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Mark Lee Unterseher

April 25, 1956 - March 16, 2017


Mark Lee Unterseher was born in Ontario, Oregon on April 25, 1956 to Bill and Florence Unterseher.
Mark lived in Ontario, Pendleton, and Salem, Oregon and in Gaberone, Botswana, AFRICA. He graduated from South Salem High School in 1975. He served in the National Guard and he worked as a security guard.
Mark loved playing tennis and bowling.  He was an avid fan of 49ers football and WWE. He also loved being with his friends and family.

Mark is survived by his daughter, Brittanie Unterseher of Corvallis; his mother Florence Unterseher-Barker (Warren) of Salem; Sisters Dee Bingenheimer (Steve) of Albany; Jennifer McGirr of Quartz Hill, California; and Maria Hurley (Tim) of Albany; Brother Lonny Loiselle (Barbara) of Mesa, Arizona; Brother-in-law Rich Ramsey of Salem; and numerous nieces and nephews who he loved dearly.  Mark was preceded in death by his father Bill Unterseher, and his sister Maggie Ramsey.

A gathering of family and friends will be held at the Broadway Commons, 1300 Broadway NE, Salem on Monday, March 27th, 1:00-3:00pm.

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Florence and family, we want to express our sadness at the loss of Mark.  Mark's life was enriched by all of your love.  Many memories of the times here in the neighborhood.  You are all in our prayers. 



You guys are in my prayers. Love Kristen



Mark was a very caring and quiet person. He lived at the Capitol Plaza Apartments for many years. Since I also live in the same building, I knew Mark very well and also his family. He liked to play board games with some other residents. He was liked by everyone and will be missed. My sincere condolences are with his Mother, daughter and all his family.



Mark was a very important part of our lives.  He had so many health problems but took them in stride with a smile on his face. My first nephew, my sister's first child, my parent's first grandchild.  He was the light of our lives in 1956 and forward. He is out of pain now and I hope he has found the mansion Maggie is living in so they can get caught up on the past few years. I love you Mark, forever.
Aunt Ginny