Published on November 22nd, 2016 | by Senchoo0
Mark Rasmussen founder of Airsoft Denmark passed away
Mark Rasmussen, the founder and CEO of Airsoft Denmark, has passed away.
It’s quite often people pass away too soon and it’s never fun. And for us in the airsoft community we usually can count the souls of the sport for our selves on the fingers on our hands. And when we need to pull one finger down it is always with a heavy heart.
I have followed his progress sporadically from time to time since he wrote so much and really loved the sport/hobby so he was always bound to appear in feeds. For not that long ago one of the big swedish names past away which was a guy i really looked up to for all his energy. And i can’t even really start to think about all the people Mark touched and inspired to do something different.
For that’s really what all this is about. Doing thing differently and not getting caught up in the monotonous things of every day things. It is never too late of trying something else and really pour your heart into it. And if the flame ever dies out it’s totally okey to do something else for a while to see if the fire has caught up a bit.
If you still don’t know what he did please check out his website and facebook and share some love.
The brightest stars tend to burn out first.
As you probably know by now Mark Rasmussen, founder and CEO of Airsoft Denmark suffered a cardiac arrest and passed away on the 20th of November. Loved by those who knew him and respected by everybody in the airsoft community across the world. He will always be remembered as a true fair player, a visionary and firebrand.
Our thoughts are with Mark’s family and his girlfriend.
The rest of the Airsoft Denmark team is also in the process of grieving and dealing with this huge loss. We promise to keep you as updated as we can, but we ask for your patience and understanding in these times of grief. As of the funeral we don’t know when and where, but we will update you as soon as we know. Airsoft Denmark will not shut down but it will be a lot more quiet than usual in the days to come.
Thank you Mark. Even though i will never be able to talk to you. I know you did good.