LINCOLNVILLE – Mark “Schadey” Andrew Schade passed away unexpectedly April 10, 2008. Mark was born Aug. 20, 1965, in Okinawa, Japan, the son of John F. Schade, M.D. and Jerilyn (Deemer) Schade. He grew up in Hazleton, Pa., and graduated from Bishop Hafey High School in 1984. After graduation Mark moved to Maine, attending Unity College, where he graduated in 1989, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in conservation law enforcement. During his time at Unity College, he completed an internship with the Pennsylvania Game Commission. In 1992 he was hired by Waldo County Sheriff’s Department as a patrol deputy and was promoted to the position of sergeant in 2001. Mark held several law enforcement certifications, to include drug recognition expert, accident reconstructionist, standardized field sobriety test instructor, skid car instructor and he also was a certified scuba diver. While at Waldo County Sheriff’s Department, Mark was awarded Deputy of the Year in 2001. Mark was a devoted husband, father and son who loved not only his work, but also spending time with his family, snowmobiling, hunting, scuba diving, as well as camping. He was predeceased by his father, John F. Schade, M.D. in 1997. Mark is survived by his mother, Jerilyn of Sugarloaf, Pa.; wife, Patricia “Tish” (Mar-riner) of Lincolnville; six children, Hunter, Jack and Rebekah of Rockport, Chris, Alex and Max of Lincolnville; bro-her, Christopher Schade of Logan, Utah; sister, Heather and her husband, Michael McKeown, of Wexford, Pa.; and in-laws, Richard “Dick” and Jackie Marriner of Swanville, Rich and wife, Brandy Marriner, of Swanville, Leonard and Chris-tine Knowlton of Liberty. Mark is also survived by nieces and nephews, Anna and Katie Mc-Keown, Leah Marriner, Madeline, Declan and Stuart Knowlton; as well as aunts, uncles and cousins. Mark was known as “Uncle Mark” to all of the law enforcement family members. He will be greatly missed by all of his family, as well as his law enforcement family members. A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 15, at the Belfast Armory, Route 1, Belfast, with Chaplains Don Williams and Warren Doersam officiating. After the service, there will be a gathering at the Belfast Boat House. In lieu of flowers, donations for his children may be sent to Waldo County Deputy Association, care of Keyes Fibre Credit Union, Waldo Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915. Arrangements are under the care of Crabiel-Riposta Funeral Home, 182 Waldo Ave., Belfast.