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Mark E. Wittig

April 7, 1994 - October 2, 2019

U.S. Veteran

Funeral Home Woodlawn Funeral Home, Cemetery, & Cremation

Cemetery Woodlawn Funeral Home, Cemetery, & Cremation

Celebration of Life

Woodlawn Funeral Home Chapel

5930 Mullen Rd. SE Lacey, WA 98503

Saturday, October 19th, 11:00am

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Posted by:
Kimberly A Drummer

Posted on:
January 24, 2020

This is a poem I found on Marky's instagram. I see how he liked it enough to post. It's beautiful.

Posted by:
Kimberly A Drummer

Posted on:
January 22, 2020

To my sweet Marky. It's been over 3 months now that you've been gone. I'm sorry to disappoint you but I'm not strong like you wanted us to be. I cry all the time for you. I miss you every second of everyday with every breath I take. I feel like I've lost my own child. Thank you for sending me your signs that you're around and o.k. when i really need them. Even Though I know you're in a better place and not in pain I miss you so much. I talk to you often and I hope you can hear me. Just try to understand that I will always miss you and always love you forever. I'll try to be stronger for you. Until I see you again, be happy my boy. I love you to the moon and back- Big Noona

Posted by:
John McWhirk

Posted on:
November 15, 2019

Mark..I am so thankful that you reached out to me on Facebook. For all the bad that Facebook brings, that was definitely a good point. At first, I had nonidea who you were..lol..then I saw that you were also a nephew to the man I most admire in this world. Knowing you were his family instantly made me feel you were part of mine. While technically we are not related, it felt like we were. I enjoyed the conversations we had and really had hoped we would meet some day. Rest in peace buddy. Love ya.

Posted by:
Bill Clark

Posted on:
November 15, 2019

Mark, during our many long rides to treatments to Seattle, we shared a lot and recalled older conversations both serious and funny. Through it all you never lost your will to fight. It broke my heart watching you go through chemo for hours on end, but I cold not allow you to see that. So when you seemed to be asleep I silently wept. More than once you asked \"Uncle Bill, do you think this cancer is going to kill me?\" My answer was always without hesitation, \"no\" I could never entertain the idea of a world without you in it. I prayed for God to take me instead, but, He must have bigger plans for you up there. You are now pain free and hanging with your Korean Grandma and my Mother, so you get the two foods you loved most, Korean and Italian. Ask my Mother to show you how to make real pasta sauce. You always knew Emo and I loved you like our own son and you also know how hard this Thanksgiving is going to be without you here, because we all know how you loved to come here and eat and socialize. Please know we will all be thing of you every day, but, especially on Thanksgiving. I love you more than you could ever imagine and look forward to seeing you again

Posted by:
Samantha Cobb

Posted on:
October 25, 2019

Dear Mark, I still can't believe your gone. I have looked at Tracie's and kimmie's facebook so many times and yours, waiting for somebody to say"just kidding,. I still remember when you fb video me we talked forever about everything korean food, relationships, work, and how I needed to move back to WA bc you wanted me to meet Isabella. Oh, the conversations we had, but it always ended with I love you. Unless, we were mad at each other. Haha, We got over it though. 🙂 I miss you already, but I'm so happy that your pain free, and doing what you want. I love you so very much. Come visit me anytime from heaven. I will see you again, Mark, someday! Love, Sammy

Posted by:
Dale Golder

Posted on:
October 15, 2019

What a fine young man & soldier. May his memory be eternal. Blessings to his family.

Posted by:
Kimmie Drummer

Posted on:
October 12, 2019

Marky. We miss you so much. Sometimes my heart feels like it's about to burst with sadness. But, some days I chuckle to myself with the funny memories of you. You were and are more like a son than a cousin to Marcus and I. We hope you know how very much we love you. Just knowing we'll see you again is what keeps me going. I know your up in Heaven cracking up the other Angel's. No more pain for you. Just peace, love and happiness. We are blessed to have had you in our lives no matter how short of time it was. I'll be talking to you often, thinking of you always and loving you forever. Love you to the moon and back- Big Noona (big sister in Korean)

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