Daniel Joseph Marx, Jr.

Jan 21, 1949 – Mar 29, 2006


Daniel Joseph MARX, Jr.

57, born January 21, 1949, died March 29, 2006. He is survived by his mother, Mary Helen Marx; of Seattle, sister Julie Potter Marx and husband Jim Potter, of Ferndale, Washington, brothers Bill Marx, of Seattle, and Warren Marx; of Ferndale, nieces Danaë and Debbie Potter, of Ferndale, and dear and special friend, Lisa Nyreen and her daughter Lindsey, of Seattle. He was preceded in death by his father, Daniel J. Marx, Sr., in 1998. Graduate of Rainier Beach High School in 1967 & Oregon Technical Institute in 1971. He was an engineer, employed at Boeing for 34 years. Lifetime member of the Pioneer Association of the State of Washington, Washington State Pacific International Trapshooters Association, and Amateur Trapshooters Association. Dan enjoyed competitive trap shooting with friends from all over the Northwest. Starting in 1977, Dan’s lifetime total target count was 181,000. Memorial Service, 11:00 AM, Friday, April 7, 2006 at Bonney-Watson Washington Memorial Funeral Home, 16445 International Blvd., SeaTac. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be sent to either of the following organizations. Please indicate that the donations are in Dan’s memory. WSPITA Youth Shooting Fund, Washington State Pacific International Trapshooter’s Association, PO Box 571 Port Orchard, WA 98366 or Operation Nightwatch, P.O. Box 21181 Seattle, WA 98111-9741.


Gary & Marlene Gasaway
Tacoma, WA
Apr 2, 2006

Enjoyed many good years of shooting with Dan.

Ferndale, WA
Apr 2, 2006

Tom Pratt
Ellensburg, WA
Apr 3, 2006

Appreciated Dans great shooting talent and accomplishments as well as his strong personal traits.

Tom and Wilma Pratt

John Glass
Olympia, WA
Apr 3, 2006

Dan will be remembered as a wonderful friend and great shooter. Our prayers are with the family.

John and Maxine

Mike & Sue Fraser
Renton, WA
Apr 4, 2006

Paine Field, Ljutic's, Kyoto's, Jack Daniels, sushi, champion, friend's. Oh ya.... always slow to the target!

Mike & Debby Arnestad
Tacoma, WA
Apr 10, 2006

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