Born On: May 14, 1972

Passed On: June 28, 2019

Mark E. Ebert

Mark E. Ebert, age 47 was born on May 14, 1972 in Chicago, Illinois to the late Leo J. and Maxine L. (Lane) Ebert and passed away at home on June 28, 2019. Mark is survived by three children, Rebecca (Timothy) Holtz, Peyton Spencer, and their mother, Cheri Spencer, Jacob Peterson; grandson, Za’ Karri Holtz; fiancé, Stacy Julian and daughter, Kaitlinn Greinke; siblings, Robert (Linda) Henry, Barbara (Clark) Faulkner, Anne (Mike) Webb, David Ebert; niece and nephew, Morgan and Daniel Ebert and their mother, Missy Velt Kamp; best friends, Bud and Brook Terryn, Duke and Cindy Snider; K-9 companion, Sophie. Mark worked for Sawyer Compressor of Hudsonville, and was formerly with, Supreme Machine. He loved sporting events and playing golf, along with being an avid Harley Rider. According to his wish’s cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life Gathering will be held on Saturday, July 20, 2019. Bikers meet at 11a.m. at Airline Bar (The Patio), 12 p.m.–3 p.m. at Pat’s Roadhouse. Come to celebrate Mark’s life and have sandwiches, chips, fruits, veggies, and grab a beer. 9:30 p.m. to set off Chinese lanterns – location TBD. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to the Kids Food Basket.

8 thoughts on “Mark E. Ebert

  1. Amy Meyer

    May you Rest In Peace now Mark!! No more pain or suffering. So glad I had those fun times in high school to remember.
    To Marks family I send my deepest condolences for God gained a good angel.
    May you find some comfort in the memories you had with him!!

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  2. A.J. Anielski

    Heartfelt condolences to Mark’s family. Mark was one of the campers at Ohio Grace Youth Camp I got to know many years ago. Take heart as Mark knew the Lord as his savior and will be waiting for you in heaven. Meanwhile, hold the memories close and each other closer. May God comfort you during this time.

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  3. Rob&Linda & Family

    Miss you babe,34yrs I knew you thru your older half brother n we shared some crazy times for sure! Know you,re no longer in pain so ride high n free brother,see you again in Heaven!!Love you brother!!!

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  4. Becky

    Dad, I’m holding your grandson right now and all I keep telling him is how much you love him. I miss you more than words can say. I wouldn’t have the things I have now without you. You have been such an amazing dad and grandpa. I firmly believe this is why I had my son early. So in your last days you could be the amazing grandpa you are. I had a beer for you at your benefit and I will definitely have one at your celebration. You are forever in my heart. ❤️ I love you so much. Rest in paradise.

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  5. Judy Sabec

    My heart is now forever broken int 4 pieces . Losing you is just like losing Trevor. Your amazing ability to bring someone out of a dark place. Your smile your love for Kaitlynn. The quiet way you spoke to her when she needed quidence . The potato gifts your are truly a blessing to this family
    My Girl Stacy I don’t have words sweetie. There are none. Know that I love you more than words can say.
    Love forever crazy Aunt Judy

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  6. Kristen Hinton

    I feel so lucky to have had the chance to get to know you but feel that we didn’t have enough time. Your sense of humor and love and dedication to family and friends is what made you so special! We will miss you brother! Ride free ❤

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  7. Susan

    Big Brother, You wi be forever loved and missed. Watch over the family with Daddy and Max. I’m sorry I didn’t visit sooner.

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  8. D. Hetrick

    Dear Family of Mark Ebert,
    I am so sorry for your loss. May God’s promise bring you comfort. There will be “a new earth… and He will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore… I am making all things new.” Revelation 21:1-5

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