Mark Edwin Roach, 56, of Morristown, passed away Monday, April 5, 2021, the day before his 57th birthday, at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center after a short illness, with family at his side.

He was a member of Deep Springs Baptist Church, and was employed by Vacumett for 25 years.

Mark was preceded in death by his mother, Mavis Price Roach; father, Marshall Roach; grandparents, Vicie and Herman Price, and Minnie and Richard Roach; and uncle, Earl Price.

He is survived by his son, Criss of Rutledge; sister, Marsha (Duane) Randolph of Gainesboro; aunts, Norma Reece, Doris May, Esta Mae Cox and Jewell Price, with whom he made his home with for several years; nieces, Carrie (Sean) Kearns and Chelsey (Kyle) Galloway of Cookeville; great-nephews, Eli Kearns, Garrett Galloway and Jasper Galloway; cousins, Greg Reece, Will May, Ronnie Cox, Shirley Chambers, Connie Hayes, Cathy Delgado, Jenny Lynn Mann, Loretta Smith and Cynthia May; and special friends, Rodney Kyle, Lowell Lakes and Jeremy Kyle.

Friends may pay their respects 3 – 5 p.m., Thursday, April 8 at Farrar Funeral Home, Jefferson City. Graveside services will be held 1 p.m., Friday, April 9 at Jefferson Memorial Gardens with Rev. Richie Hayes.

Pallbearers will be his son, Criss, and Jeremy Kyle, Rodney Kyle, and other friends.

In consideration of the health and safety of all those attending the services, Farrar Funeral Home strongly encourages all CDC guidelines be followed, including the use of masks.

Arrangements by: Farrar Funeral Home

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