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Mark Pounds

Mark Pounds

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Mark Weston Pounds, 30, of Bakersfield, passed away March 24, 2020, surrounded by family. Weston was born February 26, 1990, to Mark and Susan Pounds.

Weston was a 2008 graduate of Foothill High School where he was active in wrestling and Future Farmers of America (FFA). In 2007, he was a member of Foothill’s FFA Parliamentary Procedure National Championship Team. He married his first love, Jackie McCay, in 2014, and together they built a life centered around their beautiful children, Wyatt and Adaline. They changed his life and he was the most amazing father.

Growing up, much of Weston’s free time was spent at the truck yard of his family’s trucking business. He enjoyed attending truck shows with his dad and brother, and going on hikes, camping trips, and bicycle outings with his grandparents. Weston experienced many summer vacations at Lake Tahoe, Yellowstone National Park, Lake Eufaula and other adventures with his cousins, aunts and uncles including trips to Switzerland and Italy. Upon graduating from high school, Weston joined the family business, driving trucks for Central Valley Transport where he worked until the time of his passing. He will long be remembered for his big heart, warm smile, and his fun-loving antics.

Weston is survived by his wife, Jackie, his two children, Wyatt and Adaline, parents, Mark (Barbara) Pounds and Susan Kincaid, brother, Colton (Chelsea) Pounds, nephew and niece, Benjamin and Brooklynn Pounds, Mother-in-law Patricia (Brian) Threewit, Father-in-law Bob (Mickie) McCay, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

The family wishes to express their thanks to the Intensive Care Unit staff at Kern Medical for their expertise and care of Weston in his final hours and to Yolanda Plaza, David Bunting, Don Phillips, and Steve Nichols for their bedside prayers and blessing. We appreciate and are comforted by all who have reached out in love and support in this difficult time. A celebration of life service will be scheduled at a later date.
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Ally McCormick

Posted at 02:12am
Weston came into my sister’s life when I was about 13 years old. He watched me grow up, and we shared a lot of good talks and a lot of great memories along the way. He truly was a brother to me. Everytime I would see Weston he was asking me how things were going and genuinely seemed care. He was always ready to help and was never greedy (even though I know he hated when I would eat his candy). I’m going to miss seeing his radiating smile. I’m so grateful to have my niece and nephew, and that I’ll always see him when I look at them. I’m never going to stop telling them stories about their daddy throughout the years. I’ll cherish the memories I have of him forever. -Ally


Posted at 08:59am
Thinking of you and your family at this time. May God bless you all.
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Patricia Threewit

Posted at 05:35pm
Weston has been part of our family for over 10 years. He stole my daughter's heart, so he had mine too. He had that contagious smile and oh those eyes! Jackie and Weston had so many plans for their family. Adaline was and always will be her "daddy's princess." Wyatt will always wear his white Ts and Jean's and love trucks. Weston will always be Jackie's knight in shining armour. You will forever be in my heart and I will always cherish our little talks. Thank you for giving me my precious grandbabies. I will never let them forget how much you cherished them. Love Pat

Brinkley Family

Posted at 10:51pm
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Jason & Lori George & Family

Posted at 09:57pm
Thinking of you during this incredibly difficult time and sending our love and prayers.
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