Mark Traub NBC Obituary, Mark Traub has died – Death

Mark Traub NBC Obituary, Mark Traub has died - Death

Mark Traub Obituary, Death –¬†Mark Traub. Mark worked as the primary Stage Manager for the Today Show for many years, and during that period he was considered to be the show’s “heart and soul.” Due to the fact that I had also worked on the program for many years, I could practically say that I had known him for my whole professional life. Mr. Traub, age 67, of LaSalle, Illinois, lost his long-fought battle with disease and passed away on Sunday, January 28, 2018, at the OSF St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria.

He had been receiving treatment there. Memorial services will be held at the Mueller-Pagani Funeral Home in LaSalle on the 18th of February, 2018. The date of the ceremonies is Sunday. The funeral will start at five o’clock in the afternoon. The private interment will take place at Oakwood Memorial Park in Ottawa, which is located in the city of Ottawa. At the funeral home on Sunday, February 18, the viewing will be held from 3 to 5 o’clock in the evening.

On March 25, 1950, in the city of Trenton, New Jersey, Mr. Traub entered the world thanks to the efforts of his parents, Kenneth and Alice (Satterthwaite) Traub. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Loyola University in Chicago, where he studied there for four years. In Morrisville, Pennsylvania, on June 16, 1973, he and Dorothy “Dotsy” Gray exchanged their vows and became husband and wife. Prior to his retirement, Mr. Traub worked as a manager at the Red Door Restaurant in Peru, as well as a co-owner and chef at MichaelAngelo’s in LaSalle, as a manager at the Deer Park Country Club, and as a driver for M & M News Agency. Before his retirement, Mr. Traub also worked as a manager at the Deer Park Country Club.

He was a devoted follower of a variety of sporting events and in his spare time enjoyed playing golf and fishing. The greatest source of joy in his life was undoubtedly his family, and in particular, his grandchildren. Dotsy, his wife; their son Michael and his wife Nicole, who reside in Peru; their granddaughters Autumn and Caitlin; two sisters, Peggy (Ron) Dew and Gretchen (Tom) Phillips, both of Pennsylvania; one brother, Douglas (Vicki) Traub, also of Pennsylvania; and a number of nieces and nephews also survive him. He was predeceased by Douglas Traub. Dotsy was his wife. Their father, Douglas Traub, had passed away before he was born. His parents and an older brother who had only just become a baby when they passed away went before him. Memorial contributions can be donated to the Family House in Peoria in lieu of sending flowers to the funeral.

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