Margo Reichlin posted on September 9, 2019
I worked with Marc at Boeing for several years. He was always a source of fun and unpredictably. After a great personal loss he was able to get me laughing when I did not think I was capable of laughing again. I thought of him as s dear friend and missed him when he moved back to Denver. My workplace e became much more boring without him. Although he was quite mysterious, I was very aware of his kind and loving heart. I’m sorry for your loss.

Tracy "Spoon" Smith posted on June 11, 2019
God Bless! May you rest in Peace! Love!

Barbara Leatherwood-Peteet posted on June 10, 2019
Marc, You were the kindest person I have ever known. So many memories. Memories of us playing Backgammon and Chinese Checkers. You were a worthy opponent but you had a hard time admitting or remembering, how many times I beat you! The times we played Chinese Checkers until we were both too tired to think. The myriad number of restaurants we went to and the endless hours we stayed there talking where the waiters were surely tired of us staying there. So many plans unrealized. Thoughts of of you will always be with me my friend.

Mark Cleveland posted on June 9, 2019
My condolences go out to the entire family. He will truly be missed.

Tonja Longshore posted on June 8, 2019
Marcellus M. Longshore.....he loved Lieberman's bakery, I think he actually had stock in that place. It was always his first stop when he went home. Some might not know this but he loved old school gospel music, Mahalia was one of his favorites. He loved dressing out of secondhand shops but looked like he stepped right out of a G-Q magazine. He loved his cowboy boots and jeans. Marc loved his family. He adored his grandbaby Harper. He didn't meet a stranger. He loved to talk, we all know he got it honestly from his dad lol. Marc will be missed by so many people from all different walks of life. He loved life and lived it his way! Marc lol I know I was your favorite sister Unequivocally. My heart has been so sad, but I know despite anything, I know where u are. Indiana University #49 and forever #21 Massillon Tiger! I know I will never hear my childhood nickname, the way only u could say it! Love u Big brother!

Kaylin posted on June 8, 2019
My prayers go out to all those grieving the loss they have experienced I hope this message of encouragement from Gods word provides you with comfort and encouragement from the Bible at Revelation 21:3,4

Warren k Bell II posted on June 8, 2019
My uncle Marc was so. easy to talk to about anything

Tracy posted on June 8, 2019
I'm sorry for the loss of your loved one may you find comfort in the words found at John 5:28,29 There's going to be a resurrection of the righteous and the unrighteous .

R.B. posted on June 8, 2019
Very sorry to hear about your loss. May you and your family gain comfort knowing that a time will soon come when you will be able to see your loved one again. (Acts 24:15)

Dena Bradley posted on June 7, 2019
My Sweet Nephew you will be missed. Love Aunt Dena & Uncle Jeff Bradley ❤