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Wednesday, May 3, 2023
3:30 - 4:30 pm (Eastern time)
On April 28, 2023. Beloved husband of Flo A. Rutherford, Devoted father of Amy Corbman Moncarz (Roger Moncarz), Loving brother of Carol Branca (Joseph Curran & Saverio Branca), Dear grandfather of Drew and Lexie Moncarz, Dear uncle of Paul Branca, Great uncle of Elyana F. Branca. Relatives and friends are invited to a Memorial Service on Wednesday 3:30 PM at GOLDSTEINS ROSENBERG’S RAPHAEL-SACKS SUBURBAN NORTH CHAPEL, 310 2ND Street Pike, Southampton, PA 18966. Following services all are invited to a life celebration at Maggio’s Restaurant, 400 2nd Street Pike, Southampton, PA 18966. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Bucks County SPCA, Ridge Crest Long Term Care Facility, or Grand View Hospital.
Mark loved life and lived it to the fullest. He was a lover of nature and the outdoors. Some of his activities included traveling to Park City, Utah for vacations, riding his Harley, skiing, in-line skating, and walking with his wife and his beloved Golden Retrievers. His “indoor” hobbies included being an audiophile and huge movie buff. He was a member of PAAG (Philadelphia Area of Audiophile Group). Also, for many years he was a member of Indian Valley Hog (Harley Owners Group). Growing up in Philadelphia, Mark was a devoted Philadelphia sports fan. He especially loved his Eagles and the 76ers. One of his favorite topics was talking about the 76ers back in the day of the Wilt Chamberlain era. He was also an avid Harry Potter and Star Wars fan.
Mark attended Germantown High School, Temple University College of Education, and Temple University School of Dentistry. He then studied at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) where he was a resident in pediatric dentistry. Upon completing his residency, Mark began his dental practice in Sellersville in the Grandview Hospital area. He was an Attending and Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatric Dentistry at The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and a member of the Department of Surgery of Grandview Hospital. Mark was a pediatric dentist in the area for nearly 50 years. He loved Star Wars and often called himself “Dr. Mark Corbman- Jedi Master of Pediatric Dentistry.” Many referred to Mark as the “Kid Whisperer” as was well versed on “kid related” topics. He was a great role model to his patients and their families, and he had several multigenerational families who were his patients. Mark was a great asset to the local dental community and always willing to share his expertise. In addition to sharing his dental expertise, he was always ready to share jokes and stories(to anyone who would listen). Mark had a big heart for everyone, both friends and acquaintances. He was humble and magnanimous to everyone.
When you remember Mark, you will most certainly remember his charismatic personality and ability to talk on any topic. He would always end his conversation with: “May the FLOSS Be With You!”