Mark Edward Asay

Portland, Oregon

1952 - 2020


Portland, Oregon


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Mark Edward AsayMarch 3, 1952 - Aug. 22 2020 Mark Edward Asay passed away Aug. 22, 2020. Born in Portland March 3 1952. Mark worked 40 years as an Electronic Engineer primarily in fluid analyzation instrumentation. Working for Alpkem, Rodgers Instruments and the last 10 years at Astoria Pacific...

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Mark loved life and his family completely. To share with Mark a laugh, a campfire, stories of our daughters was such a pleasure. He touched so many of us-always a helping hand. And he'd laugh at my lame jokes. He brought out the best in us. Good bye Mark, you are greatly missed.

I have known Claudia and Mark almost all my life. There was never a man that loved his wife more than Mark loved Claudia. He was a truly dedicated, steadfast and loyal family man. Everybody loved him.

Mark’s positive attitude and keen sense humor complemented his carefree, gentle, and kind spirit. He had a way of making everyone around him feel welcome that all was going to be okay.
We will miss our friend.

Uncle Mark will be forever missed and loved. I wish Aunt Claudia, Lauren and Alyssa peace, love and comfort. I hope we can come together at some point.

Every once in a while we meet someone you love as much as your best friend

Mark was a good to friend to many, always kind and thoughtful. We miss him.
Bob & Cate Minor

I will always remember Mark as quiet and thoughtful. A very responsible and respectful man who loved his family . He also loved a good game of volleyball, especially on the 4th or the summer picnics that we had. We will miss him, such a kind soul! My condolences to the family, hold on to each other. Love Diane Smith ( cousin)

I first met Mark in 1988 at Alpkem and I learned a lot from him and utilized his knowledge of electronics to aid me at my job but also my hobbies. He knew an awful lot and was always willing to share his knowledge with me. HIs sense of humor was unique and he would always give me a laugh which I will miss as will everyone else who knew him. I remember playing basketball and tennis with him and he was competitive and always in great physical shape. He was a great guy who's life positively...

I’m gonna miss you. You were a good friend and role model. Thank you for making this world a better place.