Marek Stanislaw Voit

May 3, 1943September 4, 2020

Marek Stanislaw Voit was born on May 3, 1943 and passed away on September 4, 2020 and is under the care of Baldwin Fairchild at Chapel Hill.

Memorial Mass will be held on September 26, 2020 at 12:00 pm at Incarnation Catholic Church, 1515 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, FL. Committal Service will be held on September 26, 2020 at 4:00 pm at Chapel Hill Cemetery, 2400 Harrell Road, Orlando, FL.

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26 September

Memorial Mass

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Incarnation Catholic Church

1515 Edgewater Drive
Orlando, FL 32804

26 September

Committal Service

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Chapel Hill Cemetery

2400 Harrell Road
Orlando, FL 32817


Marek Stanislaw Voit

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James Snyder

September 15, 2020

Marek was not only one of the finest doctors I ever worked with, he was my friend. He and Barbara use to join Donna and I at the Iron Heart Cookoff each year in support of the American Heart Association and it was always a nice evening of food and drink. He was always compassionate and caring at the bedside and ready with some life advice for his colleagues away from the bedside. He was universally loved by nursing and medical staff. We have missed him being here At CFR since his retirement several years ago and now we mourn his passing. However, at the end of the day I celebrate his life and the influence he had on mine.


September 15, 2020

I knew Dr.Voit since 1997, he had a gentle and caring soul. May God give him high place in heaven.

Barbara Brown

September 14, 2020

Proud to be a family member of a man that in every way put others, particularly his family, first. There are no words to describe the lengths this man went to, to give them a safe and secure life from communism to freedom. My first memory of Marek & Basia was at 13 years of age, being sent from the UK (thinking I knew it all), to Poland for my summer holidays. Marek was a Dr looking after whole communities. I soon found out very quickly, that Marek had a fair but firm hand. We have laughed at my antics to avoid his measures to curtail my London teenage fun and frolics ever since. His visits to our home in London were always a delight, full of unexpected experiences, likewise Ray & my visits to Orlando. Fun, laughter, loud discussion - often controversial - interspersed with “occasional” ha ha… Vodka toasts will always be in our memory. His family meant everything to him and he used all his efforts and power in securing their future education and freedom. He was so much fun and cheer and will be greatly missed by us all.

Gabi Kazik Kurzydlowski

September 11, 2020

We treasure the memories of the times we spent together. Countless joint family vacations full of joy and laughter. So grateful for the last holiday in Cancun.
His spirit will be with us always.

Patti Rieder

September 11, 2020

I met Him through his wonderful daughter Maggie. Being friends through our faith at SMM ,and becoming “family”!He certainly knew how to be a host especially when visiting the house in the country!The parties , the food , ( and great cocktails!,..).and the fun times will never be forgotten.My husband being Eastern European loved to talk about old times and how they loved the USA,and how times have changed! He will be missed.

Kizzie Bowman

September 11, 2020

As a newly found member of the family I was nervous when I visited Florida.
However I will always have fond memories of meeting you & laughing so much. You were so welcoming and kind to me and I will never forgot our back and forth discussions on Facebook putting our strong opinions across about everything in the world.
I know you are watching over us all now from heaven
Kiz xxx ❤️


September 11, 2020

Marek Stanislaw Voit is my Dad and my rock. I love him more than I could have ever explained to him and I am grateful for all he has done for me, my family and countless others. He was a Catholic, a gentleman, a wonderful Doctor and most of all a Dad, Husband, Grandfather and an American. He would give anyone the shirt off his back, even when he knew many took advantage of him. He did the right thing and taught us to be independent, critical thinkers. He loved the Lord and my Mom, Barbara, and he wanted to ensure that his family was taken care of in all our needs. Please leave a message about my Dad as it will bring great comfort to my Mom. We will carry on his memory and will continue to pray for the repose of his soul.

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