February 5, 1980 - July 19, 2017
Marcus Ferero 37 passed away on 7-19-17 after long fight with depression he choose suicide to stop his pain.
Marcus was born on 02-05-1980 And is a Portland native. Marcus was a lady’s man and a friend you would want to have. Family was everything to him and he always made sure his family knew how much he loved all of them, He was the biggest momma’ s boy and was very protective of his younger siblings he was the oldest of 5 and never held back on how proud he was of them, from his baby sister Lela graduating high school too his brother Michael serving our country in the Navy and when his brother Carl made him a uncle well let’s just say he loved his niece KK with all his heart and showed everyone how beautiful she is. He was a father who was very devoted and always involved himself in every detail of his daughter’s lives.
Marcus loved the simple things in life, from having family and friends over so he could have an excuse to BBQ, or just going and playing a few games of pool . He loved to fish and go camping and playing disc golf. This is what made him happy spending time with his family and friends. He was always there if you needed him for anything with a big smile and a hug you will feel forever. Marcus was a diehard Pittsburgh Steelers fan and in his eye’s they got a ring every year. Marcus loved to weld and anything he put his mind too he would always accomplished.
Marcus is survived by his daughters, Reanda and Gabriella, his parents Michaele Ferero and Anthony McDougald, his brothers Stephen, Carl and Michael and his baby sister Lela. His Grandparents, Al Ferero, Sr. Connie Ferero and Dianna Banks, his uncle’s Allen, Matt, Bruce, his Aunt’s Debbie & Jackie, lot’s of cousin’s.
If you or someone in your family are showing signs of depression you need to do something you need to speak up, you may not get another chance to tell him you love you them. People are here to help you fight your demons so you can live another day. From the Ferero family to yours Please get help, ask for help…
Suicide Prevention hotline 1-800-273-talk. Click HERE for their website.