Star of David Memorial Gardens Cemetery & Funeral Chapel

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Marc Erik Weber

June 2, 1966June 25, 2020

Marc Erik Weber June 2, 1966-June 25, 2020

On June 25, 2020, Marc Erik Weber passed peacefully at home. He is survived by his wife Jennifer, son Zachary (11), daughter Cameron (21), father Donald (Vicki) Weber, mother Joan Weber Haus, brothers Keith (Andrea) Weber and Gregory (Alison Kliegman) Wersching, nephews Max and Anthony “AJ” Weber, and niece Hannah Kliegman-Wersching. He is also survived by many special cousins including Abbe Poznak, who was like a sister to him, and Matthew Apelbaum, who was more like a brother. Marc lived the first part of his life in Brooklyn, New York. Growing up on the beaches of Sea Gate, Brighton Beach, and Coney Island, Marc was the teenager everyone wanted to be around. People were drawn to him. He was the life of the party and the guy you looked to in a difficult situation. Marc used this charisma to become one of New York City’s best nightclub promoters while he worked his way through college and, later, the New York University College of Dentistry. Marc then moved to New Jersey and opened his first dental practice in Whitehouse. The success of that office prompted the opening of a second in Red Bank, New Jersey. Marc eventually sold his practices and moved to Wellington, Florida, with his wife, Jennifer, and son, Zachary, to be closer to family. To say that Marc Weber lived an existence that was larger than life would be an understatement. He had an insatiable thirst for adventure and a talent for trouble that led to experiences far surpassing his 54 years on this earth. Over the past few days, his family has recounted stories of Marc using his silver (or poison) tongue to gain access to places he should not have had access to, like concerts, nightclubs, wineries, and hotels, as well as to get thrown out of many of those same places—not to mention the dorm at Adelphi University and the NYC Parks Department.

In the early 2000’s, Marc met the woman who would eventually become his best friend and the love of his life. Jennifer understood him like no one else. His family saw Marc’s calm and peace when she was close. Jennifer was his caretaker, his champion, and his rock. With her love and support, they overcame many obstacles and weathered unimaginable storms, always emerging together as a team.

Marc’s daughter, Cami, will remember her dad as always knowing where the fun was. Whether it was Atlantis in the Bahamas, Broadway shows, or even Dylan’s Candy Bar in a limo, he always made sure he was in the “place to be.” Cami remembers having the best times together and she will cherish those times forever. Zachary’s favorite memories of Marc will be at sporting events. From professional hockey, basketball, and baseball, to Zach’s own Little League teams, this is where they were able to bond over their shared love of the excitement of the game. Throughout life’s successes and trials, Marc’s family remained his constant source of love and support, and his children were his pride. Celebrations and holiday gatherings were occasions for loud laughter, with Marc’s voice loudest among them all. Marc had a passion for history and politics that he shared with those around him, but none more so than with his greatest champion, confidant, and friend: his father. Marc was cherished and he was loved, as he is deeply missed.

We’ve included a slideshow here as a tribute to his memory: https://spark.adobe.com/video/MoN6rrjw3r5oF

Due to the current pandemic, please reach out to the family to schedule a visit to express condolences. Donations in Marc’s honor can be made to Jewish Family Services or another cause important to your heart.


  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, June 30, 2020


Marc Erik Weber

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Aviram Shmuley

July 6, 2020

I met Marc first day in college . We became instantly close and remained so throughout dental school. Many evenings we were studying together and sharing good laughs. Even tough our lives took us in very different directions I often thought about him and smiled. He was very special, kind and fun guy to be around. I find this hard to believe that he passed away so young. I will always miss him . Rest in peace my friend. Keep smiling and shining from above.

Norman Chesler

July 5, 2020

Dear Joan:
I was absolutely saddened to hear that Marc’s passing he was a great guy and I’ll always remember the many times he made us all laugh all his exploits I will remember marc’s gentle spirit and loving nature.
I’m sorry that I could not be there in person since I was not aware I was passing my spirit and prayers are with you and your family.
I will give you a call this week

Dr Norman Chesler

Mitchell weber

July 3, 2020

Dear Donnie,
I am very sorry to hear about the passing of your son. My dad called me yesterday to let me know.
Though I unfortunately did not have the opportunity to know him, I am sure he was a wonderful human being and his legacy will live on thru his wife and children.
My heart,thoughts and prayers go out to.you and your family in this time of sadness.



Brad and Ginny Eller

June 30, 2020

We are so shocked and saddened by the passing of our cousin Marc. We are all so proud of all of his many accomplishments during his short life. His memory and legacy shall be carried on through his beloved children and family. May God bless you all and may he rest in peace.
Love, Brad and Ginny