Mark Law



Mark Dale Law was born on Sept. 11, 1953 in Yosemite National Park and passed away on Oct. 19, 2020.

Mark was a lifelong resident of Incline and graduated from El Portal Elementary and Mariposa County High School. He had a long career with the National Park Service in Yosemite as a heavy equipment operator and truly loved his job.

He was preceded in death by his father, James D. Law and his wife, Sharron D. Thompson Law.

He is survived by his daughter, Charity Law Brocchini (Matt) and three grandsons, Kylan (Ashlee), Joseph (Evy) and Jaden, and great granddaughter, Brogan Jean Brocchini; son, Robert Law (Abby), and four grandchildren, Ryan, Tyler, Kaiya and Wyatt; mother, Dayle Jones Law; brother Matthew (Lori) and sister Shelley; many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews; his dogs, Ama and Miwah, and his cat, Mr. Stripes.

No services are planned per Mark’s wishes. The Law family would like to thank everyone for the kind wishes and prayers that have been extended.

3 responses to “Mark Law”

  1. Jean C. Potter says:

    To all of Mark’s family, it is with sadness I read the Gazette today. I have so many fond memories of Mark, Matt and Shelly growing up in El Portal. Those of us who attended the “Old” El Portal Elementary were such a close knit group of kids. I think back on all of our adventures with a smile. Mark was such a sweet and kind soul.

    Matt and Shelly – my thoughts are with you all as well as all of Mark’s family.
    Jean Walliser-Potter

  2. Robert John McLucas says:

    Matt, I’m sorry to hear of your loss. An old El Portal classmate under Mr. Sondel, 1962-63.

  3. Dale Wilking says:

    Mark was a special person. I had the privilege of working with him at YOSE .He had an exceptional work ethic and dedication to the NPS .He had the courage to always make the right decisions no matter what the situation was. May his family be blessed with memories of a great person who made this world a better place. RIP…

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