Mark S. Weiss, age 53 passed away at his home. He is survived by his mother Betty (Hagler) Weiss, his wife Cindy (Schauster) Weiss, is son Christopher D. Ramsey and his wife Nicole, his daughter Jacqueline Mayfield, his brothers Terry and his wife Judy, Randy and his wife Terri, David and his wife Sandra, Bruce and his wife Theresa, his sisters Deb Glisson and her husband Denny and Jody Vankleef and her husband Peter. He is also surived by seven grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father. He grew up in Millersburg. He attended Pocahontas schools and graduated from Greenville High School in 1978. He went to work as a laborer after high school. He was an avid softball player and was involved in St. Jude's Bicathon for years. He was a member of The Labors International Union of North America Labor Local 397 Memorial contributions are suggested to The Weiss Family in care of Cindy Weiss

Service:

Saturday, November 30, 2013 at 10 AM

Greenville First Christian Church 1100 Killarney, Greenville, IL 62246



Visitation:

Friday, November 29, 2013 from 5-8 PM

Greenville First Christian Church 1100 Killarney. Greenville, IL 62246

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  1. we are so sorry for your loss. So young but at least he has no more suffering Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  2. To Randy Weiss & family. We are verysaddened to learn of Mark's passing. Our fellow brother/member Randy Weiss is a valued member of our Highland Optimist Club. On behalf of the club and all its members we want to express our deepest sympathies and condolences to Randy and his family.

  3. to cindy, rammer, and the rest of the weiss family, so sorry for your loss. back in my ol softball days there wasn't a better guy to hang around with or a greater person to become friends with. rip willard

  4. Mark was a genuine great guy, never seen him make an enemy, all through school and growing up partying at the Weiss pond, Mark was always so outgoing and friendly to everyone he met! My sincere condolences to his family and his many friends! RIP Willard, our loss is Heavens gain!

  5. My thoughts and prayers are with the Weiss family. Mark was a hard working contributing member of our Housing Team at SIUE when he joined us with our summer program. I especially appreciated his sense of humor and ability to get along well with everyone. My sincerest sympathy as a quality human being has now parted from us here on earth.

  6. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of Mark's family and friends. I am so glad I got to see him and tell him how much I loved my "3rd brother" before he passed. He was always good to me when I was growing up, so I'm glad that he got the chance to help Cyndi raise their kids and grandkids. He loved them so much. Since he was so giving and Christ-like, he has left us with many perfect examples of "What would Jesus do?" He is an inspiration to all of us.

  7. Jodi and Family…thinking of you all at this time…may the memories bring you smiles and surround you with the love Mark had for you! Sincerely, Cari and Family

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