Volusia Memorial Funeral Home

4815 Clyde Morris Blvd, Port Orange, FL


Marc Steven Reiss

February 2, 1948March 8, 2020

PORT ORANGE – Marc Steven Reiss, 72, formerly of Wadsworth, OH, passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 8, 2020. He is survived by his loving wife Amy of 41 years, his children, Stacy and Andrew (Caitlyn), his mother, Ethel, his sister, Karla (Ed), and his grandchildren, Owen and Emmett. He is preceded in death by father, Harold and sister, Shelly. Marc was employed by and retired from the US Postal Service. He and Amy relocated to Port Orange in 2008 to live out retirement in paradise. They spent much of their time travelling together and seeing the world. Marc was also an avid sports fan and news enthusiast. The TV was regularly tuned to Cleveland sports, the Tampa Bay Rays, Ohio State football, or any 24 hour news network, and he loved to engage those around him in conversation on those topics. Marc never met a stranger and will be missed dearly by family and friends alike. A private, graveside burial is planned for Friday, March 13, 2020. A Celebration of Life will be held with details to follow. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in Marc’s name to the Halifax Humane Society.


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Lou Kaplan

March 12, 2020

We were like long lost cousins, growing up. Our parents, and we kids, were close. We followed each other out of Brooklyn to Queens and then Long Island. I remember picnics at Hempstead Lake State Park. Had a ball. My condolences and Love, to Dobby, Karla and Ed, Amy and the Kids. Your picture is the Marc, I remember. RIP. Lou K

Bill Knepp

March 11, 2020

Amy was my co-worker and through her I was able to speak with Mark on several occasions.He was always fun to be around and very respectful. I remember Mark umpiring many of my softball games and he was very good at it. When he was challenged by a"softball guy" on a call Mark always stood his ground. Good man. My prayers for Amy and her family. RIP my friend!!