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Mark Duncan Briggs, 60, Whitefield, died on at his home on Friday March 9, 2018 with family by his side. He was born in Concord, VT on July 3, 1957 to Russell and Adalia (Locklear) Briggs. He grew up in Whitefield and attended local public schools.
Mark as a very energetic, competitive and athletic boy. He enjoyed fishing, camping, hunting, and swimming with his siblings and father. In school he played basketball and soccer, and broke a few records running track. Mark was outgoing and popular, he had many friends and enjoyed spending time with them all. He finished his high school education and went on to receive an associates degree in culinary arts. He worked in the kitchens of many fine restaurants locally as well as in Washington, Indiana and Florida. Mark also worked as a mason until an injury left him unable to work. He spent his free time with family, fishing, stock car racing, riding his Harley, and watching and playing sports.
Mark is predeceased by his parents, four brothers, Tommy Lee Briggs, Douglas Briggs, Jason Briggs, and Martin Briggs, two nieces, Paula Giacobe, and Arica Briggs, and a nephew Tommy Giacobe. He is survived by three children, Jason Mooney, Bethlehem, Mindy Mooney, No. Woodstock, and Alayna Briggs-Gilbert Eustis, FL, seven grand-children, eight siblings, Annie Payette, Franconia, Gary Locklear, Sodus, NY, Barbara Penny, Clayton, NC, Clifton Briggs, Holland, VT, Larry Briggs, Kenai, AK, Eric Briggs, Whitefield, Judy Briggs, Ithica, NY, and June Zerbe, Sodus, NY, eleven nieces, seven nephews, and several great nieces and nephews.
Services will be held privately and interment will take place in the spring in Burns Cemetery in Whitefield.