In Memory

Mark (Marko) Sherbon

Mark (Marko) Sherbon

Mark "Marko" W. Sherbon, 51, of Norman, died Wednesday, Sept. 30. Mr. Sherbon was employed at OU as an information technical analyst. He is survived by his mother, Fay; two brothers, James and Tim; an aunt and uncle, Bud and Vonda Shepherd; and an uncle, Bob Sherbon. Services will be 1 p.m. today at the Norman First Assembly of God Church with interment at the Fairview Maguire Cemetery in Noble, under the direction of McMahans Funeral Home of Noble.

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03/06/10 11:29 AM #1    

Susie O'Dell (Skaggs)

My memories of Marko are from the University not NHS. He was the resident computer geek (he would get a kick out of that) and campus MAC guru at Goddard Health Center when I was the Assistant Director of the Department of Computing and Telecommmunications Services. For our first meeting, Marko walked in wearing a black leather jacket, long hair flowing and began immediately telling me of his most recent motorcycle adventure. He was very animated and entertaining as he retold the tale acting out each scene for me. I was in stiches listening to him and immediately liked his humor. Some years later he would come to work in our department when we became a vice presidential division. It's strange that we never made the connection of highschool. I didn't know of it until I read his obituarty. He was a good man, a dependable co worker and an awesome communicator. He is missed by all of I.T. at O.U.

03/22/10 08:49 AM #2    

Peggy Hooper (Collins)

I remember Mark from Grade school at Adams through high school. He was the kindess person never a bad word. He will be missed. RIP Mark

04/04/10 12:58 AM #3    

Erick Noah

Mark and knew each other growing up. We both attended First Assmebly of God,(when it was on East Main St), in Norman. We had Sunday School classes together and were both in Royal Rangers. Sometimes we would spend the Sunay afternoons at each others homes,(Between church services). We had alot of fun and got into trouble together too. I am sorry to learn of his passing.

05/09/10 09:40 PM #4    

James Martin Holzberlein

Mark and I wen't all the way through Norman public Schools. He and I were in the same cub scout group. Mark you were a good friend and I'll miss you. 

11/13/10 08:45 PM #5    

Nancy Webb (Keim)

 I remember Mark as a very nice person. Although in 1st grade Mrs. Waller's class @ John Adams I sat in front of Mark & he kept messing w/my hair and teasing me by pulling my hair. I being a scared little girl, I must have squealed and cried so Mrs. Waller pulled out the paddle and spanked me!  She certainly gave me something to cry   Your right David Brewer, Waller was a miserable old winch!   

02/02/12 12:06 PM #6    

David Mark Zumwalt

Mark ,Thanks for befriending me when I moved to Norman. Some how we just lost touch. I wondered often on how you were doing. We had a lot in common and both ended up in IT. 

08/17/12 09:06 PM #7    

Christina Ann Hoffman (Horvat)

Marko was a good friend to me and my family, a great gourmet chef who was generous in sharing special meals, a talented MAC specialist, and a most gentle and interesting man.  He blessed my life.  I clearly remember the last time we visited, before he had to go into the hospital.  He babysat my grandson so my husband and I could go to a play and afterwards we talked for some time about what he wanted to do once his chemo was over, and he felt better.  I try to do and enjoy all those things Marko wanted to do but didn't get to do.  I miss him and I know many others miss him, too.         

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