OBITUARY

Dewey B. Marsh

May 10, 1920March 18, 2014

Burial arrangements under the direction of Hillcrest Memorial Park.

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Dewey B. Marsh

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March 26, 2014

He was always a wonderful uncle. My deepest condolences to the family. I am sorry that I couldn't be there in your time of need. I wish you all the best. Glenn,Kalie and Jamie Dillworth

Theresa Johnson Von Plinsky

March 25, 2014

My prayers and condolences for him and his loved ones. I miss him already even though I have faith he is in the peace and comfort of our Lord.

Stacey Gibson

March 25, 2014

Dewey brought so many happy moments to our lives and left us with a treasure trove of memories we could never forget. You are on our minds & in our prayers.

Linda Sheldon

March 25, 2014

My heartfelt condolences to both Mirian and Phyllis, my friends of long ago high school days. Always a nice man, no matter the circumstance and one of those parents who liked and was approachable by all his kids' friends. I also had the pleasure to work with Mr. Marsh at Friedman's when I was in high school. I know he'll be missed. Regards, Linda Sheldon

Jane O'rander

March 24, 2014

He was such a kind man and always had a
smile. He will be missed.

Clif & Shanna Seigworth

March 23, 2014

Dewey was always a joy to be around and to talk to. He was a true friend and will be greatly missed, but he is in a better place.

Bill Dillworth

March 22, 2014

What a wonderful man! He was always so loving & gentle to all people wheather you were a friend, family member or stranger. We all could take a lesson from this kind person. You'll be sadly missed.
Love,
Bill & Karen Dillworth

March 22, 2014

Mr.Marsh as I knew him growing up in south augusta as a kid was a true gentleman,mentor,friend he was the very first person that I worked for I used to ride my bike up to his watch shop and wash the windows he was also the very first person I would use as a reference and he also could teach you how to throw horseshoes, but mainly he was a true leader as a veteran in which I held great respect and also as someone that you could just cross the street and talk with, He will me missed but one thing for sure he is in a much better place and is healed and no longer in any pain my family will keep all of his family in prayers and keep in mind that his legacy and teachings and friendship will continue to live in all of us who was truly blessed by being lucky to have known him . Thank You Mr. Marsh from Mike Smith and family