Marcus Rene Horbachefsky 19, was called home on March 3rd 2019, after a fatal car collision.
Marcus is survived in life by his mother, Valerie Horbachefsky, his father Jason Horbachefsky, sister Natasha Horbachefsky, and sister Adriana Diaz. As well as the countless number of family and friends who were all too willing to love him. Marcus was born at Northwest Hospital in Tucson AZ. on December 8th 1999. To say that this young man was exceptional would be an understatement. He had an appreciation for all things beautiful in life and had a heart of gold. His loyalty was genuine and his compassion ran deep. He brought love and happiness to all who surrounded him. Marcus loved to fish, camp, and all things outdoors. He enjoyed movies, music, and video games. He loved football and was a beast on the field. #47 The Monster.
Marcus also had a love for great food that was unrivaled. He prepared countless fine meals with his father and used his talents to develop a work ethic that was admirable. While Marcus was born in Arizona, he called Albuquerque his home. He was all things 505. Hatch green Chile ran through his veins and he loved the balloons with the Sandia Mountains in the backdrop. Marcus had a full heart and was such a beautiful, kind, and compassionate soul. His smile could light the galaxy. Time will never heal the loss of such a beautiful young man, but find peace that he will live on in our hearts.
Please join us on Friday March 8, 2019. at Hankins & Whittington Funeral Home 1111 East BLVD. Charlotte NC. 28203 to honor him. There will be a viewing at 5pm to 7pm. The Service and Celebration of Life begins at 7. Saturday March 9th will be meeting back at Hankins and Whittington at 9 am for a procession that will take him to Evergreen Cemetery 4426 Central Ave. Charlotte NC 28205 to be laid to rest.