Mark S. Deagle

October 13, 2020
Mark S. Deagle

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Mark Steven Deagle, 56, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, October 13, 2020. He was born in Richmond, Virginia on October 1, 1964 and moved to Williamsburg in 1971. He was preceeded in death by his parents, Wallace Deagle and Jean Deagle and is survived by his brother, Doug Deagle (Andrea) and nephew Will Deagle as well as numerous cousins.

Mark had a strong love of the outdoors and enjoyed waterskiing (especially on the Pamunkey River), archery (he was had an excellent shot) skateboarding (he built a ramp in his parents backyard) scouting and biking. He developed a deep love for fishing at an early age which he pursued with a passion into his adult life. A very friendly and helpful person, Mark was devoted to the people in his life as well as his dogs.

After working in the grocery industry for many years, Mark found his calling in the fishing tackle business and was well known in the fishing community as the manager of Hooker Bait and Tackle. He will be greatly missed by family to whom he meant a lot and anyone he helped to improve their fishing skills.

A memorial service will be held on December 12, 2020 at 1:00pm. At Bucktrout Funeral Home, Williamsburg. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Heritage Humane Society.


Memorial

Saturday, December 12, 2020
1:00 PM

Bucktrout Funeral Home - Directions
4124 Ironbound Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188
757-229-3822

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  • December 06, 2020
    Trish Fulcher says:
    Praying that you are supposed by the love and heartfelt sympathy from others as you move through this difficult process. My heart is with you all.

  • December 12, 2020
    The Embry family says:
    I was always happy to see Mark working when I entered Hookers. He was always pleasant and helpful and more than willing to help make me a better fisherman. His stories and tips were always helpful and he made my family and I feel like he was always happy to see us. On more than one occasion he went out of his way to help us. He stayed late and or offered to if we couldn’t make it before closing allowing us to bait up and have many great fishing trips. Once while en route to fish as we stopped to get bait, my son realized his license was expired and Mark went far and beyond to help us get a license on line so we could continue on our eagerly awaited trip. On other occasions he also took time to listen and talk with me about struggles I was having and always provided great advice. I am blessed to have known him and will always be thankful for his help and kindness.

  • January 01, 2021
    Dorset Hurley says:
    So very very sorry to hear of Mark's passing. He did indeed love his family and looked up so to Doug. Wishing you peace and comfort in a time of such a great loss.