Mark Collins, both of whom Mark loved as family.
Visitation will be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens on the 25th day of September, 2021 from 10:30 AM until the service begins at 11:00 AM. Pastor Don Parker
will be officiating. In lieu of flowers, for those who wish, donations may be made to “Life Today Ministry.” The family would like to thank everyone for their prayers,
kindness, and loving support during this time.

  1. John & Linda Wilkerson says:

    He was a great friend to our whole family. He will be missed.

  2. To Marks Wife and family I’m so sorry for your loss He lived in my Neighborhood and always came out of he saw me and we would talk for a while about old times .
    He will surely be missed
    Milton Mc Nease

  3. Marlene and Will Townsend says:

    Linda, we are so sorry for the loss of your husband. Please know we are here for you in this time of sorrow. Do not hesitate to reach out to us. God bless.

  4. Sonnys Bar b q says:

    From Sonny’s and crew, we are sadden to hear about Mr. Mark. You and him were regular customers, and (MARVIN) we really enjoyed the conversations we had together. He also loved his Mexican restaurant on hwy 29.He will truly be missed.

  5. Steve and Lisa Johnson says:

    Mark those special memories of you, will always make us smile. If only we could have you back, for just a little while. Then we could sit and talk again, just like we used to do. You always meant so much to us, and always will. The fact that you’re no longer here, will always cause us pain, but you’re forever in are hearts until we meet again.. You are gone from are sight, but never from are hearts.

  6. threaded fasteners says:

    Mark you will be greatly missed. if i was having a bad day at work when you came into our store you would make it a good day.always enjoyed seeing you at Miguels for lunch. i will have a taco & margarita next time there in your honor. love you my friend

  7. Dianne Dyar-Guy-Senn says:

    Mark, you will be missed! Always a welcoming smile & hug ! A great sense of Humor, great cook, musician and
    Love of God & Country!❤️🇺🇸😇. What a privilege to have known you and spending time with you, Linda
    & Family !🙏🙏❤️❤️. Looking forward to our Reunion
    In Heaven, someday! You.!

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