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Mark Schriever Obituary
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July 20, 2018

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July 23, 2016
My sympathy to family. I remember Mark, a thoughtful and kind gentleman.
Nancy's cousin Peggy Lou Deily
July 8, 2016
After a 30 year loving marriage to his wife Nancy Bachman Schriever which ended with her dying too soon and who was extremely talented in needlepoint, quilting, weaving, and cooking I became best friends with Mark. Although mostly a homebody I managed to teach him how to snowshoe in Vermont, hike the trails in Minnewaska, enjoyed dolphin watching in Hilton Head, seaplaned in the Adirondacks, boated on mountain lakes, enjoyed concerts, Rockettes, 4th of July at West Point (even though he was a Navy Radarman in Vietnam) and other ports), many other adventures, and family dinners on holidays.
He worked many years fixing computers in Consumer's Union, Elsevier, New York United Hospital, and other places as well. Mark and his wife Nancy spent the night in the IT department at the hospital on New Year's Eve on Y2K waiting for the computers to go down which never happened.
Mark was an inspiration on trying to stand on his feet throughout this horrible illness of cancer with the loving support of friends from the nearby train depot in Hopewell Junction and friends from his town of Fishkill. He also volunteered at the Alzheimer;s Association for many years.
His other favorite things were trains and their history, computer games, woodworking, eating in diners, home repair shows, movies, music, and ancestry of his family.
But most of all he had a great love for cats and dogs. He had many over the years. His surviving cats are missing him already and need a new home. Their names are Alejandro and Gretchen.
I love you Mark and rest in peace in the spiritual world.
Jean