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Mark Charles Goldsworthy

July 7, 1960 — December 25, 2022


Mark C Goldsworthy was received into heaven on December 25, 2022, due to cancer. Mark was born to Charles and Elizabeth (Bette) Goldsworthy in July 1960. He was raised in Eagle River, Wisconsin, and raised all his 4 children in Northern Wisconsin. He was a proud United States Marine serving as security at multiple embassies and received the Good Conduct Medal and others during his time in the service.


Mark is remembered as a resilient and sedulous man, a dedicated father and grandfather, and one who found great comfort from the organized chaos of his family gatherings filled with games, playing, sports, food, competition, teasing and laughter.


Mark was a successful third generation cranberry grower, who worked with and watched Mother Nature to help grow the best crops. He was a very intuitive steward of the cranberry vines. He was a member of the state board of Wisconsin Cranberry Growers Association.


In his free time, he enjoyed hunting, fishing, skiing, sports and was a member of Ducks Unlimited.


His greatest accomplishments lay with his children and grandchildren, teaching them how to be strong, independent individuals that he himself was always known to be. He was recognized by his Stetson hat, his truck with the window down, arm out and the dog(s) in the back and a Marine Corps Sticker on the vehicle. Though he was a man of few words, he always had a presence whenever he walked into a room. Mark always impacted people with his strength, knowledge, and loyalty. He always referred to his family as the “Goldsworthy Crew,” keeping family first and always making us all one connected unit. He instilled the Marine Corp Semper Fi, always faithful, with family and those close to him.


Mark was a fierce protector with great love for his surviving family. Wife, Denise (Lindquist), Zachary and wife, Barbara (Scottsdale, AZ), Lucas and wife, Felicia (Peoria, AZ), Molly (Charlie Saeger) and children, Evelyn, Mason and Madelyn (Hancock, WI), Elizabeth and husband, Britt Unkefer and their children, Levi, Ivo and Atlee (Ellison Bay, WI). He is also survived by his father, Charles, Sister, Margaret (Peg) and husband, Paul Byerlein, Brother, Tim and wife, Linda, nephew, Daniel, Sister Anne and husband, Dennis DeLoye and nephews, Sam, Charlie, Joe, Timothy, David and niece, Maggie.


Mark was welcomed into heaven by his mother, Bette, all grandparents, his uncle, Joe Edelman, and other dearest friends.


Visitation for Mark will be held on Friday, January 6th from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Nimsgern Funeral Home Chapel in Woodruff, WI and on Saturday, January 7th from 10:00 am to 11:00 am at Manitowish Waters Community Presbyterian Church followed by a Memorial Service at 11:00 am with Military Honors following the service.


Donations will go toward his favorite charity, the US Marine Corps sponsored Toys for Tots.


Online condolences may be shared at nimsgernfuneral.com


NIMSGERN FUNERAL & CREMATION SERVICES IS SERVING THE FAMILY.



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Service Schedule

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Memorial Gathering

Friday, January 6, 2023

4:00 - 6:00 pm

Nimsgern Funeral & Cremation Service

1025 Margaret Street, Woodruff, WI 54568

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Memorial Gathering

Saturday, January 7, 2023

10:00 - 11:00 am

Manitowish Waters Community Presbyterian Church

Hwy 51 North, Manitowish Waters, WI 54545

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Memorial Service

Saturday, January 7, 2023

Starts at 11:00 am

Manitowish Waters Community Presbyterian Church

Hwy 51 North, Manitowish Waters, WI 54545

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