Mark Edward Nesiba, 45, was received by our Lord and entered eternal life on June 13, 2009. Mark accepted the fulltime job in Heaven to watch over and protect his loving mother, Mrs. JoEllen Bowden; his four beautiful and intelligent daughters; Natasha Nesiba (16), Nicole Nesiba (14), Katrina Nesiba (8), and little Jessica Nesiba (4); his ex-wife of almost 16 years, Ms. Josephina R....

Mark Edward Nesiba, 45, was received by our Lord and entered eternal life on June 13, 2009. Mark accepted the fulltime job in Heaven to watch over and protect his loving mother, Mrs. JoEllen Bowden; his four beautiful and intelligent daughters; Natasha Nesiba (16), Nicole Nesiba (14), Katrina Nesiba (8), and little Jessica Nesiba (4); his ex-wife of almost 16 years, Ms. Josephina R. Estrada; his oldest brother Bruce Nesiba and wife, Yulonda, of Dothan, AL; his middle brother Scott Nesiba and wife Laura of Montgomery, AL; nephews, Patrick, Christopher, and Brandon Nesiba; nieces, Emily, Anna Marie and Isabella Nesiba; and aunts and uncles. Mark was preceded in death by his father, Irvin L. Nesiba, and his grandparents, Louis and Hilda Nesiba, and Fred and Vera Frandsen. Mark was born on December 26, 1963. After graduating from high school in Dothan, AL, he spent almost three years in the US Army where he worked as a weapons support radar repairer. He then earned an Associate's Degree in Arts and Sciences at NM Military Institute and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from NM State University. He began his professional engineering career at White Sands Missile Range (WSMR) working as a Co-Op for Raytheon and truly enjoyed working on the Patriot Missile. After that he worked for Aerotherm Corp. at the High Energy Laser Site Test Facility (HELSTF), and finally as a civilian for the Range Operations Directorate where he worked the majority of the time in the Flight Safety Office as a flight safety engineer, which required extensive detailed planning. Mark's total engineering career at WSMR lasted over 20 years. Mark's passion was playing with his girls, cooking for them, and catering to their needs. He also enjoyed spending time with his buddy, Edward Roy Tennent, whenever they went fishing, hunting (rabbit, quail, Oryx, deer, and elk), and trying to golf. Ed

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