Mark Steven Greenhow, 17, died early Sunday morning in Kaiser Hospital of a virus infection which had affected his heart.
A native of San Diego, Greenhow received his education at Yokohama, Japan, and came to Napa in 1962. He had attended Salvador, El Centro, and Redwood Junior High School, and was presently attending Napa Senior High School.
He was on the track and soccer team at Redwood, and had been a member of the track team at Napa High. He was also a member of the Block “N” Society and was active in music.
Mr. Greenhow took ill in October and had been in poor health since.
Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barnette Greenhow of Napa; two sisters, Barbara Ann and Mary Catherine, both of Napa; four brothers, Barnette Jr. and Timothy, both of Napa; and Gregory, Mare Island, and James, Presidio; two grandmothers, Mrs. Madeline Connor of San Diego, and Mrs. Alma Glisson of Ohio; and one nephew and one niece.
Rosary was recited February 14 at the Treadway & Wigger Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Jospeh Ralph officiated. Prayer services were held in the chapel February 15, 1972 with the Reverend Brendan Hanratty of St. Apoolinaris Catholic Church officiating. Mark was interred at Tulocay Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Greg Foley, David Wall, Albert and Frank Paoli, and James and Timothy Persico.