He said: “Mr Issa and his family are an inspiration to everybody in the town.
He left drama school in 1968, changing his name to Marc Zuber on the advice of his agent, and began his acting career in the theatre with seasons at Chester, Bolton, Richmond, the Shaw Theatre, London, and two years at the Royal Shakespeare Company.Peter spent time traveling back and forth to Japan working with Sharp Corporation to manufacture these products. In 2003 Peter was able to fulfill a lifetime dream and got his private pilot's license.He and Leslie bought their first airplane, a Piper Cherokee, on the 100th Anniversary of the Wright Brother's first flight that year.He got the rest of the discussions and wanted to be baptized but couldn't get permission from his parents to do that.He found a way months later to leave home so he could be baptized and join the LDS Church. Kimball challenged every worthy young man to serve a mission in the mid-70's, Peter, at 23 years of age, sold land he owned in Virginia, gave up a job as a medical photographer at Emory University and went on a mission to the Utah, Salt Lake City mission.They wrote while he served his mission and she finished her degree at Brigham Young University. During their time at BYU their first son Alec was born July 1980.
After five years of dating, they became engaged the evening he was released from his mission, March 20, 1979. Peter then attended Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York, and received a Bachelor's (1985) and Master's Degree in Imaging Science and Engineering (1989). Peter then worked at several start-up companies in the Atlanta, Georgia area: Colorocs Corporation, T/R Systems, and EFI.
in the Spring Creek 17th Ward, 760 North 400 East, Springville.
Friends may visit with the family Tuesday evening from – p.m.
at Walker Sanderson Funeral Home, 646 East 800 North, Orem.
Interment will be in East Lawn Memorial Hills Cemetery.
He was challenged to be baptized that night, and the mission president also told him he needed to get a haircut.