Mark W. Hindman suffered a stroke Nov. 30, 2019, which left him paralyzed.  He passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Dec 16, 2019, at Good Samaritan Hospital in Lafayette, Colorado.  He will be dearly missed.  Mark was born March 6, 1958, in Watertown, South Dakota.  He graduated from the University of Colorado with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and later with a Master’s degree.  He spent most of his career in Colorado as an engineer and problem solver in several fields including Aerospace and Medical Technology.  He loved skiing and had a passion for cycling and bicycle mechanics, and built several custom electric bikes.  He was devoted to family and is survived by his wife of 42 years, Robin Roe Hindman, three sons, Bryn (Kirstin) Hindman, Sam (Cathleen) Hindman, Ross (Mari) Hindman, one grandson, four granddaughters, and two sisters, Laurel Shoecraft and Susan Dornbusch.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert and Marian Hindman, and brother, Oren Hindman.  At Mark’s request, no service will be held, although friends and coworkers plan to raise a glass in his honor.

In lieu of sending flowers, donations in Mark’s memory can be made to Imagine! in Lafayette.


9 thoughts on “Mark Hindman”

    1. When we were in Watertown Tom, Mark was telling me about some canoeing memories and we drove by some of those spots.

  1. I love you and will always have wonderful, fun memories of the Aaker kids and Hindman kids growing up together. Be at peace Mark. ❤️??

    1. So nice to hear from you. I remember a sleepover at your house, must have been 6th grade. Hope you are well! Robin

  2. Dear Robin: Oh, my heart aches for you at the loss of your beloved soulmate. I have so many lovely memories of our friendship, visits with you and Mark in Colorado. I hold space for you, dear friend.

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