Mark W. Neagles left our lives surrounded by the ones who loved him the most. Born in Okinawa, Japan to Ruby Jo and Robert Neagles; he lived his life in, and was a staple of, the City of Imperial Beach. He loved Imperial Beach, and the people that came with it. His heart and soul was dedicated to the IB community.
Mark volunteered his time to the Boys & Girls Club for over twenty-five years. As a member of the endowment board, and San Diego Area Council, he was the lead in the merge of the Chula Vista and Imperial Beach clubs; creating Boys & Girls Club of South County.
From his days cooking at the Hungry Hunter, the afternoons at Challenge Dairy, nights with Sysco, and summers at the Del Mar Fair, he was a mover. If you needed him, he was there for you; not just for food, but in life.
We’ve lost an amazing person. The world will not be the same without him, but he would want you to take what he has done and build off of it. We only have so much time in this world, and we can’t give up the opportunity to stand on the shoulders of giants.
Services will be held at Glen Abbey Memorial Park for Mark and Matt Neagles on Friday Nov. 10, 2017 at 1 p.m. Celebration of life will follow at the Boys and Girls Club in Imperial Beach, 847 Encina Boulevard. The family has requested that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Boys and Girls Club of South County. The Neagles brothers are survived by Jason Neagles, of Imperial Beach, and Jennifer (Bill) Kuzma and her daughters Joi and Harper, of Poway.