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Mark Natale

Mark E Natale

Sunday, August 11th, 1957 - Thursday, April 9th, 2020
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Mark E. Natale, 62, a lifelong resident of Carlstadt, passed away on April 9, 2020.
Son of the late Henry “Chick” and Rachel Natale.

Mark was a proud member and faithful brother of the Nam Knights Motorcycle Club Parent Chapter in Carlstadt for 20 years and a dedicated member of the Wopena Archers Club in Clifton. He had a love for comradery, friendship, riding, archery, hunting and fishing.

Mark was the owner of Natale’s Pizzeria in Waldwick for over 10 years where he cultivated his love for cooking. He was also the proprietor of Central Jersey Sporting Goods in South Amboy, NJ where his passion for archery inspired others through his love of teaching and the sport.

Mark’s true passion was his family, especially his grandson Nicolas. He is survived by his wife Doreen (nee Gargiulo) Natale, stepsons Christopher and Michael Morton, brother-in-law Jason Gargiulo and his wife Michelle, grandmother Dolores Gargiulo, his uncle Victor Fonseca, Sr., cousin Victor Fonseca, Jr., and his wife Suzanne, their son Sal, along with many other adoring cousins. Mark is also survived by a massive extended brotherhood and friends.

O Father, in this time of sorrow, I don’t have anyone but you. Lord, I feel bitter and wounded in my soul because of this death. Father, I feel robbed of this precious life. Yet, God, I know that you have sent your angels to come and guide my beloved into paradise. Help me to come to terms with what happened. Give me the strength to celebrate a life well-lived. In Jesus’ name, I pray. Amen.

Funeral Service is private due to the current health crisis. A special celebration of life will be held at a later date. Interment George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus on Thursday, April 16, 2020. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to: Camp for Heros, Inc., 176 Zimp Rd., Fairmont, NC 28340. Arrangements at Kimak Funeral Home, Carlstadt.
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    George Washington Memorial Park
    Paramus and Century Roads
    PARAMUS, NJ 07653
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Grant Coates

Posted at 06:20pm
As Mark is placed in Mother Earth, the phrase that Reverend Pitches mentioned gives comfort. His memory and love will never be forgotten. His example of love and devotion to Doreen will be an example. His joy for life with his grandson will guide many. His caring for others sets a standard to follow. Always Onward, my Brother. Now Rest.

Non stop

Posted at 05:35pm
Mark. We used to laugh that we shared the same Birthday. You always had a smile and an Hello. You will be missed by all . RIP and ride safe with the Eternal Chapter. KFFK

Tom Donio

Posted at 04:00pm
Brother Mark. I wish I had the opportunity to share these words with you face to face but God has you in his arm now. Every time we met you hugged me and brightened my day with your smile. I will miss that very much. Godspeed on your next journey with the Angels. LRB always. Tom Donio KFFK


Posted at 03:01pm
Many years ago I asked Mark what Dilligaf meant. He answered " Does it look like I give a F__K, I responded, hey I just asked you a F__KING question! We had a good laugh.😎😘

Raymond Pizzo

Posted at 03:00pm
Silent Ray

Snake was a good friend from first meeting him when I started hanging around the NKMC. Mark was there when I was most in need and always extremely nice to my children. He guided me through becoming a member of the NKMC. Knowing Mark as you probably do, he would be the first to make a funny wise crack when you entered the room and again as you left. It is these many simple moments that we all will remember forever. In all seriousness... He will be remembered for many things, too many to list here but I myself will always give thanks that he has been part of my life and my family's life. Mark will be in our hearts and our minds forever.

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