Mark John Hiby

October 8, 1966 - December 5, 2015

10/08/1966 - 12/05/2015

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Service
Sunday December 13, 2015
2:00 pm

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Jeans and t-shirt attire is required. Please bring your own chair.

Mark John Hiby
Chesapeake – Mark John Hiby, 49 died December 5, 2015. Mark was born in Staten Island, NY to Elaine K. Hiby and the late George H. Hiby. He was a photographer, car enthusiast and mechanic, music lover, teller of bad puns and a pinball wizard. Mark was a member of the First Settlers Region Porsche Club of America and Tidewater Big Train Operators.
Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 26 years, Wendy C. Hiby; children, Crista Lane Hiby of Virginia Beach and Robert George Hiby of Chesapeake; mother, Elaine K. Hiby of Virginia Beach; maternal grandmother, Helen Kaufmann of Staten Island, NY; brother, Eric D. Hiby of Ballwin, MO; grandson, Nathaniel David Ewell; and a host of other family and friends.
The family will be celebrating Mark’s life on Sunday December 13 at 2:00 pm at his residence. Jeans and t-shirt attire is required. Please bring your own chair. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia or a charity of one’s choice. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.altmeyerfh.com.

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Brian
3 years ago

Listening to Pink Floyds the wall and thinking of you Mark.

Lynne Mcdermott Brahm
6 years ago

So sorry to hear of Marks passing. He was a sweet guy . Mark and I grew up together in New Providence, NJ. My condolences to his family.

Kim Lipp
6 years ago

Wendy, I’m so sorry for your loss. I didn’t know your husband, but I saw how your face would light up when you talked about him at work. God bless you and your family.

Yolanda Burden and family
6 years ago

Mark: You’ve gotta find the silver lining
Me: I don’t see one
Mark: Then we’ll have to make one …
Mark a truly remarkable man that it is my honor to have known. Wendy, I pray that you and your family can find comfort in knowing that we are all here for a season and that a piece of Mark lives on in each life that he’s touched. Thank you for sharing him. May GOD continue to bless and protect your family.

Jerry McCutcheon, Jr.
6 years ago

Mark was a gentle soul who cared about people – all people. He exemplified what it meant to be a caring person. He had a wonderful sense of humor and was simply a nice, giving person. I hadn’t seen him in several years; however, I will always remember his gentle, charitable nature. God bless Mark and his entire family.

Kathy Lindquist (HickoryElementary counselor)
6 years ago

Keeping you in my prayers .

Sarah Carlson
6 years ago

Our hearts go out to the family. With deepest sympathy. Sarah & Chuck Carlson.

Robert Davis
6 years ago

We will miss Mark’s cheerful presence, happy positive attitude, and wonderful friendship. We’ll see you Sunday!

Terry & Susan Bond
6 years ago

Anyone who loved old cars loved Mark. It was a subject we always had time for and I know that somewhere, even now, he is at a great car show taking pictures. We’ll miss him but trust that the family will follow in his footsteps – let the car clubs be your extended family forever.

Nick Cirillo
6 years ago

Every Tuesday afternoon at 3.30pm Mark would stop by my desk on his way to a meeting just to say “helloooo”. I will truly miss seeing him.