Mark Timberlake


Mark Vincent Timberlake was born December 6, 1949 to the late Ann E. Dedmon and Luther Timberlake. He was born in Lexington, KY, and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Mark loved sports; he was a fan of The Ohio State Buckeyes. In his free time, he loved playing cards, shooting pool, you name it and he’ll play it. He was part of a deaf club located in Columbus, Ohio. He had a smile that would light up the whole room. Everyone loved him. He accepted Christ as his personal savior at an early age.

Mark is preceded in death by his parents, Ann Dedmon and Luther Timberlake; sisters, Yvonne Silverburg and Janice Higgins-Sykes; aunt, Blanche Anderson; and cousin, Amber Bouldin.

Mark leave to cherish his memories with his loving wife, Levolia Timberlake; children, Mark Jr., Kim Timberlake, Luther (Crystal) Timberlake, Mike Brewer, Kristi Black, Kamaria Timberlake, and Minnie Joy Warbington; sister, Pat Baker; brother, Daryl Higgins; niece, Yvette Newby; nephew, William Silverburg; and a host of grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and friends.

Visitation 2:00pm and Funeral 3:00pm Saturday, September 7, 2019 at MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. I am so sorry that Mark departed from this earth.. He earned Angel’s wings and fly high.. Free from suffering on this earth.. Your dad loved all of you.. He had chance to see all his children and grandchildren.. This is not Good Bye. He will see you again when our times come up.. Celebrate his lovely life.. Share all those good memories about Mark

  2. Please accept our deepest sympathy on your family loss. May the support of family and friends be a source of strength and the God of comfort a refuge in your time of need. Thoughts of peace.

  3. I known him for long time at cad and bowling team with him for 13 years. I loved him very much as dearly friend. I’m sorry for ur loss and he is peace now and no more in pain he is free n happy no more pain. Love ya all ox

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