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Mark Argyle

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May 3, 1968 – May 15, 2022

With heavy hearts, we announce the sudden passing of Mark Wesley Argyle, on Sunday, May 15, 2022 in Saint Boniface Hospital at the age of 54.


He is survived by his wife Carla (Cunningham) of 27 years, his mother Irene, his 4 sisters Ruth (Terry Fach), Lois (Wes Gorman), Esther (Casimiro Nhussi), Christine (Todd Hughes), 9 nieces and nephews Matthew, Ndidi (Carly), Michaela, Marisa (Paul), Katuma, Miranda (Niall), Nick (Molly), Kaelum, Aidan, and grand-nephew Remi.  As well as Auntie Moira and Uncle Gillies of Dunoon, Scotland and Aunty Ayesha of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


Mark is predeceased by his twin brother Luke, father Charles Brook, and Uncle Jim.


Mark was born on May 3, 1968 in Newmarket, Ontario and went on to live in Miramichi, New Brunswick where he graduated from high school.


He then moved to Winnipeg and attended Canadian Nazarene College and the University of Manitoba where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree.


Mark grew up in both the towns of Mount Albert, Ontario and Miramichi, New Brunswick.  In Mount Albert, he enjoyed life as a free range child, racing go-carts, playing hide and seek, and building many tree forts. In Miramichi, Mark enjoyed many adventures with his good friends; Dave Truka, Troy MacDonnell, Dave Galley and Chris Hansen.


In Winnipeg, Mark met his wife, Carla and they were married in 2000.  They bought their house in Fort Richmond and enjoyed spending time with their dog Joey, as well as hosting barbeques for friends and family.


Mark was born with a very strong sense of fair play, which lead him to be an active supporter of his local union–Unifor, and served to protect workers rights.


Mark loved many sports.  He was a loyal Toronto Maple Leafs fan, no matter how many times they disappointed him.  He was also an avid Blue Bomber and Philadelphia Eagles fan.


Mark loved playing golf, smoking meat on his Char Griller and making his own hot sauce.

He never missed an opportunity to tell a story and was always full of knowledge that he loved to share.


A celebration of his life will be held at 2pm Friday, May 27th at New Hope Community Church (214 Henderson Hwy at Noble Ave).


In accordance with his wishes, cremation has taken place through the services of Ethical Death Care Cremation & Funeral Planning. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation.


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530 St, Mary Avenue - Winnipeg

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