Shawn A. Rexroad

September 13, 1968January 7, 2019

Shawn Anthony Rexroad, 50 of Shepherdstown, passed away January 7, 2019. Born September 13, 1968 in Petersburg, WV, he was the son of Susan Marker and the late Donald Rexroad. Shawn enjoyed most of all, his music. He had played guitar since the age of twelve and was in many bands throughout his years; music was his passion. He loved his cars, motorcycles, and being with nature. He was a happy, fun-loving, easy-going guy and will be sadly missed by all who loved him. He is survived by his mother, Susan Marker and her husband, Randy Marker ( Florida); two daughters: Christina Rexroad (Hagerstown) and Ashley Rexroad (Hedgesville); grandchildren: Hailey, Ashlynn, Victoria, Alexia, Alyssa, Cadance, Exzavier, Exzander, Guinevere, and Xena; his sister, Jenna Howard and her husband, Jeffery Howard (Huntington); and girlfriend, Tammy Lemley. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by grandparents: Vernon and Denver Bergdoll and John and Helen Rexroad; and his uncle, Johnny Rexroad. Friends will be received on Saturday, January 12, 2019 from 4-8pm at Rosedale Funeral Home.


  • Visitation Saturday, January 12, 2019

Shawn A. Rexroad

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Pete Gedon

January 14, 2019

When a man lies, he murders some part of the world
These are the pale deaths which men miscall their lives
All this I cannot bear to witness any longer
Cannot the kingdom of salvation take me home?

Bonnie Spates

January 13, 2019

RIP Shawn

Keith&Tammy Herald

January 12, 2019

This goes out to the daughters of Shaun we are so sorry for your loss. Shaun was a wonderful person we used to set with him while he played.We are grateful for the years of knowing him well over twenty years RIP dear freind.

Jason Martin

January 12, 2019

Shawn and I met 15-20years ago working together at Martin Distributing. We became fast friends. I will never forget how much he made me laugh and made the day much more enjoyable. My fiance Lorna and I started spending time outside of work with him riding motorcycles and going to hear him play guitar. She quickly saw what I saw in him, a decent person who was compassionate, and a lot of fun to be around. I will never forget him and will miss him dearly.

Shanna Williams

January 12, 2019

I’ve only known Shawn these past few years, thru my husband. They played guitars together. I remember his passion and his love for it. They could spend hours in his garage playing while Tammy and I would sit and listen. Every time they’d break from playing there was always a story about something they’d done together. It’s a great loss to all who knew Shawn. Because to know him was to love him.