OBITUARY

Edward Malcolm Marsh Jr.

November 5, 1984June 3, 2020

On Wednesday, June 3, 2020, Edward “Eddie” Malcolm Marsh, Jr. of Archdale, loving son, husband, and father, passed away at the age of 35.

Eddie was born on November 5, 1984 in Fort Knox, KY to Edward Malcolm Marsh, Sr., and Evelyn Marsh. Eddie was raised by his grandparents, Braxton and Hazel Greene of High Point, NC. Eddie was married to April Marsh and had a son, Shawn Marsh. Eddie also had two stepchildren, George and Michael Salamalekis, that he loved as his own.

Eddie loved people. He never met a stranger and was friends with many. He was known for his humor and lovable personality. To be around Eddie you knew that you would have a great time and there would be tons of laughter. He was a good man with a heart of gold that would do anything for anybody. Thank you to his closest friends Philip, Marty, and Nic for being his brothers from another mother. Thank you to his work family at Bonitz Company as he talked about you guys as if you all were his blood family.

Eddie was preceded in death by his grandfather, Braxton and his stepson George. He is survived by his wife April, his son Shawn and stepson Michael, his grandmother Hazel, his father Edward Sr., his mother Evelyn, his half sister Michelle, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews.

A private visitation will be held Saturday June 6, 2020 at Advantage Funeral & Cremation Services – Archdale at 11:00 am for friends and family to gather together.

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Brian Terry

June 6, 2020

My greatest memory of Eddie was we both lived in the same apartment complex and not to far was a bar we went in there and just sat and drank and just talked about the past and future. I'm really saddened about the news because a few months back me and him were supposed to meet up and do the same thing. RIP EDDIE

Shane Asbury

June 6, 2020

If anyone of you people from southwest guilford high school wants to talk to me hit me up on Google duo video chat app here's my Google email address aburyshane10@gmail.com please contact me if you can. 😥

Shane Asbury

June 5, 2020

We were friends since 4th through high school eddie was always a good friend whenever you have a problem there's Eddie always helps you out and when you are having a bad day he would find a way to make you laugh. So here's to you friend i loved you like a brother and I will see you again whenever it's my time. Goodbye my friend and brother in christ.

Philip Odell

June 5, 2020

Eddie Marsh was one of my best friends on earth. I will always remember how he made me feel so at ease and relaxed when we were hanging out. No judgement no bad vibes just down to kick it and laugh. We had so many inside jokes that will never be the same without him. In 7th grade when I started going to SW Eddie was one of the first people to talk to me and we became instant friends. I will always cherish the time we spent together. One of my favorite memory’s of Eddie was when he came to the beach with me and the family in 9th grade. Nonstop laughter nonstop fun. We would reminisce about that beach trip quite often and laugh about how young and dumb we were. I will remember that trip for the rest of my life. I love you Eddiebo. Rest In Peace brother. I’ll see you again on the other side.

James Hayes

June 5, 2020

Man I had just really became friends with Eddie through work, he was a great dude and fun to be with and work with. He made my day so much easier having someone to talk to. I was with him this past week at work and I am lost for words and super sad. I pray for the family and friends and coworkers. It's gone be different not having you at work. Eddie was telling me he had a job to do this weekend and wanted me to help, I'm gone miss not getting to kick it with you and I know your friends that you've known at Bonitz, way longer and better than you and me have known each other, will miss you man..I just meet you in the past year and I'm very sad, but I know your in a better place than us.. see you again some day my friend.

Dustin Gordon

June 5, 2020

My fondest memory of Eddie has to be, we where pumping a really difficult job in knee deep mud back in 2014. The superintendent wouldn’t let us put the machine on the gravel so we where making a huge mess. When the super came down to tell Eddie to turn the water off instead of making more mud he was upset that he had to walk through the mud and he was cleaning his boots when Eddie casually leaned and said very loudly “don’t get your boots dirty douche!” I have a ton more but that one was very funny and exactly who Eddie was. Get the job done but still have fun and love for the day kind of guy. We will miss him.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY