Mark J. Elsesser

Mark J. Elsesser

Obituary for Mark Joseph Elsesser

January 16, 1971 – July 1st, 2022,

Mark Joseph Elsesser passed away on July 1st, 2022, from a lengthy illness.

He is survived by his partner Deb Whitley, Mother-Janet Stowe, Father-Joe Elsesser, Brother-Scott Elsesser and wife Michelle Elsesser, Nephew and Niece – Scotty Elsesser and Josie Elsesser. Aunts – Joyce Detharidge and Leona Nace and other family members. In addition, he leaves behind so many friends, associates, and customers that were near and dear to his heart.

Mark enlisted in the Navy at 17yrs of age and was medically discharged 3 months later. He owned his own business in construction remodeling and energy auditing. He was an avid reader, who soaked up knowledge on just about every subject. He loved to talk and debate on all subjects with everyone. He was a kind man, with a big heart.

The veterans’ associations were a passion of his and he helped out whenever and wherever he could. He will be missed by all whose lives he touched in one way or another.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a contribution to the American Cancer Society or your favorite charity.

There will be a visitation on Tuesday, July 19, 2022, from 7PM to 8PM at Morrell Funeral Home 124 W. Philadelphia Ave Boyertown, Pa 19512 with a memorial service to follow at 8PM. A  Celebration of Life will also be held at a later date.

5 Condolences
  1. We have been praying for you and keeping you close in heart and prayers. Mark was very special to us since we first met him in 1983.

    Sending heartfelt sympathies and condolences, prayers for your comfort and peace.

  2. I’m so.sorry for your loss Debbie. I’m here for you.
    I still remember playing with him at Souderton Motors on the Jack’s.
    He was fun. Love ya Debbie.

  3. My condolences grow out to Mark and his family unfortunately I will be in Ohio and cannot make his long time friend Roland Bayshore lives in North Carolina and would like to send a card to Debbie at Mark’s home in Boyertown do you have

  4. My sincerest condolences to the family. I cannot imagine the pain and suffering you feel, but please know there are people who care and are here for you. Donna Chambers

  5. We are so sorry for your loss our deepest condolences sending much love and prayers

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