Mark died suddenly of a heart attack Nov. 11, 2020, while cycling in Tyler State Park in Bucks County, Pa. He was 70.
Mark was born in Elizabeth, N.J., and came to Princeton from JFK Memorial High School in Woodbridge, N.J. At Princeton he majored in English, was a member of Wilson College, and dined at Stevenson Hall.
After Princeton Mark earned a certificate of marketing from the Columbia School of Business in New York and pursued a career in publishing and public relations, writing for the Morristown Daily Record and the Newark Star-Ledger. He was vice president of marketing for Merrill Lynch and in 1971 became executive editor of Fleet Management Weekly.
Mark enjoyed playing soccer, cycling, and walks in Tyler Park. He was a prolific reader, writer, and chess player.
He is survived by his wife, Evelyn Christiansen Boada; daughters Sarah and Lauren; son Andrew; daughter-in-law Helen Miller; grandchildren Eli and Nora Momtahan and Eva Louise Boada; brothers Chris, Eric, Jeff, Albert, Larry, and Stephen; sister Angelica; and stepmother Jean Boada. The class sends condolences to the family.