Marc-Drogin-Obituary

Marc Drogin

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Feb 7, 1936 – Feb 6, 2017 (Age 80)

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Marc was born on February 7, 1936 and passed away on Monday, February 6, 2017. Marc was a resident of Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

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Recently I unearthed from a desk drawer a set of sample "calling" cards he sent to me years ago and wanted to send him a thank you note again. I still enjoy looking at them " Many of the cards had banker or physician themes.
Sorry to learn that his is gone.
Please accept my condolences.

A joyful spirit that sprang from a soul touched by every facet of life....he exuded humor, insight into nature, the love of the written word....the beauty of sharing his world.....He will forever be in our hearts and that funny smile and sparkling eyes never forgotten.............We were blessed in knowing him.

We were so very saddened to hear of Mr Drogin's passing. He made our business and appointment cards,<br />so we weren't aware he had passed until time to order new cards. <br />I loved chatting with him when I phoned to reorder cards. He was always so descriptive of the weather and if he was cozy on a snowy day, enjoying the birds in the garden on a sunny day, etc. I could always picture the scene in my mind.<br />I will miss those conversations and ordering cards will...

So sorry to hear about Mr. Drogin, He was thee nicest gentleman to talk to. loved speaking with him. And I always knew his voice when he called. He was always amazed that I knew who he was .. we always got great compliments on our appointment and recall cards, he did great work.. will be missed dearly..May you rest in peace.... Dr. James p Goldsmith DMD,PC

I am so sad to hear of Marc' passing. I have a number of business cards that he designed. He was a fantastic illustrator. My sincerest condolences.

As you remember your beloved one, may our Father the God of peace give you comfort and peace in every way today, tomorrow, and always. Please accept my sincere condolences. 2 Thess 3:16.