MARK A. LeMENAGERMark A. LeMenager, 50, of Superior, Wis. and Chisholm, Minn. died Sunday, July 22, 2012 at Mayo Hospital in Rochester, Minn. after a courageous battle with Alpha One Antitrypsin Deficiency that led to liver failure.
Mark A. LeMenager, 50, of Superior, Wis. and Chisholm, Minn. died Sunday, July 22, 2012 at Mayo Hospital in Rochester, Minn. after a courageous battle with Alpha One Antitrypsin Deficiency that led to liver failure.
Mark was born in Minneapolis, Minn. to parents Ronald and Karin (Erickson) Lemenager. Mark graduated from Edina High School in 1979 and attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Mark worked in sales for most of his career, selling cars and then working in advertising sales and managing sales teams for radio stations in Southern Minnesota, Montana, Cloquet, Hibbing and Spooner, Wis. Mark also enjoyed his years living and working abroad in Edinburg, Scotland.
Mark loved being outdoors with his dogs. He liked to fish, golf, and play tennis. Mark loved music, weather, and history. He was an avid baseball and football fan. Mark also loved cars, owning more than 25 different cars in his 34 years behind the wheel.
He is survived by his wife, Rebecca Wentworth LeMenager; parents Ronald and Karin Lemenager; brother Paul (Margaret) Lemenager, Duluth; and niece Amy Lemenager, Duluth; who was one of the greatest joys of his life; mother-in-law, Betty Wentworth, Minnetonka, Minn; brother-in-law, Scott (Jenny Johnson) Wentworth, Minneapolis, Minn.
MEMORIAL SERVICES: 1 p.m. Saturday, July 28 at Mizpah United Church of Christ, 412 Fifth Avenue North, Hoptkins, Minn.
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