Mark Dwane Csader

07/09/1962 - 02/25/2017
Service Date: 03/04/2017
Service Time: 11:00 AM
Service Location: Bunker's Garden Chapel, 33 N. Centennial Way, Mesa, Arizona

Mark D. Csader, 54 passed away peacefully on February 25, 2017. 

He was a loving and generous son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend.  He is survived by his wife Annette, children April (Roger), Brian (Elisa) and William (Kaitlin), his six grandchildren, his parents Mike and Virginia Csader, and his three siblings, Michael (Wendy), Michelle Fenlason (Don) and Marvin (Laura).  He is also survived by his in-laws and numerous nieces and nephews. He was a loyal Boeing employee for 30 years who really loved his job.

Funeral services are Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 11 AM preceded by a visitation at 10 AM, at Bunker’s Garden Chapel, 33 N. Centennial Way in Mesa.

Condolences

  • God Speed! You were a friend and valued Team Mate. I always liked working with you. You will be missed, my friend! God Bless your family as they suffer this loss. I will see you again!

  • shawna peterson

    You were an amazing cousin one I knew I could always count on. I will cherish all the memories we have growing up. I love you and miss you!

  • You were an amazing team member for the Boeing – Fokker team and a great personality. With great memories I look back to your trips to The Netherlands where you made many friends at the Fokker company. You will be sorely missed. My condolences to your family.

  • Mark, thanks for all the good years being a fellow employee and the last few years, my cubical neighbor. 🙂 You were a great asset to the tooling department and your product knowledge was 2nd to none. You will be missed my friend, but I hope you have now found peace after your long hard fought fight against this awful disease. Since you’ve been gone from work, I too, have found out I have cancer. It’s a real life changing event that I don’t wish on anyone. God speed buddy and my condolences to your friends and family during this trying time.

  • My condolences to the family. I had worked with Mark for 6 years and I learned a lot from him. I respected his passionate arguments to ensure things were done correctly. He was very knowledgeable and a great person. Once I found out that he had cancer, it was a few weeks later my father discovered he had a very similar diagnosis so I would always ask how he was doing and we would chat about different treatment types and how things were going. I was in awe of the strength in his battle and how long he continued to work. When my dad passed 1/11 of this year, it made my heart break for Mark’s family as well. I was happy to find out he was still alive, but I also know how painful this disease is in the end. Although there is peace in knowing he will rest without pain, I wish the best to his family to look back and smile at how long he fought back so honorably.

  • Joan E. Malone

    Dearest Nephew,: I had the pleasure of watching you grow up, enjoyed our family outings together with so many great memories; remember the beautiful wedding you and Annette had with you in your service uniform; watched you and Annette fulfill your dreams of having a family and the enjoyment thereafter of loving your grandchildren and enjoying life.

    My biggest memory was the pleasure I always felt being around you and your family; and, the last thrill was sharing a ride with you in your new “blue bomb” and seeing the pleasure you received while behind the wheel!

    You lived your life to its fullest, but so sadly you were afflicted with that dreaded disease we all hate to hear about; but, God had other plans for you, as hard as it is to comprehend, but we know you’re in a better place and we will reunite one day, PTL!

    You are sorely missed and am so grateful to have been a part of your life! Your Aunt Joan

  • I was shocked by the message that Mark was no longer among us. I remember the good times we had together in the Netherlands during diner arrangements when Mark visited the Fokker company. My condolences to your family.

  • Joost Koopman

    You were always motivated to help. You were patience and friendly with everybody, no matter what. One of the reasons everybody loved you so much, here in the Netherlands. You will be missed and I will always remember you as a very good friend. Farewell buddy.
    My condolences to Annette and the family.

  • Popke Boonstra

    Good bye my friend, we worked as a team for several years, you were truly an amazing person with a lot of patience and the unique ability to simply explain your solution to any tooling problem. A valued member of the Boeing – Fokker team, you will be dearly missed.
    Farewell my friend. My condolences to your family and friends.

  • Its hard for me to say goodbye
    For all apparent reasons why
    Even though we all know it must be
    Each heart will someday stop the beat
    When the rhythm of life, and silence, finally meet
    Goodbye my friend.

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