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Louis L. Mobark Jr.
December 2, 1937 ~ October 10, 2023 (age 85) 85 Years Old
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Louis L. Mobark, age 85, of Lakeville, MA, passed away surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, October 10, 2023, after a brief illness. He was the husband of the late Irene E. “Tootsie” (Evans) Mobark for 53 years. He was a fiercely devoted father to Lou and his wife Carol of Lakeville, Scott and his wife Heidi of Middleboro, and Dave and his girlfriend Ruby of Middleboro.
Born on Thursday, December 2, 1937, in Brockton, MA, he was the son of the late Louis and Emily (Asack) Mobark of Brockton. Brother of Carolyn McCombes (Jablonski) of Middleboro and the late Lorraine Mazzarella of Hyde Park.
After serving three years in the United States Marine Corps, Lou had a successful thirty-plus year career with the US Postal Service as a letter carrier in the city of Brockton. A longtime resident of Lakeville, Lou served as a championship-winning little league coach for all three of his sons during the 1970’s. He was very proud of his role in converting his backyard into a makeshift Fenway Park for playing wiffle ball games. Over the course of the late 1980’s into the early 90’s, he hosted dozens of holiday tournaments, drawing teams from all over southeast Massachusetts as well as attracting local media attention.
Lou and Irene were fortunate enough to enjoy a thirty-plus year retirement in Florida while spending summers in Lakeville with family. Lou enjoyed fishing, golfing, boating, wiffleball, scratch tickets, watching the Red Sox and Patriots, train rides to Boston, camping, Spring Training in Fort Myers, 50’s music, raw meat, the ocean, and anything regarding airplanes.
Above all, most important to him was spending time with his family. He always found time for his three sons, whether it be coaching them in little league, hitting baseballs for endless hours in the field next door, playing catch, or fishing, he was always eager to do anything involving his sons. That dedication to family continued through two generations of grandchildren and great grandchildren, attending as many little league games and softball practices as he possibly could.
Lou’s grandchildren include Scott Jr., Melissa, Matt, Mike, Jessica, and Mackenzie; he also had six great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Lou’s family would like to sincerely thank the staff at All American Assisted Living in Wareham for the wonderful care he received while a resident there as well as Alexis and Rachel at Compassionate Care Hospice.
Private family services are provided by Dahlborg-MacNevin Funeral Home 280 Bedford Street Lakeville, MA 02347