Mark Andrew Reagan

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Through the end of his life on earth, Mark Andrew Reagan remained steadfast… as a father, as a husband, as a worker. Joe & Betty Reagan brought Mark into the world on October 18th, 1966, in Memphis, Tennessee… completing their big family. Keeping Mark’s memory alive is his loving (smokin’ hot) wife, Julianna Ruth, four daughters: Hannah Elizabeth (23), Mary Adele (21), Claire Catherine (6), and Chloe Isabel (2). As well as his siblings, Mike (Peggy), Steve (Pam), John (Leslie), and Patty (Bob). Mark spent several years serving in the United States Army before deciding he was ready for the big promotion to “dad” - he later found a passion in the hospitality industry. In 2018, he continued his life of serving others by joining the United States Postal Service. Mark loved to be prompt, but living with five girls taught him lessons in patience. He knew being the ultimate man and the ultimate father sometimes meant wearing makeup. He embodied fatherhood in a way that made his girls feel celebrated, protected, and supported. His daily habits were an example of that stability his family enjoyed. Morning coffee and post-work Miller Lite, cargo shorts and t-shirts, UT games and horse races, incredible home-cooked meals and all the Jeopardy answers you could ask for (and probably some no one asked for). “Markus” always showed up - which was good news to anyone looking to have a good time. His openness to anything and everything is something his family adored about him. Being a Reagan was a point of pride for Mark - as was dominating in cornhole at the “Reagan Royale” each year. But nothing brought him more joy than being at home with his girls. He lived a life deeply in love; with his wife, with his daughters, with God, and with his family. A visitation will be held on July 2nd at Brentwood United Methodist Church at 1pm. A service will follow at 2pm. Directly after the service, there will be a celebration of life at Cool Springs House, 1490 Volunteer Parkway, Brentwood, TN 37027. To honor Mark’s memory, you’re invited to donate to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Click here to donate. ( Arrangements in the care of Compassion Funeral & Cremation Services, (615) 857-9955. Proud to be locally owned & operated.

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  1. I remember spending many a day listening to albums (Eagles Live) at his house on GordonPetty Dr. Music and comedy was a favorite – 80s SNL. He was one of my first friends after moving to Brentwood, Tennessee summer of 1978. Rest In Peace my friend. — Joe Imorde Jr

  2. Mark became a friend to me my sophomore year at BHS. He was funny and charming, and I liked him immediately. There were many years where we did not see one another, but when he was managing at Calhouns, we reconnected. Always with a kind, positive word- he would sit down and chat no matter how busy he was. Then, we became friends on facebook and kept up with our BHS friends, and each other, there. I was so happy when he found his soulmate and his wonderful girls came into his life. Life is most meaningful when you make a lasting impact on those that you love and befriend, and Mark absolutely did that. People like Mark are hard to come by, and it was a privilege to have been his friend. – Shannon (Wade) Pearson

  3. Hannah and I send our warmest condolences and are thinking of you through this difficult time. God bless.

    A Memorial Tree was planted in memory of Mark Andrew Reagan
  4. Sending our love and prayers to you all in this difficult time.

    A Memorial Tree was planted in memory of Mark Andrew Reagan

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