A funeral service will be held on Friday at 11:00 AM at Temple Shalom, 259 Richards Avenue, Norwalk, CT. Interment will follow in IHS/Temple Shalom Cemetery, 143 Richards Avenue, Norwalk,CT. Donations in his memory may be made to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (

Mark David Namm

December 2, 1961 - November 7, 2017

Mark D. Namm, 55, of Norwalk, passed away Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at the Smilow Cancer Center at Yale New Haven Hospital. Born December 2, 1961, in Miami, Florida, he was the son of the late Arthur and Shirley Namm. Mark grew up in Bowie, Maryland, and attended college at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Mark worked as a manager at Kmart for several years before becoming a real estate agent. In his spare time he enjoyed riding his bike and rooting for the New York Yankees. He is survived by his daughter Shana and his girlfriend Lucy Kramer of New York, New York.

He is also survived by his sister Barbara of Miramar Beach, Florida and his brother Howard of Atlanta, Georgia.

A funeral service will be held on Friday at 11:00 AM at Temple Shalom, 259 Richards Avenue, Norwalk, CT. Interment will follow in IHS/Temple Shalom Cemetery, 143 Richards Avenue, Norwalk,CT. Donations in his memory may be made to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (

  1. My thoughts are with Lucy and Mark’s family at this very difficult time. I will miss my political conversations with Mark and our celebrating whenever the Yankees won a game. Rest In Peace, Mark, you will be sorely missed.

    November 9, 2017
    Jane Walters -
  • Outstanding dedication to work,
    Was a hallmark signature of Mark.
    He worked beyond the call of duty,
    with utmost efficiency and sincerity.

    He was more than a Seven Star Realtor,
    And beyond a great friend.
    He had the most pleasant character,
    And he battled leukemia with a majestic end.

    His physical presence will be missed,
    But his sprit will always be cherished.
    He will remain an evergreen inspiration.
    As he ascends the highest heaven.

    November 9, 2017
    Prabhu Bharathan -
  • Love knows no boundaries and those who love us never go away. While Mark is no longer with us, his spirit will always be around us. My sincerest condolences to Mark and Lucy’s families for an incredibly great loss. Mark had great character and a very big heart. I’ll never forget the fond memories of Mark, Lucy, Dan and I playing with the ouija board, watching movies together and eating wonderful dinners with great conversations. Mark, you will be sorely missed but will always be with me in spirit.

    November 9, 2017
    Cynthia Lederer -
  • The best thing about Mark was how he loved my aunt Lucy. Mark’s incredibly caring, selfless, and generous character was evident in how happy he made Lucy. I am grateful to have welcomed Mark as a member of my family, and I am even more grateful for how he embraced us as his own with an open heart. I am proud to have had Mark as my uncle. He was a truly loving man.

    November 9, 2017
    Sam Seckler -
  • I only met Mark a couple of times, but I heard nothing but great things about him from Lucy- my friend- his girlfriend. Mark, you made her so happy. I wish I had more time to get to know you, and you had more time with Lucy! You are missed, but will never be forgotten!

    My deepest sympathies go out to you Lucy, your and his family!

    November 9, 2017
    Eva Kyte -
  • Shana,
    Lisa and Michael join me in expressing our sorrow at the loss of your father. We send you our sincere sympathy and hope that the good memories of times shared with your dad will be a source of comfort to you at this time of sorrow and in years to come.

    November 9, 2017
    Inge Rosenbaum -
  • We are so deeply sorry for the loss of Mark. He was a great man. Even though we only knew him for a short time, while finding us the home of our dreams, we recognized quickly what an amazing person he was. I know he will be missed by many.

    November 11, 2017
    Mathew & Diana DiGiovanna -
  • I am sorry for your loss of your dear loved one. May you receive comfort from one another, loving friends, and God’s Word. It is through the privilege of prayer that we can experience God’s love and comfort in the most intimate way. May you find comfort as you pour out your heart to God in prayer because he cares for you. (1 Peter 5:7)

    November 13, 2017
    Cheryl D. -
  • Mark,
    You are, and still are, the love of my life. You held up your personality of being my favorite stubborn mule till the end. You are my one and only DD. And that doesn’t stand for our favorite coffee “Dunkin”. I feel as if you are still here and I will always feel that way! Love you always and forever and looking forward to seeing you in my dreams. xog BabyLu!

    November 22, 2017
    Lucy Kramer -
  • I am so sorry, Lucy, for the loss of your soulmate, that special individual only the truly lucky encounter. We will miss him so very much and will hold on to the fun memories we have. Bless you, my friend.

    November 22, 2017
    Doris Ash -
  • Mark sounds like he was a very special person. I am so sorry for your loss. Lucy, I think of you often. We’ll talk soon.

    November 22, 2017
    Liz Moore -
  • Mark is gone way too soon. I know he will be missed by so many and remembered with love as well. I so enjoyed seeing the two of you together; how happy and in love. Your visit to Buffalo was non stop fun. It was special to see how you could spend every minute together and enjoy it. You were so fortunate to find each other and yet the time together was too short. I believe you when you say that he was the love of your life and you will love him forever. May you find strength and peace in that love.

    November 22, 2017
    Lisa Avery -
  • Mark was one of those people who you felt should always be there. It s truly difficult to think otherwise. In our memories, in our thoughts, yes, he will always be there. To many of us he was Mr. New Year’s Eve. And he will be with us this December 31st. That s why I am not going to say goodbye, just Happy New Year, Mark

    Mary Carlson, November 22, 2017

    November 22, 2017
    Mary Carlson -
  • Mark was always a dependable colleague, always ready to lend a hand. Our conversations at work, both serious and silly, always ended with alot of laughs and smiles, although our opinions and beliefs were often at opposite ends. So happy Mark and Lucy were able to come down to Roton Point this summer. Although Mark was not feeling great, he put on his Yankees hat and many sweaters, and off we went with Lucy at his side. I’ll never forget the visual of Mark and Lucy sitting in Adirondack chairs overlooking our beautiful shoreline.
    Rest In Peace my friend.

