Survivors include an aunt, Dorothy Mark.
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A memorial service was planned for Feb.
He graduated from Washburn University and later worked for a newspaper in Independence, Missouri.
Mark said he would hold the camera in the palm of his left hand and release the shutter with his little finger.
That was less than two months after the suicide truck bombing of Marines Corps barracks that killed 241 military personnel and wounded many more.