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Mark Allen Metzger

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November 15, 1976 ~ May 30, 2021

Mark Allen Metzger, 44, a veteran of the United States Army, passed away Sunday, May 30, 2021, after a difficult battle to overcome a debilitating illness. Despite being taken from this world too soon, his loving heart left a beacon of light for all in the community.

Mark is survived by his wife, and his son, Evan Metzger, whom Mark loved dearly and was so proud of. And by his mother and sister.

Mark’s cheerful attitude and bright smile will be missed by his family, friends, and coworkers at VDOT where he was employed as an engineer for several years.

A graveside service will be held on Friday, June 4, 2021, at 11:00 AM at the Culpeper National Cemetery located at:

401 East Chandler ST, Culpeper, VA 22701.

Any flowers can be sent to the cemetery or directly to his wife and son at 43015 Daventry Sq, unit 303 Chantilly VA 20152

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  1. Eulogy of Mark Metzger-
    Hello, I am Bob Tjader. My son Erik and Mark have been best friends since early childhood. They have had many noteworthy escapades while growing up, which I am sure a book can be written about. Erik is in the Air Force and is currently stationed at Travis AFB in California. Erik returned home to visit Mark this past Saturday. Erik and his wife Alleigh have been close with Mark and Cristina, and during their younger years travelled together; two examples are trips to Portugal, Spain and Morocco, and another to Canada. Every time Erik returned to this area he and Mark got together.
    Growing up Mark was frequently in our house, so we got to know him well. Mark and Erik played together on the Sterling Youth Soccer Association Challenger travel team. Mark had a happy-go-lucky attitude. He was intelligent and had a desire to excel, particularly in the field of computers and computer systems.
    Erik and Alleigh looked forward to spending time with Mark and Cristina once he retired from the Air Force; now it will be the three of them. They will miss Mark; Erik will miss Mark; we all will miss Mark. Mark has left us much too soon.

  2. Hello, I am Bob Tjader. My son Erik and Mark have been best friends since early childhood. They have had many noteworthy escapades while growing up, which I am sure a book can be written about. Erik is in the Air Force and is currently stationed at Travis AFB in California. Erik returned home to visit Mark this past Saturday. Erik and his wife Alleigh have been close with Mark and Cristina, and during their younger years travelled together; two examples are trips to Portugal, Spain and Morocco, and another to Canada. Every time Erik returned to this area he and Mark got together.
    Growing up Mark was frequently in our house, so we got to know him well. Mark and Erik played together on the Sterling Youth Soccer Association Challenger travel team. Mark had a happy-go-lucky attitude. He was intelligent and had a desire to excel, particularly in the field of computers and computer systems.
    Erik and Alleigh looked forward to spending time with Mark and Cristina once he retired from the Air Force; now it will be the three of them. They will miss Mark; Erik will miss Mark; we all will miss Mark. Mark has left us much too soon.

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