    November 26, 2017
    Rosanne Conoscenti -
  • Mark,
    You will be greatly missed and thought of with joy and laughter and stories of “remember when we …………..”

    November 27, 2017
    Jean Hill -
  • I am so sorry for your loss. My love to you Lucy and to all who knew and loved Mark.

    December 6, 2017
    Maja Wampuszy -
  • Rest in peace Mark…There’s no more pain for you. My heart goes out to you LuLu for your loss. In time the pain will ease and the memories will bring a smile to your face. With lots of love.

    December 7, 2017
    Marla Sheflin -
  • Lucy, I’m so sorry for your loss. I loved pumpkin too . I feel lucky to have known him. Love, Lauren

    December 7, 2017
    Lauren -
  • Mark will be greatly missed . He was a wonderful man who loved our dear friend Lucy so much. We will never forget our annual outings to the wine country with Mark and Lucy, Jill and Harry. We had so much fun and many laughs. We have many great memories to keep us smiling during the times of sadness. So sorry for Lucy and her family and Mark’s family.

    December 7, 2017
    Anne and Tom Codignotto -
  • Mark and Lucy, the love of his life. You guys had a wonderful life together, and although it was cut short, you will never
    Be forgotten. You touched many lives and we have great memories of being with you. Your humor made us laugh and your kindness will always be remembered. We will watch over Lucy and make sure that only good things happen. And we know you will be watching too!!
    All good things and lots of memories.
    Love you and love Lucy.
    Marcy and Peter

    December 7, 2017
    Marcy Stein -
  • Mark was a quiet gentleman who I was privileged to call my friend. Lucy, before you & Mark invited Doris and me to a casual dinner with friends on your apartment building’roof, I knew of Mark, but didn’t really know Mark. Doris had mentioned him often when she worked with him in Pru Real Estate, and I’d see him at some social events that were loosely associated with the office. I knew very early that he saw the world in much the same way as I do and that he was a quiet, but in no way bashful man. It was with you that I came to know him better and came to consider him truly as a friend. My definition of friend includes someone who I can depend on and who knows he/she can depend on me. It was easy to get there with him and you. I understand a little better what a profound loss you and Mark’s other family and friends have suffered, because I too was shocked and saddened. I ask God’s blessing on all who knew and loved him and I am thankful to have known him.

    December 7, 2017
    Jim Ash -
  • Mark,
    You will truly be missed. The laughs and the good times; Thankful to have had you in our lives at work and during social gathering. Don will miss our yearly political discussions (even though sometimes you did not think it was so funny ). R.I.P.
    Don and Marlene

    December 7, 2017
    Don and Marlene Overton -
  • Lucy, it is hard to put into words how much Mark meant to us. From our days at Prun and then continued after I left the company, you and Mark kept in close contact. We loved our dinners, movies, concerts and parties and just plain hanging out with you both. You were always such an easy couple to be with. Mark was the most loving, positive, complimentary and inclusive person we have been blessed to know. We miss him every day and think about you and the very tough journey ahead of you. I know you miss him most of all. We know Mark is looking down and sees how incredibly strong you are and is beamed by with pride. Love you! ❤️

    December 7, 2017
    Arlene and Bob -
  • I will miss Mark, my niece Lucy’s lovely boyfriend. He was my friend too. I don’t bike, but he found unique urban adventures, and I spent New Year’s Eve at their special neighbors’ party. My heart breaks for Lucy. My thoughts go to Shana, and thanks to Wendy.
    With love, Aunt Paula

    December 7, 2017
    Paula Glatzer -
  • Lucy – all of us who knew you and Mark and were so aware of your happiness together have been so saddened by his loss. He will be remembered every New Years Eve when you and he hosted the 12th floor party – and when he changed my light bulbs! He will be with us again in spirit on 12/31.
    Much love, Carol

    December 7, 2017
    Carol Schreiber -
  • To Mark — you were truly a member of our family and we will miss you beyond measure. From our far-flung adventures in Africa — to weekends in Stockbridge — to celebratory dinners both at 1100 Park and in restaurants around town — you were an integral part of everything we did for over 12 years. You and Lucy had a very special relationship and that spilled out onto all of us. We loved being with you and you will be in our hearts and thoughts whenever we have a family occasion from now on. We will look after Lucy as best as we can — but no one will ever be able to do that like you! Love always from Mom and Dad.

    December 9, 2017
    Janet and Earl Kramer -
  • Dear Mark,

    Thank you for bringing out the absolute best in my sister Lucy. You expanded her world to include biking and other outdoor adventures, ethnic foods at favorite hole-in-the wall restaurants, historical sites, street fairs and art museums. Lucy loved doing all of these activities with you, and I will make sure she keeps up the habit of trying out new adventures. Your dedication to Charley’s Fund was truly incredible; you faithfully donated in honor of every special occasion and raised thousands of dollars through the Charley Ride and 5-borough bike tour. Now that I’ve met Shana, your friends, and your co workers, I can see that you not only touched our lives, but so many others as well. You were a loving father, a trusted and respected coworker, and a dear friend. A good man is hard to find, and I’m so grateful that my sister found one. I only wish you didn’t have to leave so soon. Love, Tracy

    December 11, 2017
    Tracy Kramer Seckler -
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