Mark Alan Fernwalt

Mark Alan Fernwalt

August 07, 1959 - April 17, 2010

Mark Alan Fernwalt

August 07, 1959 - April 17, 2010


Fernwalt, Mark Alan 50 of Aliso Viejo, CA formerly of Scottsdale, AZ passed away on April 17, 2010. Mark was born in St. Joseph, MI on August 7, 1959 to Arthur, who preceded him in death and Shirlee.

He will be sadly missed by his loving wife Cindy, daughters Tiffany and Olivia and preceded in death by infant daughter Crystal. He is survived by two brothers, Arthur III Sharon and Scott Yvonne, 3 nephews and 2 nieces and many other relatives and friends.

Mark was a Coronado High Scottsdale and University of Phoenix graduate. Marked served in the Army for 4 years and then worked in the banking and automotive industry. Most recently Mark has worked for Hyundai Capital America as a District Finance Manager where he was a top performer.

Mark loved life and USC football, he was always the life of the party and he and his laughter will be greatly missed.

Services and Interment will be held on Saturday, April 24th at 2:00pm at Abiding Savior Lutheran Church, Lake Forest, CA.

In lieu of flowers contributions can be made at, account for the college funds for his beloved daughters, Tiffany and Olivia.

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9 responses to Mark Alan Fernwalt

  1. I’ve known Mark since he started working for Hyundai. He was one of the remaining truely good people on this Earth and he will be missed.

  2. Sandra Luong says:

    I knew Mark for couple years. He had great sense of humor. Couple weeks ago, I seen him in the lobby of Hyundai Capital America. He looked little tired but still had a great smile on his face when he saw me. We talked and laughed. I’d never forget that last moment.

  3. Jan Bucheli says:

    My thoughts, prayers, love, and hugs to the entire family! I was out of town for a very serious surgery my brother was having, and unable to attend Mark’s service, but know you all were in my prayers. My heart aches for your loss and the loss of my dear friend! God’s blessings!!

  4. Hi Cindy, I am sorry to hear about Mark. I heard it through someone who did not even know him but was in the auto industry. I just found out the other day and decided to type in his name and found this. I hope you and the girls are doing well. Olivia must be 9 or 10 now? Gee how time flys…

    Mark was always good to me when we worked together and I always appreciated the chance he gave me at MMCA and I know you may have helped a little bit back in 1999. Stay strong and again, I am sorry.

    -Bryan Ellinger

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