In memory of
Marc Richard Barshatzky
In memory of
Marc Richard Barshatzky
Marc Richard Barshatzky, 67 Marc Richard Barshatzky, 67, a loving and devoted husband, father, and grandfather, died suddenly at home on Sunday, May 3, 2020. Marc was born in Brooklyn on August 13, 1952. He graduated from Staten Island Community College where he met his wife Donna (nee Demeo). After marrying in 1976, the pair moved to Staten Island. Marc spent over 40 years as a research scientist at the Institute for Basic Research where he helped isolate several different proteins to be used in potentially developing cures for many conditions, including Alzheimer's Disease. In his free time, Marc enjoyed many hobbies, including sports memorabilia, model trains, die-cast cars, and figurines. He was also a student of history, particularly of the Civil War, baseball, and hockey. He also enjoyed fishing and watching football, hockey, and classic movies and television shows, especially Westerns. He is survived and deeply missed by his loving family, including his wife, Donna, his two daughters, Taryn and Kristen, their husbands, Antonio and Peter, and his six grandsons, John, Nathaniel, Andrew, Grant, Landon, and Alexander. A life is like a garden, perfect moments can be had but not preserved, except in memory.
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In memory of
Marc Richard Barshatzky
Marc Richard Barshatzky, 67 Marc Richard Barshatzky, 67, a loving and devoted husband, father, and grandfather, died suddenly at home on Sunday, May 3, 2020. Marc was born in Brooklyn on August 13, 1952. He graduated from Staten Island Community College where he met his wife Donna (nee Demeo). After marrying in 1976, the pair moved to Staten Island. Marc spent over 40 years as a research scientist at the Institute for Basic Research where he helped isolate several different proteins to be used in potentially developing cures for many conditions, including Alzheimer's Disease. In his free time, Marc enjoyed many hobbies, including sports memorabilia, model trains, die-cast cars, and figurines. He was also a student of history, particularly of the Civil War, baseball, and hockey. He also enjoyed fishing and watching football, hockey, and classic movies and television shows, especially Westerns. He is survived and deeply missed by his loving family, including his wife, Donna, his two daughters, Taryn and Kristen, their husbands, Antonio and Peter, and his six grandsons, John, Nathaniel, Andrew, Grant, Landon, and Alexander. A life is like a garden, perfect moments can be had but not preserved, except in memory.
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