Mark A Wheeler

August 28, 1975July 6, 2018

Mark Anthony Wheeler, 42, current resident of Seattle WA and long - time resident of Vancouver, WA passed away on July 6, 2018. Mark is survived by his parents, Alan and Deborah Wheeler; daughter Madi, brothers Nicholas and Brett Wheeler. He is preceded in death by his older brother Ryan Scott Wheeler. Mark attended Alabama State where he earned his Bachelor’s degree. He continued his education at Gonzaga Law School graduating in 2001 where he started his path as an Attorney. Mark’s competitive nature created a love for all sports. He followed Alabama State Roll Tide along with the Pittsburg Steelers with as much dedication. Family and friends will remember Mark in many ways. For his love of the coast, spending time fishing and clamming. Another is his love for bad 80’s movies and Chuck Norris Quotes. His enjoyment of music and attending concerts were passions of his. One of his favorite concerts was at the Gorge seeing Tom Petty but his love of the band Widespread Panic beat out all. Mark cherished his time with his daughter Madi, sharing his love of music with her creating memories of dancing and songs. A celebration of Mark’s life will be held on Sunday July 15, 2018, 10am at Vancouver Funeral Chapel.


  • Memorial Service Sunday, July 15, 2018

Mark A Wheeler

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Carol Gatewood

July 17, 2018

It is with much sadness that I read of Mark’s death. He was a high school and college friend of my son in Tuscaloosa. I’ll remember him fondly as I do the other two classmates of theirs who died much too young. My condolences to his family. God’s Peace, Carol Gatewood

Brian Gerst

July 15, 2018

Mark was an excellent advocate for his clients and he was fearless in court. I remember arguing opposite Mark up in Tacoma at the Washington Court of Appeals and Mark’s presentation was persuasive and passionate. He just loved to argue and he was very good at it! I remember it well because afterwards, we shared a meal and drink and quite a few laughs. I really appreciated Mark’s intellect and his fierce competitive nature. I’m really going to miss him.

Miguel Duran

July 13, 2018

I'd barely gotten a chance to know Mark, but I'll remember him for being incredibly friendly and helpful in the brief span we worked together; when I needed help with advice or legal research in trial, he'd jump in right away, thoughtfully, with what I needed. Even in a short amount of time, I can tell I missed out in not getting to know him more as a colleague and as a person. His energy and his laughter will be missed.

Mike Jolly

July 13, 2018

I never knew Mark as well as some others, but from the time I did know him he was one of the most genuinely friendliest guys I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Whether it was us rooting for opposite teams in the College Football Championship games, or our love for our respective football teams. It was always a pleasure to see his smiling face, and genuine personality. The world has lost a good man, may he never be forgotten. Godspeed brother. I will see you again.

Ann-Marie Korzen

July 13, 2018

Aunt Debbie & Uncle Scott,

I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of Mark. Thinking of both of you, Madi, Nick & Brett. Prayers ❤️

Sunie Mann

July 13, 2018

This guy was one of a kind... Smart, funny, and genuine. So many memories swirl around my head and they all end in a smile. I'm so sad he won't be here with us to watch his beautiful daughter grow, but I do know that he will always watch over her with that same beautifully crooked smile. I love this guy. I'm so sad he's gone. My love and prayers are with his parents, his loved ones, and especially with precious Madi.... ❤️