ALEXANDRIA, Ind. —
Mark E. Dinehart, 54, of Alexandria, died July 4, 2013, at Community Heart and Vascular Hospital in Indianapolis after a brief illness.
He was born Jan. 8, 1959, in Elwood to Donald L. Dinehart and Eloise (Wells) Dinehart. He resided in Alexandra most of his lifetime.
Mark was a graduate of Alexandria-Monroe High School, class of 1977. He had worked in the parts department of Regenold Pontiac, formerly of Anderson, for 20 years and Southworth Ford in Marion for five years. He was a former member of the Alexandria Eagles Lodge. 1771.
Mark was an avid sports fan and especially enjoyed watching the Chicago Clubs, IU basketball, Indianapolis Colts and NASCAR. However, he was the number #1 fan of his sons, Derek and Donnie, when they played baseball for the Alexandria Tigers. Mark’s quick wit and fun sense of humor will be sadly missed by many.
Survivors include his wife, Anita (Hueston) Dinehart, whom he married June 6, 1987; twin sons, Donnie and Derek Dinehart of Alexandria; two brothers, Mike (Joan) Dinehart of Ten Mile, Tenn. and Rick Dinehart of Rome City, Ind.; mother-in-law, Patricia Hueston of Alexandria; sister-in-law, Vicki (Austin) Custer of Lewisville, Ind.; several nieces and nephews and his adopted cat, “Priscilla.”
He was preceded in death by his father in 1987; his mother in 1996; brother, Duane Dinehart in 2002, father-in-law, John Hueston in 2007; brother-in-law, James Hueston in 1996; and his favorite four-legged companion, “Ginger.”
Services will be 1 p.m. Monday in the First Christian Church, 215 W. Berry St., Alexandria, with Pastor Julia Bratton officiating.
Interment will follow in Park View Cemetery in Alexandria.
Friends may call at Owens Funeral Home, 412 N. Harrison St., from 3 to 8 p.m. Sunday or at the church after noon on Monday prior to the service.
Memorial contributions are suggested to the Alexandria Fire Department Emergency Ambulance Fund, the Alexandria First Christian Church or the Alexandria-Monroe High School Athletic Department - Baseball Fund through the funeral home.
Online condolences owensmemorialservice.com or wwwtheheraldbulletin.com.