Mark S. Worobey

Mark S. Worobey, 60, passed away on Monday, January 8, 2018, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Born in Troy, NY on May 1, 1957, he was the son of Joseph and Lucille Worobey. He was a graduate of LaSalle Institute and SUNY Plattsburgh.

Mark was a team manager for Liberty Mutual Insurance in Latham, NY. He was an avid golfer and physical fitness enthusiast.

He was known for his quick wit and love for life. He dressed in his team gear and cheered loudly for the LA Rams and Cincinnati Reds. He filled the room with laughter wherever he went.

Mark was a loving husband and father, and beloved brother and uncle.

He was predeceased by his parents Joseph and Lucille Worobey. Mark is survived by his wife Ardis Armer; son Michael Worobey; brother Joe Worobey (Darlene); sister Luanne Duffy (Framp), several nieces, a nephew, and many dear friends.

A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 12 noon on Friday, January 12 at St. Clements Church, 231 Lake Avenue, Saratoga Springs. Burial will follow in St Peter’s Cemetery, Saratoga Springs.

Memorial contributions in memory of Mark may be made to the Wildwood School, 2995 Curry Road, Schenectady, NY 12303.

Guest Book

Mark and Sueann Miller

My deepest sympathies to Mark’s family. Will miss seeing you walking downtown Saratoga checking out which restaurant to eat at. Again I am so sorry for your loss. Mark was a great guy who fought hard and long with his battle.

Colleen Danish


I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your brother. Mark was always so kind and I remember his sense of humor. Prayers for you and your family at this difficult time.

Jim Crouch

My condolences to the family. Had the pleasure of knowing Mark as a neighbor, golfer and friend. He will truly be missed
RIP my friend.

Bill Hogan

Mark was a very close friend of mine. He was a funny guy and very quick witted We used to play golf together. Many nights after work we played at Burden Lake laughing, drinking and generally having a great time. As partners, we nearly won a chance to play in the national final in Las Vegas of the ESPN tournament, sadly we missed going by a single shot. Mark will truly be missed here on earth but heaven just gained a great guy.

Dr. Malone and all his office staff

We are thinking of you in your loss. We remember Mark as the best of fathers with the strongest sense of love and caring. God bless your family and we know that Mark's life will have a place in your heart forever.

David Taylor

I also worked with Mark at Liberty Mutual, and enjoyed our work together. We had many discussions about sports as well as our work. His sense of humor made him fun to be with. My condolences go to his family.

Robin Nitz (Samiof) Emanatian

Dearest Luanne and Family ~

I'm so truly sorry for your loss. Your brother sounds like an amazing man. May your happy memories help you through this time and sustain you in the times to come.

Robin Nitz (CCHS Class of '84)

Karen Glass

RIP Mark. So many fond memories of you as a kind person, great boss and thinking of others before yourself. Prayers and thoughts are with your family. A life cut way too short.

Tam O’Connor

So sorry for y’all loss.

Nancy Flanagan Gildea

Had the pleasure of working with Mark at Liberty Mutual. My condolences go out to his family and friends. RIP Mark