Mark William Belous

July 22, 1957 - August 16, 2020

Mark William Belous of McKinney, Texas passed away August 16, 2020 at the age of 63.  He was born on July 22, 1957 to William Gary Belous and Dixie Lee (Ellingworth) Belous in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mark was a Harley Davidson enthusiast and rode with Hell Train. He worked as a mechanic and welder.

Mark is survived by his father, Bill Belous of McKinney, Texas; daughters, Aprilynn Belous of Plano and Chelsea Belous of Schennectady, New York; and a host of other loving family members and friends.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Dixie Belous.

A graveside service will be held at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, August 20, 2020, at Ridgeview Memorial Park, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas.

In support of our local, state, and federal govt including CDC directives and to protect the physical health, safety and well-being of our community, the following are Ridgeview Memorial Parks guidelines. All are invited to attend the Graveside Service, maintaining social distancing or you may remain in your vehicle.

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So glad our paths crossed! You were a joy to be around, the life of the party, always smiling, always laughing and always dancing. A true icon in our community. You were there for me when I needed a shoulder - with kindness, understanding and support. I am honored to call you my friend and my "brother". Gonna miss dancing with you. Save me a dance for when we meet again! Love you POPS! Penny "Mama Crash" Lawrence, August 21, 2020 There will be a terrible void on our cul-de-sac with the passing of Mark. He always took the time to say hello and would help anybody at any time they needed him. So sorry he was taken so soon we all loved him. Felicia Webster, August 20, 2020 Cheers to pops! Quite a character -he was As if- Not a care in the world An when you dance -that funny litl dance Snickers an Crys -laughs an sighs As if- their playing your song For every one was yours Big ole hugs -an don’t forget the tugs-an all those shrugs Down the road he rides -with a shook an jive He’s one to tell you- git off you feet Look alive! That grin- Just can’t be beat! A rare one you seldom meet One -that was so sweet So raise your glasses-cheers to pops- For now he’s dancin in the sky... Kicatpita (CLH) copyright My friend you will be truely missed... ride high...
cathy henderson, August 20, 2020 Pops was a wonderful man! He was quite possibly the happiest guy I’ve ever met. Much love to his family and may your wonderful memories help to ease your pain! I know he entered into heaven on a Harley and will continue to ride high!
Amanda Machen, August 20, 2020 The Priesthood is sorry for the loss of an awesome Brother. Pops was a man with a heart of gold always smiling and loving life. if there is anything we can do please reach out. God Bless Priesthood Pops.
Priesthood Pops , August 20, 2020 May God fold you in his arms and receive you with His love and mercy. Love you cuz! Mary Susan, August 20, 2020 Miss you Pops. Fly high till I see you again. Aimee Wallace, August 20, 2020 Pops, I will surely miss your happiness and kindness and I always loved your laugh. You were special to me. Love ya much.
“Mama” Cindy, August 19, 2020 Bill, I am so sorry for your loss. Betty Prindle, August 19, 2020 You were a good man and a good Son you were loved by many and your memory will remain forever.
Mel Browning, August 19, 2020 You are in our hearts and prayers! God has taken a good sole to walk with him in heaven. Vicki & Mel Browning, August 19, 2020 Will miss you brother. You were always upbeat and making people smile every time I saw you. Ride Free Brother! Elvis Gary, August 19, 2020 Amazing guy! We were fortunate enough to hang out with him a few times and he was always cool and happy to see you. Remember he was always happy & had a smile on his face. RIP brother.
John and Michelle Munder, August 18, 2020
He always called me his "Lil Sis" Luckily I saw him last weekend and gave a huge hug We aere all happy to see him . He said he was living the dream that day and we were all in it "Helltrian" He was one of a kind & will be missed so much. Love Betty Hellbent Betty, August 18, 2020 "Pop's" was always upbeat, positive and entertaining! He was very involved in the motorcycle community and loved by many. He will always be remembered for his happy spirit and the way he loved to dance., August 18, 2020 Pops was very well known for his beautiful smile and kind hearted man. He never met a stranger we will miss seeing and talking to him. Until we meet again fly high and ride the Paradise of Our Father’s glorious heaven road. Love you pops. Our condolences and prayers are with his family and friends. David & Cathy Stutts, August 18, 2020 Pops, you will be sorely missed. I will miss riding out to who knows where and when. You taught me a lot in this world and you will never be forgotten. Boston Gary, August 18, 2020 Dear Bill and family I am so sorry about the death of your son. It is such a crushing loss. He left a legacy to remember him by and a joy to treasure always in your hearts. My most heartfelt condolences.
Kathy opheim, August 18, 2020 I am so sorry for your loss. Jayne Colburn, August 18, 2020 So sorry to hear about Mark's passing. He had a good heart and his life was cut too short. Our deepest sympathies to all of you. Troy and Lana & family , August 17, 2020 Condolences to your family. The Curtis Family, August 17, 2020 This is so hard to write these words. You were an awesome man. So full of smiles and laughter. It was a great honor to have met you and become friends. I will miss hearing your gruff voice with the laughter mixed in. I'll remember the last hug you gave me at Strokers just a few weeks ago. I'll miss you my friend. Debra Fannin(Cricket), August 17, 2020 My thoughts and prayers are with you Aprilynn. I'll continue to pray for you and your family as you go through these trying times. Yolanda Scott, August 17, 2020 Miss you already buddy, no good byes. See you when I see you again my friend. We ( all that loved you) will be there on two wheels Thursday. GOD SPEED MY FRIEND Faron Key, August 17, 2020