Mark Dennis Moler passed peacefully at his home at 20432 Beaver Creek Road, Hagerstown, Maryland on March 5, 2020 at 2:34 am. as a result of a massive brain bleed 23 months prior and then had suffered another on February 29th.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, September 19, 1951 to the late B. Rita Moler and Robert L. Moler. Mark graduated from Williamsport High School in 1969. He was very proud that he put himself through college where he earned his Bachelor of Science from Frostburg State University in 1974, where he was the captain of the soccer and tennis team.
He went on to become the tennis pro at Woodhaven Racquet Club, Philadelphia, PA; Kingston Tennis Club, Kingston, PA; and Lehigh Country Club, Allentown, PA. He then opened the Hagerstown Tennis Club. He was a member of Fountainhead Country Club where he was Club Champion in Men’s Singles for 10 years. He was also a four time Maryland State Tennis Champion and played nationally for numerous years.
Mark was the owner of Moler Amusements, Potomac Property Management, Moler Properties and Moler Stump Grinding. Mark also created and patented Soccer-Golf.
He is survived by his wife, Kelly L. Moler and their twin sons, Mark K. Moler and Michael R. Moler, 18; his former wife Cynthia Sullivan and their daughter, Kelly Moler Glass and husband, Ben of Raleigh, NC; two sisters, Kathy Griemsmann and husband, Bill of Hagerstown and Michele Moler, of Greencastle, PA; three brothers, Gregory Moler and wife, Linda of Ohio, Patrick Moler and wife, Denise of Hagerstown and Scott Moler and wife Nikki of Martinsburg, WV; and beloved granddaughter Kenza Madison Glass, brother and sister-in laws, Ken and Bobbi Hilker and Karen and Will Ashwell; father and mother-in-law Tim and Donna McCoy; preceded by Mary-Jo McCoy; along with numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
The hole that never healed in Mark’s heart was being preceded in death by his dear brother Michael Stephen Moler, who passed tragically on June 10, 1971.
Mark was a generous contributor to many various charities. What gave Mark’s life its deepest purpose was helping others. Mark loved helping people reach their highest potential through work, fun games and laughter. He always had a joke to tell to keep spirits light; forgiveness was one of his greatest attributes. He helped numerous homeless or down on their luck men by employing them with odd jobs. If a friend needed a hand, he was the first to arrive --often times without needing asked.
Mark’s legacy is best summed by a dear friend who often said, “Mark had the heart of two lions.”
He deeply loved his family and friends, was fiercely competitive and always helped others.
A Celebration of Life is being held at the family residence at 20432 Beaver Creek Road, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740 on Saturday, April 25, 2020 at 2:00 pm. Where we will share food, laughter and memories.
In lieu of flowers, please contribute to Mark and Mike’s college fund payable to: Mark and Mike Moler College Fund Account, 20432 Beaver Creek Road, Hagerstown, MD 21740
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