Mark Brom was born in Moscow, Russia on July 23rd, 1941 during the 2nd World War. It was the first day when German forces started bombing the city, and from then on, his zest for life became apparent. Mark has survived bombings, hunger and evacuation. Once the war was over, Mark went to school for working children where he studied at night and worked at the factory during the day. He was so small that he had to use a stool to reach the equipment at the factory. Later he graduated from Plekhanov Institute with a Master's degree in economics. After his graduation, Mark started working at the Electric Drive Plant, where he had an amazing career. He started as a line employee and quickly advanced to the COO role. Everyone who's ever had an opportunity to meet Mark was always struck by his incredible personality and leadership skills. He was very generous and loved helping people. Mark was an exceptional conversationalist with a great sense of humor. People were always drawn to him and he was a master of building long-lasting relationships with people everywhere he went.
He had many interests: he loved riding his motorcycle, playing the trombone, participated in various comedy shows, and traveled the world. He was the biggest optimist and regardless of how bad the situation was, he never gave up. He loved life and always saw the best in people. Mark was an amazing husband, father, grandfather, and friend. There was nothing he wouldn't do for his family and friends. Mark passed on June 20th, 2021. He is survived by his son Dmitry, daughter Sofya and grandchildren Nikita, Ivan, Mariya and Jennifer, and his partner in life Yelizaveta.
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