Mark Alan McQueen

Mark Alan McQueen
Mark Alan McQueen

Mark Alan McQueen, 64, of Amarillo, TX passed away on December 13, 2020 at his home.

No services are scheduled at this time.

Mark was born on February 18, 1956 in Canyon, TX to the late E.L. and Kay McQueen.

Mark was a proud Memphis Cyclone and graduated in 1974. He went on to attend the University of Texas at Austin.  In 1977, he moved to Amarillo and shortly thereafter married the love of his life Sondra Elem.  Some may remember Mark as a radio disc jockey under the call name “B.B. McQueen”.  Ultimately, he began a career at Binswanger Glass Co where he worked until his death.

He enjoyed good music, fishing and college football.  Mark loved to laugh and have a good time with his friends and family.

He was preceded in death by his parents, E.L. and Kay McQueen, and his daughter, Chelsea McQueen. He is survived by his loving wife, Sondra McQueen of Amarillo; brother, Max McQueen; son, Jacob McQueen; grandchildren, Jude and Kaydance McQueen, and many friends.

We already miss you….

All You Need is Love… Love is All You Need

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Heart Association.

17 Replies to “Mark Alan McQueen”

  1. I worked with Mark way back in the day when we were wild and crazy kids playing radio on KBUY. He was funny, talented and a joy to work with – and always had a great smile. I am so very sorry to hear of his passing. My heartfelt condolences to Sondra and his family. Nancy Amburn ( Nancy Allen from radio days)

  2. Such great times with Mark walking to my house to shoot hoops, many times with lights on, as we continued well after dark. Also, what a fun summer at WTSU when Mark, Eddie, I were all there together. So many wonderful memories of a fun, funny, full of life, amazing friend. Now dazzle heaven with your signature megawatt smile!
    So many prayers for you, Sondra, and your family. May God be with you all.

    Fly high my friend,
    Janet McNally Brooks

  3. So many great memories of Mark walking to my house to shoot hoops, often with lights on, as we continued long after dark. And such a fun summer at WTSU when he, Eddie, and I were all there together. Such wonderful times with such a fun, funny, full of life, amazing friend.
    My heart is so very saddened to hear this news.
    Many prayers for you and your family, Sondra. God be with you all.

    Janet McNally Brooks

  4. Very saddened to hear of Mark’s passing. My prayers go out to Sondra, Jacob, Max and all family members. He will always be remembered for his great smile and outgoing personality.
    RIP Dear Friend,
    Ramona Bachman Woodrum

  5. This is really a sad passing but he is in a better place today. My thoughts and prayers are with Sondra and the family. Although Mark and I didn’t talk as much over the last few years I was always felt like we were part of an extended family of friends and co-workers that all started back in the early 80’s. Mark will be missed.

  6. Mark was a great friend to me growing up. We were closer than brothers. I have many fond memories of all our times together. I truly regret losing touch in our audit lives. Goodbye old friend. Sondra my heart goes out to you Jake and Max. God bless you.

  7. Sweet Sondra, I’m so so sorry to hear this. You two were together through thick and thin and everything in between. I love you, my friend, and I’m hurting with you. Love, Kris collins

  8. Sincere condolences to Sondra & family; Max, and the McQueen Family in the loss of Mark. 🌹
    Prayers of pease and comfort to all.
    Jim Edd

  9. Sondra,
    May God be with you through your loss. You and your family will be in my prayers.

    God Bless,
    Barbara Haire

  10. Mark was a great friend growing up in Memphis had lots of fun riding dirt bikes and hanging out ,he was always happy ,great memories

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