CASPER — Mark William Kwedor left this world surrounded by his loved ones on December 29, 2021 at Wyoming Medical Center. He was born on February 18, 1962 in Wheatland, Wyoming. He was born to Karen Ann Scott and Richard William Kwedor.
Mark grew up in Casper where he met his first wife Kimberli Ujvary and had their son Ryan. He has spent his entire career working as a garage door technician. He really loved what he was doing, he was the best and would be there to solve the problem anytime. Mark was working very hard, he had no days off.
Mark has always been very active, spending most of his time with his son Ryan or meeting up with friends. He has often been seen driving his helicopter or other motorcycle around town. He also enjoyed spending time at the Senior Citizens Center where his mother has spent her entire career and where he also became a member of the board of directors. He liked to visit all the old people. He was also an expert level selfie taker.
Mark was predeceased by both groups of grandparents; his mother, Karen; his brother, Richard Raymond Kwedor of Cheyenne; his nephew, Alex Richard Cooper of Casper; and her daughter, Trinity Carlson of Casper.
Mark is survived by his father, Richard Kwedor; his son, Ryan Kwedor; his wife, Joy Kwedor; her daughter, Lillie Landers and her grandson; her sisters, Julie Provence, Pam Still and Kimberly Cooper; his brothers Craig Kwedor and Richard Glen Kwedor. Mark is also survived by several uncles and aunts as well as nieces and nephews. Mark is also survived by Wayne and Sally Osborne, also the Ujvaries he considered family.
Throughout his life he has been an avid arm wrestler. Several times he brought home first place trophies when he competed. Anyone who knew him would say he was the strongest man they had ever met. Mark enjoyed spending time outdoors with his family and friends.
Mark was much loved and respected. He would help anyone who needed a helping hand. He always said “You’ve never met someone like me” and how true it was. He will be sadly missed by all.
Services will take place at the Outardes funeral home on January 5, 2022. Public visit from 1 to 3 p.m. and start of the ceremony at 3 p.m.