In Memory of Mark Hable


Friday, May 25th from 4pm to 8pm at the O'Connell Family Funeral Home of Hudson


No formal funeral service will be held

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Mark Hable, age 54 of Woodbury, died unexpectedly Sunday May 20th at the University of Minnesota Medical Center – Fairview, in Minneapolis after being taken there by ambulance. He was raised in St. Paul attending St. Luke’s Elementary prior to graduating from Highland Park High School. Mark has worked more than thirty years in the food industry. He began at Nolan’s Grocery stocking and worked his way into management. They would become Festival Foods where he has served as assistant manager. Mark was a proud member of the St. Paul Bouncing Team. He loved going to the community events, walking in parades, enjoying friendships, and bouncing! He cherished going to his children’s school and sporting events. He took great pleasure in going on a motorcycle ride, playing boot hockey, going to a Wild game, or playing softball with his friends. He also loved visiting Bennies On The Beach in Florida or his annual trip to the North Hudson Pepper Fest. Mark will forever live on in the hearts of his family and friends as his infectious smile, laugh, and humor always lit up a room.

Mark is survived by his children, Lindsay, Isabella ‘Izzy’, Alex; mother, Judy Hable; father, Bill (Meridee) Hable; sister, Jennifer Hable and her daughter, Jensen; aunts and uncles, Joan (Tom) Trudell, Jean Mulvihill, Tom O’Connell, Mary Jo (Mark) Ryan; and numerous cousins. Mark is preceded in death by his grandparents, Elmer and Elsie Smisek, Anthony (Barbara) Habl; aunts and uncles, Janet O’Connell, Glen Mulvihill, Joyce Smisek, and Barbara Hable.

A Celebration of Life for Mark will be Friday, May 25th from 4pm to 8pm at the O'Connell Family Funeral Home, 520 S. 11th St., Hudson, WI. Memorials are preferred and will be used to continue Mark’s passions in life.

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  1. We are so saddened by Marks passing. He was such a great son and father and will be missed by all. Words can’t express the heart ache we all feel.Sincerely, Dianne and Michael Elavsky