Marcus LaVerne Eisberner bravely ended his struggle with cancer at home in Seattle with his wife Cathy at his side. Not once during his battle with this disease did his courage or resolve lessen nor did he complain. He fought with the same stubborn attitude that was at his core being until his passing.

     Marcus was born second to Donald and Theresa Eisberner in Humbird, WI. He was a student of Humbird Elementary and Alma Center Lincoln High School, class of 1974. Marcus enlisted in the Air Force after graduation and moved to JBLM in Tacoma, WA. Seattle then became his home for the rest of his days. Marcus loved to travel, especially on his beloved Harley Davidson.

     An exceptional athlete, Marcus enjoyed playing a number of sports and was a Rabin Seahawk fan. Marcus was a “self-made man” with his aptitude for all things mechanical. Marcus owned A+ Storage and with loyal employees, operated it for over 25 years.

     Marcus was also a leader/officer in the Fraternal Orders of Eagles and the Jolly Rogers Motorcycle Club, enjoying the love and comradery of the fellow members of such. 

     Marcus is survived by his two children, Paul (Marcie) Eisberner of Puyallup, WA, and Amy (Matt) Jamieson of Phoenix, AZ; his wife, Cathy; grandchildren Ethan, Ann and Andrea Jamieson; siblings Kathy (Henry) Harasimowicz of Gig Harbor, WA, Christina (Terry) Collins and Lucas Eisberner of Humbird, WI; along with many nieces and nephews.

     Marcus was very proud to be known as “Iron Horse” – made of steel, powerful, strong and running free. President of Jolly Rogers MC, Seattle, WA, he surely felt such love, pride, acceptance and awe when his fellow members rode as his escorts for his last ride home from Sturgis. Marcus crossed the mystic river and rides in eternity.

     A celebration of life will be held at Fraternal Order of Eagles, White Center, Seattle, WA, Nov. 5, 2022.  

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