David Marcus “Marc” Blieden was born on December 16, 1943, in Beaumont, Texas. His parents were Dorothy Nesmith Blieden and William Blieden. He graduated from Peacock Military Academy in 1962. Marc passed away on September 11, 2020.
He is survived by his sister, Valry Blieden Tryer and her husband, Thomas Tryer, of Witchita Falls. There are nephews, cousins, family, friends, and “Kissing Kin” with whom he shared his life.
Marc’s love of God began early as his family participated in the beginning of Trinity United Methodist Church, a very place to Marc. Over the decades he was active in other congregations including Wesley United Methodist Church.
Also, dear to Marc’s heart were the military, police, firemen, and first responders. During this COVID-19 pandemic he helped to organize various groups to honor the hospital workers with a parade. He graduated from the Beaumont Citizen Police Academy. He especially enjoyed his activities with the Citizens in Action Unit.
Marc gladly helped in various political campaigns as he wanted the best for his community and nation.
Championing someone in need was his calling. He helped friends and strangers in many way: a trip to the store or airport, a phone call or even helping with fundraisers for individuals he had not met but were in need.
A lifelong resident of the Beaumont area, he touched countless lives and will be missed.
Memorial Contributions may be made to the organization which touches your heart.
Cremation arrangements for Mr. Blieden were handled through Broussard’s Crematorium, under the direction of Broussard’s, 2000 McFaddin Avenue, Beaumont.
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Broussard's Mortuary - McFaddin Avenue
Broussard's Mortuary - McFaddin Avenue
- 2000 mcfaddin avenue beaumont tx 77701
I am sorry of marc passing, My prayers are with the family, I was involved in the citizen police with him
Piper Noone Roberts
Rest In Peace Uncle Marc! You will be missed by so many
Marc, I will miss your phone calls, jokes and your caring heart â¤
Nancy Singleton Williams
I've known Marc for many years. He loved helping others and was respectful to everyone no matter their station in life or their circumstances. He had a kind and gentle spirit. He would never have believed the outpouring of love from his many friends.
RIP Marc. It was a pleasure to be your friend. Thanks for all your help to BPD and the Beaumont community..
the phone calls and sit downs with you brother will never be forgotten. Thank you for being a true American and looking out for the best interest in your community. You will be missed by many as you have impacted all of us in different ways. Rest east sir. It will not be the same without you.
Michael D Getz
Marc was a special friend and supporter. He wanted to see Beaumont grow into its potential and would call me frequently to ask what he could do to help. I will miss him greatly.
Kathy slack lewis
Marc was a very caring man. He will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace Marc.
I will miss his jokes, phone calls and many conversations we had. I will miss seeing him on the back row of our CPAAA meetings and the many times he helped me with our 50/50 drawings at meetings...RIP, my friend, you have earned your rest. Well done good and faithful servant.
You will surely be missed, dear friend. â¤ï¸
Marc was a gentleman and a scholar. He was always ready to help in every way. He will be missed. Go Thou in Peace Friend
Allison Nathan Getz
Mike and I cherished our friendship with Marc. He was supportive - our local community cheerleader. I always enjoyed his visits, at work, at home, on the campaign trail and throughout our city. He would always lend a helping hand and no one made a better hot dog! Our community was blessed with his life.
Kelli Peery Lindsey
I'am still asking why, you were the kindest man I know I will forever miss our phone calls and our laughs, Now I so wish I would have taken you up on that trip to Galveston for a fancy lunch, please watch over all of us my buddy
Beverly Barraque Boone
RIP Marc...you will be missed by so many people. You were always so kind, funny & always a smile or a big hug. Prayers to your family and many friends
You were my treasured friend. Fly high with the angels.
So hard to tell you how much you are missed already. Your passing was such a shock, although you have moved on to a much better place. Many friends and loved ones are still reeling from your abrupt departure, Marc you have left a mark on each of us and missed already. RIP my friend, know you were loved by all. Hugs and love my friend.
Prayers for Marcâ€˜s family and friends. He was definitely one of the good guys, and he will be missed.
I was blessed to have Marc in my life. RIP
Thank you for your kind thoughts and prayers. He loved his work with the citizen police.
I will miss you my friend. .
Will always remember his name arm welcome at Wesley United Church and those big bear hugs! Rest In Peace my friend!
I have called and called trying to find him and something told me to check the obits. I am so saddened to hear of his passing. I never got to meet him in person but he stepped into my life via chats when my dad died and kind of filled that void for me. He always picked on me and my son. He called him peanut. He was so very sweet. We had met over Facebook through a Hurricane group in 2016. He was a great friend and he loved people. He has been missed but Iâ€™m thankful that I know what happened. My condolences to the family and friends that knew him better than me. Love you Marc, you will be missed but never forgotten.
Vicky Jo Ferrell
Oh Marc. Sure do miss you these days. I pass Lexington and want to go back where I met you, neighbor. I will never forget you. Thanks for reaching out my favorite neighbor. Thank you for being my sweet sweet friend. You sure left a gap. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year ... in Heaven this time. I know you got some big ole wings carrying you now. Send me a feather now and then...
Arthur Wolf Peacock Military Academy
The Peacock Military Academy Alumni Association laments the passing of our dear Peacock Brother Marc. He was an exemplary man and he will be dearly missed by all. We will honor David Marcus Blieden at our next Alumni Reunion at our Gray Line Ceremony on the Peacock Campus. His name will be called on the Senior Terrace and fellow cadets will respond with "Here, Sir! For he will always be present in our hearts.