Mark Slaughter

Mark Slaughter

Mark Slaughter

March 31, 1959-Feb. 17, 2020

Mark Steven Slaughter, 60, of Anchor Point, Alaska, and formerly of Anchorage, passed away Monday, Feb. 17, 2020 at Providence Hospital, in Anchorage.

Mark was born March 31, 1959, in Long Beach, California to Robert and Sandra Slaughter. Mark moved with his family to Anchorage, Alaska in 1960; he later moved with his parents to Palmer Alaska in 1971. After high school he worked in the floor covering and remodeling business for many years. Mark was married to Shella in 2000, and later divorced.

Mark Moved to Anchor Point in 2002. Mark was a bachelor most of his life. He was the brother and uncle who was a little rough around the edges, but beloved by those around him. He was the uncle who had a special place in the hearts of his nieces and nephews. Mark loved fishing, gold mining, hunting and the outdoors in general.

Mark is survived by his father, Robert Slaughter of Anchor Point Alaska; three brothers, Donald Slaughter of Kenai, Alaska, Mike Slaughter of Anchor Point, Alaska, and Todd Slaughter of Kenai, Alaska.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Sandra Slaughter of Anchor Point Alaska, and brother, Robert Slaughter.

Services will be held in the summer of 2020, where Mark’s ashes will be deposited. For more information on the services, contact one of his brothers Donald, Mike, or Todd.

Mark Slaughter

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