Mr. Randall “Mark” Raines, age 53, Limestone, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at his residences.
Mr. Raines was born in Washington County. He was the son of Virginia Broyles Raines, Telford and the late Ivan Raines.
He was of the Christian faith.
Mr. Raines was an Independent Contractor.
In addition to his mother, survivors include two children, Kevin Raines (Sarah) and Eric Raines (Chasity); grandchildren, Landon Raines, Liannah Raines, Gabriel Raines, and Lacey Raines; sister, Scarlett Pearson; special niece, Ashten; and his side-kick, special dog, “JJ”.
The family will receive friends from 1:00-3:00 pm Sunday, September 23, 2018 at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home. Graveside services will follow at Pleasant Grove Baptist Cemetery with Rev. Mike Lusk officiating.
Pallbearers will be family & friends.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Becky Hall Harris
|Virginia and Scarlett I am so sorry
to hear of this. My thoughts and
prayers are with you all!
|My friendship with Mark began the first time Marty and I were at the
Old Homestead shortly after Marty purchased that pleasant spot at
237 Wash. Coll. Sta. Rd.
Yes, we stood, sat, walked around, while the entire conversanton was
a full-blown history lesson with plenty of lore thrown-in! And we
were all ears!
It was nice to feel that you were family, with this fellow.
I consider it a privilege to have known him. I will miss him,
May the joy and selflessness of his soul be returned to him ten_fold.
The friends, new and old, he meets out there, will soon hear new
history lessons and a bit off lore!
God bless you Mark!|
||Kay and Nancy Morley
|Ginny; We are so sorry to hear about Mark
passing .Was a surprise when we seen it
.Kay thought a lot of him, everytime we
seen him, he was always smiling and happy
go lucky person . Going to miss him . You
and family are in our thoughts and
prayers.RIP Mark !!! We Love you !!|
|To Mark's family, Mark came over and introduced himself when I
bought his grand fathers house. He was always ready to lend a
helping hand to me and anyone else that needed help they didn't
have to ask he would be there. He will be greatly missed by all. In the
short time we knew each another I felt like i had known Mark all my
life. Rest in peace
||Billy and Rhonda Watts
|We are so sorry for your loss and hope that the
happy memories carry you through this difficult
time. My brothers and I spent a lot of years next
door to Mark as he was growing up and as a young
teenager. Unfortunately, we were out of touch with
him for many years but his death has brought back
old memories of happy, carefree times.|
|I guess I have known Mark since he was a small
child. He also worked at Paty Lumber Co for a
while. Gin and Scarlet you are in my thoughts and
prayers during this time of sadness..|
|Gin I am really sorry to hear of your loss. Please
know I am thinking of you and love you.|
||Cheryl, Cindy,Monty and Paula Rene Brown
|To Virgina and the Raines family. We are sorry to
here of the loss of your loved one. You are in our
thoughts and prayers. God be with you. |
||Nancy Mcgee Collette
|Sending my heartfelt sympathy to Mark's family and
friends. He spent a lot of time with my family
while he was growing up and we cared deeply for
him. I wish we had kept in touch over the years.|
||Sue (Susie) Hammett
|Ginny and family we are so sorry to hear
about Mark. Love to you all |
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