Dear Shari and Family,
Sorry to hear about your Dad.
I was so very sorry to hear (from Michele Siegel) of Marc's passing. Marc was such a dear, sweet man. He never failed to make me smile, and I loved talking with him. He always made me feel special....I know he made everyone around him feel special somehow. He took such a sincere interest to those lucky enough to be around him. I will always remember watching Marc and Rose glide across the dance floor at weddings.....they put the rest of us to shame. Rest in peace, Marc. I feel honored to have known you. My thoughts and prayers go out to Rose and your beautiful family.
Joan (Campbell) Berry
Our condolences to you and your family
Bob and Becky Hurvitz
I was shocked and saddened to hear today about Marc's passing (we've been out of town for 2 weeks). I had the privilege and pleasure of meeting and getting to know Marc as a locker mate at the JCC. He was very interesting and great fun to talk to. Marc often talked about his wife, kids and grand kids with GREAT pleasure and pride. He would regularly sit in on the bench in our locker row and talk about the many movies he saw with his wife. He was curious too. Wanted to know what other people thought (and were investing in :-). His warm smile, graceful manner and the twinkle in his eyes are forever etched in my mind. He clearly loved his family and was loved so much as well. Marc will be missed, but we know he continues to be live through all the many people he touched over the years. Rest in peace my friend. Bart Russell
Rose, So very sorry to hear about Marc. We always enjoyed our time square dancing with the two of you. He will be missed.
Dear Rose and Family, So sorry to hear about Marc,s passing. We will always remember all the fun we had at the dances. Marc always made us laugh.
Sincerely Ken and Andrea DeMello
Dear Rose and family, so sorry to hear about Marc's passing. We had a lot of fun at the dances and Marc always made us laugh.
MY MY BEST FRIEND IN JAZZ AND POLITICS
I LOVE YOU MARC
What a lovely man I was fortunate enough to meet while I was a waitress at the Quaker Diner. He could always make me smile. We would talk about my son who played football for Hall and he would tell me about his grandson who also attended Hall. I am sincerely sorry for your loss.
my name is cheryl. i was the cashier at the front desk at suburban pharmacy.
marc was a very nice man of which i enjoyed talking to him. my sincerely symthony goes out to his family