"Marlon was known as superman to his loved ones"
Marlon E Senter "Fast Lane" went to be with the lord on April 3rd, 2018. He was a selfless man that lived a good and promising life. Marlon was known as "SUPERMAN" to his loved ones, because there was nothing the we felt he could not do; nor tried to do for the well being and positive growth of his family. He would give the shirt off his back to a complete stranger, and help anyone in any way he could. Marlon always carried a smile on his face, no matter what life threw in his way. Marlon leaves behind his mother Joyce Senter, and a host of brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews, along with 5 children of his own, (Mercedes, Diamond, Brittany, Jasmine, and Marlon Jr. He also leaves behind 15 grand children that truly adore him.
On Tuesday, Family and Friends gathered at the Scioto River Bridge to celebrate the life of Marlon by participating in a balloon release. The support for Marlon and his family was overwhelming as people of all different walks of life came to support. From Motorcycle clubs, to Drag Racers, and people who crossed paths with Marlon at one point in time.
from the writer:
"Marlon was a great man, I had the pleasure of meeting him at Pacemakers Cash Days last year. The first time I saw Marlon I thought, wow that guy is strong, I wouldn't want to mess with him! After seeing his smile, and the way he carried himself I knew he was a good man. Marlon and I exchanged $100 the first day we met on a grudge race with the "NOS-S10" and Jimmy Lomax's Foxbody Mustang. He shook his head at me and smiled as he handed over the $100. Marlon loved racing, whether it was cars, motorcycles or racing on foot!"
Donate To The Fast Lane Funeral Fund:
Monday May 7th
Time: 1:00 pm
Place: 720 E Long St. Columbus, Ohio 43203