Mark Allen Feeney Monday, August 8, 1949 - Saturday, March 25, 2017

Mark Allen Feeney (67), born in Whiting, former resident of Schererville, passed away at 12:15am on March 25, 2017 at IU Simon Cancer Center in Indianapolis, IN. He is preceded by his father, Martin Feeney; mother, Catherine “Betty” Majchrowicz; step-father, Joe Majchrowicz; and step-sister, Marilou Langer. Mark is survived by his beloved wife, Annette Feeney (Opolski); daughters Beth Ann Ernst (Anthony), Pamela Bonin (Jason); and Catherine Feeney along with his three beautiful grandchildren Mackenzie, Paige and Madison. Also survived by siblings Patsy Ewing, Betsy Chorba, Kathleen Pasztor, John Watkins as well as step-brothers Fred, Tom, Dan and Joe Majchrowicz. Mark loved spending time with family and friends, laughing, loving life and talking White Sox baseball. He sought to find the best in every day and everyone, always walking away with a new friend. Most recently, he enjoyed his new job of being the world’s greatest grandpa. “With love, cheers to you, Mark!” Funeral services will be held on Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 10:30 am DIRECTLY at St. Michael Church, 1 W Wilhelm St, in Schererville. Visitation will be on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 from 4-8 pm at the Fagen-Miller Funeral Home, 8580 Wicker Ave in St John, with a prayer service at 4:30 pm. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the MDS Foundation ( or your favorite charity.

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Our thoughts and prayers are with the Feeney family at this very sad time. May your wonderful memories help you all to heal.    

Patti and Mike Fink

My sincere sympathy to Mark's family--prayers and thoughts are with you during this very difficult time.  I knew Mark from Noll--a great guy. 

My condolences to Mark's family, a truly great guy. He went to Noll, I went to Clark. But a bunch of us would hang out together when time and school allowed. I don't think Mark had a mean bone in his body, a great sense of humor, and just fun to be around. I hadn't seen Mark for nearly 46 plus years when several of us "organized " a mini reunion of friends at my brother's bar in Whiting. Mark was there and I was happy for the hours we could spend together, all of us again, laughing, telling stories, lying to one another, and just being transported back to our youth, and then back again to our present day roles of husbands, grand fathers and fathers. He was very proud of his family and I could tell the love he had for each of you by his words and the smile on his face when he was talking. We will miss him.

Mark was my childhood friend. We both attended Sacred Heart School...he went to Bishop Noll and I went to Whiting...I have never heard Mark say anything bad about anyone.  He was the most kindest person I have ever known. Rest now Mark in Gods loving arms.

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to the Feeney family.  I had the pleasure of working with Mark at The Hartford.  He was a great guy.

My sincerest condolences to all of Mark's family.  I worked with Mark for many years and came away from every conversation with a smile.  I only have good memories of a wonderful person.