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Montana State Senator Mark Sweeney’s Death News at 62 Revealed


Montana State Senator and congressional candidate Mr. Mark Sweeney’s death news was revealed on May 7, 2022. He passed away Friday evening at his home in Philipsburg, according to his family’s statement.

The 62-year-old senator was a sitting state senator representing Philipsburg. At the time of his passing, he was one of the three Democratic candidates running in the primary for the new eastern congressional district of Montana.

A representative of his family reported that Mark Sweeney died of natural causes. Sweeney’s family said that Mark was a “beloved father, husband, and public servant to the people of Montana.

Montana State Senator Mark Sweeney's Death was Confirmed

Mark is survived by his wife Sue, adult children, Jordan and Shannon Sweeney, and two stepdaughters Brandi and Carly Johnson. He had two grandchildren.

“Sharla and I are deeply saddened to hear of Mark Sweeney’s passing, and we send our condolences to his family. Mark was a Montanan through and through, setting politics aside to work towards bettering the lives of everyone who called the Last Best Place home. He will be missed,” Senator Jon Tester wrote on Twitter.

Cora Neumann tweeted: “So saddened to hear of the loss of Sen. Mark Sweeney. He dedicated his life to serving Montana and will be sorely missed. Sending love and healing to his family and community.”

The news came out just days after David Birney’s Cause of Death was released. He sadly passed away on Friday, April 29, 2022, at his home in Santa Monica.

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Mark Sweeney’s Death Confirmed by Family

Sad news of Mark Sweeney’s death was confirmed by his heartbroken family. “Today, our hearts ache as we are informing family and friends of the tragic passing of Mark Sweeney, a beloved father, husband, and public servant to the people of Montana,” the family said in the statement.

“While our sadness and despair weigh on all of us, our spirits remain as bright as the twinkle in Mark’s eye with our love for him. Whether he be hunting, fishing, skiing, or working on a farm or ranch, we will always treasure the enduring optimism, hope, and love Mark brought to all of our lives and the people around him.

“To our extended family and our so many friends throughout Montana and around the world, please understand that Mark left us with love, humor, and resilient passion to help other people. It is with great sadness and with immense respect, love, and admiration for Mark Sweeney that we now live without him.

Mark Sweeney sadly passed away
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“We appreciate the privacy that people will extend to our family as we both mourn and celebrate the life of Mark Sweeney,” the statement read.

A Miles City native, Mark Sweeney, entered the Democratic primary in February because he believed Eastern and central Montana were getting represented very poorly in Congress by Matt Rosendale.

Mark had been living in Philipsburg for several years but had split his life between the western and eastern parts of the state. He spent half his life in Eastern Montana.

After college at the University of Montana Western, Sweeney returned to the East and worked at the Lower Yellowstone River Intake close to Glendive for Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks.

Sweeney was accountable for establishing the river’s walleye population. “I’ve always been an Eastern Montana guy. It’s where I was raised and worked. Those are the people I understand,” Mark told Lee Montana Newspapers in February.

He also worked as manager of the Washoe Park Trout Hatchery in Anaconda and became an Anaconda-Deer Lodge commissioner and a state senator.

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