Sunday’s third annual Alfresco in the Garden fundraiser was the best-attended one yet, according to Carolle Huber, co-founder of Grow It Green Morristown.
In any other year that would be cause for celebration by the nonprofit group. But this time, many thoughts centered on a person who was missing from the festivities at the Urban Farm at Lafayette.
“He was the most optimistic guy, and the most gentle guy I know. He was a good, good man,” said Max Huber, Carolle’s husband.
Mark was the drummer in Max’s band, Our Marvelous Lives. They had a gig on July 6, at a music festival in a New York club. Despite his faltering health–he needed help setting up his drum kit–Mark performed that night.
“He played a great set,” Max said.
Their last song together was a mellow version of The Kids Are Alright by The Who.
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