Mark J. Maurer

mark maurer

March 12, 1962 ~ December 21, 2022

Maurer, Mark age 60, of Mahwah NJ, formerly of Palisades Park, passed away on Wednesday December 21, 2022. He was most recently self-employed as a financial consultant in the areas of commercial financing and capital acquisition. Mark was well respected in his field and prior to being self-employed, he worked at various financial institutions holding many positions throughout his career including Sr. VP, First VP, and Executive VP.

Mark is survived by his son Colton Maurer, his parents Joseph & Carolyn Maurer, his siblings Maureen Sant Anna and her husband Michael, Joseph Maurer Jr. and his wife Kathy, Brian Maurer and his wife Kim, Keith Maurer and his wife Jennifer, and Kerri-Lynn Maurer. Mark was a cherished uncle to many nieces and nephews as well as grand nieces and nephews. He also leaves behind many longtime friends and colleagues.

A memorial mass to celebrate Mark’s life will be held on Saturday, January 7, 2023, at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Oradell, NJ at 10:00AM. If so desired, donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association or the Alzheimer's Association.


Memorial Mass: January 7, 2023 10:00 am - 11:00 am

St. Joseph's Roman Cahtolic Church
300 Elm Street
Oradell, NJ

View current weather.

Memories Timeline


  1. To the Maurer family, We are in shock as We just saw this.We shared our whole childhood, and our crazy teen years. Our families were one for a long time, living next store to each other in Pal . Park. So sorry for your loss. Mark Rip , Sincerely Donna, Charlie , Rose and family

  2. To Keith, Jenny, and the Maurer Family—We were so sad to hear about Marc’s passing. Marc, Jenny, and Keith are part of our Raffaele Pharmacy family. My dad (Bart) and uncle (Tony) had so many good times with Marc at the store. He was an integral part of the pharmacy during the time he worked there, and they were so proud of what he later accomplished in his career. Sending our love and prayers for peace during this very difficult time. May Marc Rest In Peace. Love, Linda, Alison, and the entire Raffaele Family

  3. Dear Maurer Family, especially Colton,
    I worked with Mark for a few years at an early time in both of our careers. He generously taught me about commercial lending and we became friends. When I remarked about his frequent, well deserved promotions, he said, "You know why they don't let donkeys go to school? Because nobody likes a wise ass!" 30 years later and I still use that joke and I remember him every time I make someone laugh using it. I am so sorry to hear of your loss and I hope you find peace with your memories of Mark.
    Diann J.

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle