Born:February 24, 1980

Passed Away:July 09, 2013

Location:Glendale, Arizona

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Mark Alan Schreyer

Mark Schreyer, 33 of Peoria, Arizona, passed away on July 9, 2013. Mark was born on February 24, 1980 in Riverside, California. Mark was a United States Army veteran who served as a Paratrooper in the 618th Engineer Company in the 82nd Airborne Division. Mark later would work in the mortgage industry for many years and took pride in working with his clients and real estate agents and his out going personality resulted in many close business and personal friendships. Mark was a kindhearted, generous, loving, energetic, fun-loving and creative son, brother, father, husband and friend. Mark had a strong faith in God, which supported him, his family and friends through difficult times.
Mark is survived by his wife Leanne of 13 years, sons Austin, Kyle, Justin and Blake and his little princess daughter Lexie. Mother, Ginny Stigen, Step-father Marc Stigen, brothers Mathew Schreyer and Rob Schreyer and sisters Sheri Osborn and Kathi Ridgeway. Also, many nieces, nephews as well as friends who considered him family. Mark’s love for his wife Leanne and their five beautiful children was unmatched and unending, which he demonstrated on a daily basis by providing his constant caring, loving and nurturing nature in supporting them through any ordeal or joyous occasion they experienced together.
Mark will be truly and lovingly missed by all those he touched in his brief life on this earth, but equally welcomed as he greets us in heaven.
Memorial services will be held Monday, July 22 at Christ Church of the Valley at 10:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers the family has requested that a donation be made to the Mark Schreyer Memorial Fund at any Wells Fargo bank location account # 9247698088.

Funeral Service

Monday, July 22, 2013 10:30 A.M.-11:30 A.M. Christ Church of the Valley 7007 West Happy Valley Road Peoria, Arizona 85383

 

Visitation

Sunday, July 21, 2013 @ 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Best Funeral Services 9380 West Peoria Avenue Peoria, Arizona 85345 623-486-1955

 

Graveside Service

July 22, 2013 @ 12:30 - 1:00 p.m. National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona 23029 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, Arizona 85024

 

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7 Memories to “Mark Alan Schreyer”

  1. Kathy Grayson & Ron Roman says:

    We are Ginny’s friends back in Oceanside CA and we just wanted to say that our hearts go out to the family after this terrible loss. We have grown children and young grandchildren too and just wanted to say that there is no mother, father, or grandparent who would not feel heartbroken after hearing this news. Leanne, we have not met you or your beautiful children, but maybe the hope for strength we and so many others are sending you right now will help you and the children somehow get through the days and weeks ahead. And Ginny, we hug you…

  2. Chris Hansn says:

    Mark was a close friend to me, and always felt like a brother, especially since I had lost my younger brother Curtis who passed away at age 30 from Lupus. Mark had a lot of the same medications and ailments that Curtis had, so I could relate to what he was going through at times.
    I have had a lot of good memories of Mark over the years, and he was genuinely a very good friend to have. It is such a shock that he is gone especially at such a young age. He was a very outgoing, and generous person, and will be missed very much. His love of family should be an example to us all.
    Sleep well my friend! Rest in Peace

  3. Sally Kristof says:

    Dear Ginny,
    I just recently met you at our office. Am sending you this note to let you know my heart goes out to you. I know what it is to lose a son, I lost a son also. The hurt is very deep and unless you have gone through it, no one quite understands. I am here for you if you ever need to talk. I wish you and your family peace. Know that Mark is with the Lord and has no more pain, that in itself is the thing that will get you through along with the love of your family and friends. Our God is always with us.

  4. Zach Nutt says:

    The first time I met Mark was at (AIT) Ft. Leonard Wood Mo. It was right before his graduation, and Mark and his class decided to raid our rooms at 1 a.m.. They pounded us with there pillows for about 10 min. Fortunately I got to serve in the same platoon as him. There are a lot of crazy and fun memories that we had, and I’ll never forget. Since that time, we became great friends and I love him like a brother. He will be missed, but never forgotten. !Airborne! Brother May you rest peacefully in the skies above us!

  5. Matthew Mason says:

    I had the honor of coaching Mark’s son Austin for NYS Football. Nothing got me through the season like Mark. His witty comments and antics soon created a great friendship between us. I never met a parent that was more proud of his sons abilities and always wanted the best for Austin. I assume in his daily life he was the same way for all his children. As a coach you are excited to work with a kid who’s parents would re-enforce what you have been teaching and Mark always listened to me. Maybe because he knew I knew what I was talking about. Which if you knew Mark if he didn’t agree with you, you would either feel it or hear it. I am deeply saddened by the loss of Mark and want the family to know if you ever need something I am here for all of you.

    Coach Matt Mason

  6. Joshua, Cassandra, Kathryn, and Taylor Ramsey says:

    There are truly no words to describe the losss that is felt by our family with Marks early passing. He was so much more than a friend of mine and my husbands. He was a constant figure in both our childrens lives. He helped us build what we hope will always be lasting friendships between our children. Mark and Leanne have always been friends we can come to with anything of any meausre who will do everything they can to help us. We are so truly greatful for their constant open arms. There are no words to explain the amount regret Josh and I carry in our hearts for not truly cherishing the value Mark was in our lives and not getting the chance to tell him that. Unfortunatley we made the mistake of not realizing how precious time is. We can only promise to him that we will always be here for Leann and his children for whatever they may need in his abcence, as we are both aware he would do for our family if this situation were reversed. We will truly miss our friend, never letting a day pass without remembering what he was to us.

  7. Jeremy Godinez says:

    I had the privilege of serving with Mark in the 82nd Airborne, 618th Engineer company. Since we were both from AZ we instantly bonded. I can still see his smile and blue eyes like it was yesterday. May God comfort and bless your family Mark. I just heard this news tonight and want you to know your Airborne brothers are thinking of you and yours. Airborne…

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