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.
He was most recently Department Chair of the Science and Maps Dept. Many nights he could be found in the garage fixing cars or woodworking. He was a Home Teacher, Bishop, Temple Worker, Gospel Doctrine and Institute Teacher, High Councilman, and most recently served as his Ward's Financial Clerk.
He greatly enjoyed working with his colleagues and BYU students. He shared movies and sports, making his family life-long Falcon fans; teaching his sons to repair cars or build computers or taking them camping and fishing or on actual and virtual vacations. He showed that holding the Priesthood was totally about service, and when he prayed, you felt he was personally speaking to his Father.
He felt his most important role was as a husband and father and loved his family with his whole heart.
He helped raise three sons who he said are the "finest men I know." He will be greatly missed by his wife, sons, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, and all who knew him.
Funeral Services will be Wednesday, March 29, 2017, 11 a.m.
Marc Zuber was born Zubair Ahmed Siddiqi on in Lucknow, India.