Mark F. Veser passed away on September 22, 2021 at Lancaster General Hospital. He was 64 years old. He was the son of John and Trudy Veser who predeceased him.
He began his life in that same hospital and was a lifelong resident of Lancaster County. Mark spent his early years growing up in the country near Smoketown, Pa and was a 1975 graduate of Conestoga Valley High School.
He developed a keen interest in anything automotive and was an avid fan of the sport of racing with a special interest in Nascar. This led to a career as an auto mechanic at the Faulkner dealership where he worked until he was disabled by Multiple Sclerosis. He spent the rest of his life battling his disease and working hard for the MS Society raising money through the MS Walks. He was fiercely independent and proud of his heritage that valued self-reliance.
He is survived by his brother James and sister-in-law Rebecca and predeceased by another brother, John. He is also survived by his other family, the members, and brothers, of the Freewheelers motorcycle club where he was a charter member. Mark was always in search of a smile from the people whose lives he touched and will be missed by his friends, cousins, and family for his determination not to let MS define his life. Rest in peace Mark.
Services will be private at the convenience of the family.
Sallie Veser watson says
I didn’t get to know my cousin well but I know after reading the above that we would have become not only cousins but friends.
I offer my sincere sympathy to family and friends.
May the stars carry your sadness. May the fall foliage fill your heart with beauty and bring you peace.
With deepest sympathy,
Sallie Veser Watson
Melodee R Metz says
Rest In Peace Mark … You Are Free You Will Be Missed.
Melodee R Metz says
Rest In Peace Mark … You Are Free You Will Be Missed. Melodee Metz
Robert A Orris says
I just found out about Mark’s passing. We had been friends for many years. I too share the battle of dealing with multiple sclerosis. We lost touch at the beginning of the covid pandemic. Mark impressed me with always having a positive attitude. He set an example for me!
I am truly sorry for your loss.
Robot. A. Orris