Marc Grégoire Young
February 2, 1976 – October 1, 2021
Mark was born and raised in Dover, Del. He graduated from Dover HS in 1994. Mark attended Wesley College and graduated with his AS before devoting his life to the health and wellness of others. One of the highlights of Mark’s accomplishments is being recognized as the top ten personal fitness trainers on the East Coast. Throughout his life he was a bartender along the East Coast, with his larger than life personality he was constantly making friends and memories for life. Mark then met his wife Carolyn in 2010 at the Delaware Tech program for Table Games Dealer. They started working together on table games at Dover Downs Casino and quickly fell in love. In 2011, they happily welcomed their daughter Brooke into the world together. They got married in 2016 before God and all their loved ones. In 2020, Mark began a successful career in real estate with his wife Carolyn.
Mark had a passion for sports, growing up playing football and was a lifelong 49ers fan. He made the transition from player to coach after pursuing a career as a semi-professional footballer. Mark has coached at several high schools in Delaware. At the time of his death, he was the offensive line coach at his Alma Mater, Dover HS.
Mark was a motivator, a huge personality and at 6’5 “with the nickname” Monster “was the biggest teddy bear of a guy you could meet. Mark was kind, compassionate and funny. His love for the others were reflected in every facet of his life. No matter where he went, he always knew a friend or two. Mark will be sadly missed by all who met him.
Mark was predeceased by his father, Gregory Young; and his brother, David Craig.
Mark is survived by his mother, Mary L. Craig-Young; his wife, Carolyn J. Young; children, Aiden, Brandon, Collin and Brooke-Lynn Young; his siblings, John Craig (Jaazer), Bryant Craig (Ophelia); stepchildren, Amanda Bentley (Michael), Kurt Bentley (Katelyn), Tyler Bentley (Hailey); two grandchildren and ten cherished nieces and nephews.
Mark had strong faith in GOD and worked on his relationship with him daily. We are comforted to know that he is at home with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
A visit will be held at Calvary Church, 1141 E. Lebanon Rd. Dover, Del. Friday October 8, 2021 from 3 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. The celebration of life will begin at 5.30 p.m. after the visit.
Arrangements by Michael J. Ambruso Funeral Director, Inc., Dover, Del. Condolences can be shared via

Posted by Delaware State News on October 6, 2021.

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