it is with great sadness that my father and I pass on the news of the unexpected passing of Mark Fleischhacker. He will be greatly missed by the Model T community.. Theresa and his family are in our thoughts and prayers. We will update this thread when were hear of any funeral arrangements. James & Bob Zabala.
Very sorry to hear this our prayers go out to the family, Bob
My prayers are with the family. He will be missed. I enjoyed visiting with him at Chickasha.
Very, very sorry to hear this. I spoke to him on the phone many times about his rebuilt coils and he always impressed me with his knowledge....and patience.
My prayers for his family.
I have known Mark for 50 years and knew his father and have met his brothers. Mark was a great business person and ran the family medical business, Lake Region that his father developed. His father worked for Smith Co for 30 years before stating Lake Region. We knew the owner of Smith Co, Elmer Smith. Mark took over the rebuilding of Model T Ford field coils and developed devices to rebuild t he coils. He was a friendly and kind person and held open houses at his "Man Cave" several times in recent years.Before that he held several at his home. He was a good friend.
My condolences go out to his family. Mark was a great guy and a very positive influence in the Model T hobby. He will be missed.
Sorry for the loss of a great father and Model T community leader. He was always there to help.
I just heard about this a short time ago. Mark was just a gentle man that was always helpful and a guy that pitched in to do his part in whatever task he was called upon to perform. He was a team player and will be greatly missed. My condolences and prayers and that of my family go out to Mark's family.
I have known him through our business for many years. I had many conversations about centerless grinders which he used at Lake Region. I will miss him greatly as we often talked about Model Tís and grinding machines at Hershey since he sold his business a number of years back.
My best goes out to his family.
John Memmelaar Sr and John Memmelaar Jr and the entire Royal Master Grinders family.
A true gentleman. Had the privilege to speak with him some years back when we were both board members of MTFCI. Truly an impressive, yet very humble man. Rest in peace...
Mark was a friend and will be missed dearly by everyone in the antique car community.
Good evening all- we spoke with Marks daughter this afternoon and the arrangements are below. Best, James & Bob
Wake and funeral will both be at:
Church of St Therese
18323 Minnetonka Blvd.
Deephaven, MN 55391
Wake: Wednesday, August 1st, 5PM-8PM
Funeral: Thursday, August 2nd, 11AM
In lieu of flowers the family is asking for donations to be made in Marks name to the St Therese church.
We are so very sorry for your loss Theresa and family. Mark was such a great man and always had a smile on his face. he will be missed in the Model T family. Dean and Emily
Sorry for the loss to the family.