Mark Joel Weitz
March 28, 1945 – July 30, 2018
Mark Joel Weitz, age 73, of Dayton, Ohio passed away on Monday July 30, 2018. Mark was born March 28, 1945 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Mark is survived by his wife, Roberta Weitz; daughter Dawn (Mike Balke) Weitz-Collegeville, PA; and son Craig (Nicci) Weitz-Chicago, Ill.; sister Marsha (Martin) Rotheim-Morganville, NJ and brother Steven Weitz (David Hoffman) -San Francisco, CA; grandson Jake Balke.
A funeral service will occur Thursday, August 2, 2018 1:00 PM at Bloomfield-Cooper Jewish Chapels, 44 Wilson Avenue, Manalapan, NJ 07726. A committal service will occur Thursday, August 2, 2018 at Beth Israel Cemetery, Woodbridge, NJ 07095.
The Period of Mourning will be observed at the residence of Martin and Marsha Rotheim as follows: Thursday following the burial, Thursday, Friday until the sabbath and Sunday.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in Mark's memory may be made to Leukemia-Lymphoma Society; and James Cancer Center c/o Ohio State University.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.bloomfieldcoopermanalapan.com for the Weitz family.
- Roberta Weitz, Wife
- Dawn (Mike Balke) Weitz-Collegeville, PA, Daughter
- Craig (Nicci) Weitz-Chicago, Ill., Son
- Marsha (Martin) Rotheim-Morganville, NJ, Sister
- Steven (David Hoffman) Weitz-San Francisco, CA), Brother
- Jake Balke, Grandson
- Leukemia-Lymphoma Society
- James Cancer Center c/o Ohio State University
- Funeral Service Thursday, August 2, 2018
- Committal Service
Mark Joel Weitz
September 21, 2018
Mark and I first met back in the early 80s while working at WPAFB in engineering. He was such a friendly guy who loved to laugh. He was always fun to work with. Recently, he had just joined the Engrg lunch bunch and enjoyed seeing others he had worked with. It was always good to see him. My condolences to the family.
August 4, 2018
We extend sincere condolences to Roberta and family. It’s hard to accept the loss of Mark after decades of close friendship. We remember with great affection all that we shared, going on cruises, out to dinners , lunches, bike rides, walks and just visiting. Mark was a man of many talents who could build, install or fix just about anything; and offered his help to friends and family on countless occasions. He will be greatly missed.
Carol & Art
August 4, 2018
Much love to the entire Weitz family. We all have great memories having grown up in the same close knit community in Dayton, and my memories of the Weitzes go way, way back, as far as I can remember. So we all feel this loss. Sending hugs and strength to everyone.
July 31, 2018
Hi Weitz Family... What a loss for all of us. My biggest impression is that "Mark did things right". Well thought out, well planned and always focused on the long term and on family. You are all a beautiful part of that legacy. It was a great pleasure to see him thrive in retirement. I particularly cherish and enjoy the planning and stories of terrific cruises to warm and sunny places; a lifestyle he worked hard to create for himself and for you, Roberta. I wish you every comfort possible. I know he is proud of every one of you.