Delano Mortuary


Monte W. Marshall

July 31, 1934April 24, 2021
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Monte W. Marshall, age 86, was born in Tulare, CA to Harold and Edwinna Marshall on July 31, 1934 and passed away on Saturday, April 24, 2021 in Delano, CA surrounded by his loved ones. He will be missed by all.

A visitation for Mr. Marshall will be held Friday, May 14, 2021 from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Delano Mortuary, 707 Browning Road, Delano, CA 93215. The following morning, Saturday, May 15, 2021 Pastor David Vivas Jr. will conduct funeral services at the World Harvest International Church, 925 Jefferson St., Delano, CA 93215 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. After which we will proceed to North Kern Cemetery District, 627 Austin St., Delano, CA 93215 for committal services as well as a military honors presentation.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Marshall family.

In lieu of flowers, The Marshall family has requested that donations be made to World Harvest International Church, Yosemite Conservancy, or the Greater Delano Area Youth Foundation in honor of Mr. Monte W. Marshall. Links may be found below.


  • Dr. Mylon Marshall, Son
  • Milan Marshall, Daughter
  • Rosa Marshall, Wife
  • Anthony Zuniga, Grandson
  • Michael Zuniga, Grandson
  • Shaun Marshall, Grandson
  • Anisa Marshall, Granddaughter
  • Taylor Shults, Grandson
  • Sherrill Marshall, Sister (deceased)
  • Harold Marshall, Father (deceased)
  • Edwinna (Clark) Marshall, Mother (deceased)

  • Mylon Marshall, Pallbearer
  • Shaun Marshall, Pallbearer
  • Anthony Zuniga, Pallbearer
  • Taylor Shults, Pallbearer
  • Michael Zuniga, Pallbearer
  • Steve Pavich, Pallbearer
  • Ruben Negrete, Honorary Pallbearer
  • George Granger, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Chuck Markham, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Buzz Goodman, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Steve Wilson, Honorary Pallbearer


15 May

Funeral Service

9:00 am

World Harvest International Church

925 Jefferson St.
Delano, CA 93215

15 May

Committal Service

11:00 am

North Kern Cemetery District

627 Austin St.
Delano, CA 93215

15 May

Celebration of Life

First Assemby of God

2222 9th Ave.
Delano, CA 93215

Immediately following Committal Service


  • Visitation

    Friday, May 14, 2021


Monte W. Marshall

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Esther Ketcherside ( Middleworth )

May 14, 2021

My sympathy goes out to Rosa Marshall and the family of Monte . I had the pleasure of working for Monte and his dad for 10 years at Marshall’s Pharmacy from 1969-1979
This was my first job at age 14 with no experience before this . I had the pleasure to know Harold and Edwinna and Monte and Mignon and their children Milan and Mylan
They were the nicest family and always there at the store to help the community with their rx needs day or night .I really enjoyed my time there and left the drug store after the birth of my first child in 1979. I was so blessed to know them and to have this job . I later joined bklsd memorial hospital pharmacy and worked for 30 years ......I appreciate the experience I was given at Marshall’s .I spoke with Milan over the years and had the pleasure of celebrating with Monte at his 82nd birthday . He was an amazing man and will truly be missed by all who knew him ❤️

Phillip Gillet

May 6, 2021

First met Monte at little league games, he was my brothers coach for rotary. Great guy.
RIP. Condolences to the family.

Tammy Dorsey-Silvestrini

May 6, 2021

A forever friend to my parents Jim & Helen Dorsey.

Kathy Rowsey

May 5, 2021

I first met the "Marshall" family when I moved to Delano in 2001 to assist in the start of a ministry to women who were abused physically and mentally. That move opened the door for me to meet Monte's daughter Milan Shults. Which in turn introduced me to her dad Monte. Over the next 10 years I was accepted as "part of this family" and always felt welcome at all family gatherings. Monte was more than generous not only to me but to the many souls who reached out to him. Countless times he would provide for the needs of those less fortunate with a kind attitude. He passed his gift of love and compassion on to His children and Grandchildren. That is the greatest legacy He could leave. Because he accepted Jesus as his savior, we will see him again in heaven. God Bless His Family! Love ya!!

Don Hiett

May 4, 2021

Hey Monte, wow!, did we not have a good time playing softball, partying and barbecuing! Aw, the good old days, I think of you often.
Condolences to your loved ones.
And hey, I'll be checking in on you!
---Don Hiett