Mark Wierman

Date of Death: August 8, 2017
Allen Memorial Home
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Dr. Mark J. Wierman of Bellevue, NE, passed away on Tuesday, August 8, 2017, at the age of 62. Born in Syracuse and raised in Vestal, NY, Mark was a professor of computer science at Creighton University in Omaha for twenty-three years. He loved teaching, and was deeply devoted to his students’ success. He receivedContinue Reading

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Denise Austin Dorin left a message on August 21, 2017:
Beth and Family, So sorry to hear of your brother's passing. Sending heartfelt thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time. Denise Austin Dorin
Nancy Mattice left a message on August 21, 2017:
I am so so sad to hear that Mark has passed. We were friends since high School and shared an apartment when we were both students at SUNY Binghamton. What a nice, fun guy and good friend. I have so many special memories from those days. We got out of touch over the years, but i think of him often. My It sounds like he had a good and happy life, and that makes me happy. But way too short."Mook" was one of a kind. We had a lot of good times together, he somehow managed to be a brilliant student and a party animal at the same time! His name still comes up all the name when I'm telling stories of my crazy youth. Not just fun though, Mark was the kind of friend you could really talk to and confide in. I wish I had know in time to go to the calling hours, I'm less than 3 hours away. My deepest condolences to all of Mark's family and everyone who loved him.
Brad Koenen left a message on August 18, 2017:
Dr. Wierman was an outstanding professor who did not hesitate to lend me a hand with my studies. His confidence in his skills in computer science were inspiring, and convinced me to commit to my studies. The Creighton University community benefited trenendously from Mark's work, and he will be missed.
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