Mark Roger Gansler

December 28, 1963 - July 17, 2013

Mark Roger Gansler

December 28, 1963 - July 17, 2013


Mark Roger Gansler passed away suddenly on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 near his home in Bellingham. Mark was born in Bellingham on December 28, 1963, to Pat (Anderson) and Marvin Gansler. He lived in Whatcom county most of his life.

Mark enjoyed the simple things in life-the sound of birds, the feel of the wind on his face. He taught us to slow down and notice and enjoy these things. Mark had a strong faith in the Lord; he touched many lives, and was loved by all who knew him. By giving the gift of being an organ and tissue donor, Mark will continue to touch the lives of many people.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Floyd and Vera Anderson of Sumas, and Elver and Alma Gansler of Everson, and his stepdad Ray Otten. Mark leaves behind his mom, Pat Fuller and her husband Gary of Post Falls, ID; dad Marvin Gansler of Everson; sister Mari Walker and husband Craig of Hayden, ID; brother Hung Gansler and wife Cindy of Bellingham; nieces Rachel and Sara Walker of Hayden, ID; nephews, Troy and Jesse Gansler of Bellingham; aunts and uncles, Roger and Kim Anderson of Everson, Charlotte and Warren Jensen of Oak Harbor, Sally Pagh of Anacortes, Don Gansler of Everson, Neil and Pat Gansler of Longview; numerous cousins; the staff at Evergreen Supported Living; his special friends from Evergreen Supported Living; and many loving friends.

Farewell Tribute Information

A celebration of Marks life will be held on Tuesday, July 23, at 1 PM, at Moles Farewell Tributes, 2465 Lakeway Drive in Bellingham. Donations Information

Memorials may be made to Evergreen Supported Living, 1970 Frasier St. #106, Bellingham, WA 98229, where Mark was a resident.

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12 responses to Mark Roger Gansler

  1. My Thoughts: For Mark, Pat and Gary,
    What is real? Real is the hole you leave behind in the lives of those who loved you. Real are the laughs that we remember when we think of you, Real is the time that we had and spent with you. And real is the sadness we feel now that those days are gone.

    Mark is missed, that is real.



  2. Mike Webb says:

    I was so sorry to learn of Mark passing as I read the paper today. It seems like such a short time ago that I had the privilege of being his teacher. I remember him as a very loving young boy, who like to laugh and giggle when he was teased. Mark was proud of his accomplishments, and at times I felt as if he was teaching me. We remember that he enjoyed our dogs when he came to visit at our home, and that he was a pleasure to be around. My prayers go out to your family at this sad time.

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