In memory of
Mark L. Eshenaur Sr.
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In memory of
Mark L. Eshenaur Sr.
Mark L. Eshenaur Sr. (Pop Pop), 95 passed away peacefully under Hospice Care March 3, 2019. Mark was born in Harrisburg, Pa.. He graduated from John Harris High School. Mark enlisted in the Army in 1943 as an airplane engine mechanic during World Wat II. Upon discharge Mark enrolled in carpentry school. Mark learned to construct everything from furniture to houses. Mark met the love of his life, Claire and were married in 1947. Eventually Mark got into the electronics field where he eventually became an Industrial Electronics Engineer for the government. Upon retiring Mark and Claire moved to Florida where Mark enjoyed playing tennis, being Mr. Fix-it for his kids and playing with his Grandsons and Grand dogs. Mark was predeceased by his wife Claire of 64 years and son Mark Jr. (Pam). He is survived by daughter Jill Hutchinson (Jim), Grandsons PJ Blake (Nadine) and Tim Rice (Aimee). Great Grandchildren Paige, Patrick and Knox Blake as well as Grand dogs Hendrix and Piper. Grandson Tim Rice once composed "Pop Pop's Tool Box of Life Lessons": • Hitting the tennis ball harder than your opponent doesn't mean you win. Work harder play smarter. Power + no control = chasing many furry green balls in the bushes • If something stops working properly this is an opportunity for learning. Try to fix it before buying another one. It's already broken, and you can't break it twice…take a wack at it. • Having a dog is a big responsibility. They need at least one good walk daily. The more time you spend with your dog will be given back by the dog twofold. • Holidays are for family and great food. • The most important lesson of all is that nothing is as important than the love of your spouse. There is nothing more wonderful than to love and be loved in return. Mark spent his last "best" day hanging out at a "guys day" outing with Great Grandsons Patrick and Knox. He had a great lunch followed by his favorite… a banana split. He said it was such a great day as reflected in the above photo. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to your local Humane Society. Arrangements are under the careful direction of Lohman Funeral Home Ormond. A future military service will be held at the Cape Canaveral Military Cemetery. Condolences may be shared with the family at www.lohmanfuneralhomes.com www.pennlive.com/obits
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In memory of
Mark L. Eshenaur Sr.
Mark L. Eshenaur Sr. (Pop Pop), 95 passed away peacefully under Hospice Care March 3, 2019. Mark was born in Harrisburg, Pa.. He graduated from John Harris High School. Mark enlisted in the Army in 1943 as an airplane engine mechanic during World Wat II. Upon discharge Mark enrolled in carpentry school. Mark learned to construct everything from furniture to houses. Mark met the love of his life, Claire and were married in 1947. Eventually Mark got into the electronics field where he eventually became an Industrial Electronics Engineer for the government. Upon retiring Mark and Claire moved to Florida where Mark enjoyed playing tennis, being Mr. Fix-it for his kids and playing with his Grandsons and Grand dogs. Mark was predeceased by his wife Claire of 64 years and son Mark Jr. (Pam). He is survived by daughter Jill Hutchinson (Jim), Grandsons PJ Blake (Nadine) and Tim Rice (Aimee). Great Grandchildren Paige, Patrick and Knox Blake as well as Grand dogs Hendrix and Piper. Grandson Tim Rice once composed "Pop Pop's Tool Box of Life Lessons": • Hitting the tennis ball harder than your opponent doesn't mean you win. Work harder play smarter. Power + no control = chasing many furry green balls in the bushes • If something stops working properly this is an opportunity for learning. Try to fix it before buying another one. It's already broken, and you can't break it twice…take a wack at it. • Having a dog is a big responsibility. They need at least one good walk daily. The more time you spend with your dog will be given back by the dog twofold. • Holidays are for family and great food. • The most important lesson of all is that nothing is as important than the love of your spouse. There is nothing more wonderful than to love and be loved in return. Mark spent his last "best" day hanging out at a "guys day" outing with Great Grandsons Patrick and Knox. He had a great lunch followed by his favorite… a banana split. He said it was such a great day as reflected in the above photo. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to your local Humane Society. Arrangements are under the careful direction of Lohman Funeral Home Ormond. A future military service will be held at the Cape Canaveral Military Cemetery. Condolences may be shared with the family at www.lohmanfuneralhomes.com www.pennlive.com/obits
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733 W. Granada Blvd.
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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