In memory of
Mark H. Sirott
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In memory of
Mark H. Sirott
Mark H. Sirott June 1, 1938 - January 10, 2020 Mark passed away at his home in La Quinta, California surrounded by family. Mark is survived by his loving wife Marilyn and children; Brad (Susannah), Deborah (Tom), Ken (C.C.), Sharol (Bruce), Marc (Bonnie) and predeceased by his first son Michael. He was also blessed with ten grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. Born in Los Angeles, California to Betty and Al Sirott. Mark graduated from Palm Spring High School in 1956 and attended Arizona State. Mark was a Riverside County sheriff before joining his father at Palm Springs Lincoln Mercury. In 1975 Mark Sirott Used Cars was born and became the largest used car dealership in the desert, allowing thousands to establish credit, often times through generations. Mark was a big man, with an even bigger heart, loved by many, and already missed by all. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Living Free Sanctuary, P.O. Box 5, Mountain Center, CA 92561 (951) 659-4687, or your favorite charity. The family welcomes you to join in a Celebration of Mark's Life on February 22, 2020 at 11:00am at Las Palmas Community Church, 47783 Monroe Street, Indio, California.
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In memory of
Mark H. Sirott
Mark H. Sirott June 1, 1938 - January 10, 2020 Mark passed away at his home in La Quinta, California surrounded by family. Mark is survived by his loving wife Marilyn and children; Brad (Susannah), Deborah (Tom), Ken (C.C.), Sharol (Bruce), Marc (Bonnie) and predeceased by his first son Michael. He was also blessed with ten grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. Born in Los Angeles, California to Betty and Al Sirott. Mark graduated from Palm Spring High School in 1956 and attended Arizona State. Mark was a Riverside County sheriff before joining his father at Palm Springs Lincoln Mercury. In 1975 Mark Sirott Used Cars was born and became the largest used car dealership in the desert, allowing thousands to establish credit, often times through generations. Mark was a big man, with an even bigger heart, loved by many, and already missed by all. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Living Free Sanctuary, P.O. Box 5, Mountain Center, CA 92561 (951) 659-4687, or your favorite charity. The family welcomes you to join in a Celebration of Mark's Life on February 22, 2020 at 11:00am at Las Palmas Community Church, 47783 Monroe Street, Indio, California.
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