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Marshall John Sandene

November 6, 1952April 18, 2019

Marshall John Sandene was born on November 6, 1952 and passed away on April 18, 2019.

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Bernard Hogan

May 2, 2019

Dottie & Family,

I had the privilege of working with Marshall at Lockheed Martin for almost 30 years. Marshall was one of the best problem solvers I have ever worked with. Marshall consistently solved the most difficult technical challenges and always made himself available to help others with their technical issues. Marshall’s outstanding information technology skills and positive “can do” attitude were inspirational to his Team. Please accept my deepest condolences for Marshall’s family and friends during this difficult time. My prayers are with you.

Bernie Hogan

Thomas Sandene

April 27, 2019

We are so sorry to hear the news about Marshall. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and families. I have a great memory of when he visited his Omaha cousins. I wish I could have spent a little more time with him. He will be missed and he will be remembered.

Brent Bowser

April 26, 2019

I, too, have worked closely with Marshall for many years, and he was one of the 3 or 4 of us left in our little group. We depended on Marshall for many things technical, but we will equally miss his wry sense of humor and helpful spirit. Like many others, he helped me on many occasions and he always prided himself on getting the job done right. I pray that as time passes, the pain of his loss will be replaced by many fond memories.

Richard Kurpiers

April 26, 2019

I have undoubtedly forgotten about more co-workers than I can readily remember during my span at Lockheed Martin. Marshall is one I've never forgotten and one I'm sure to remember for the rest of my life. I concur with all the previously mentioned sentiments about Marshall's warm personality, brilliance, and willingness to help those of us less talented to achieve our goals. Marshall and I spoke a few months ago about retirement and though a few years older than me, he was less thrilled about the idea than I am. He truly loved a challenge and he was happiest solving complex problems and applying the latest techniques and technologies to the task at hand. I have always marveled at his intelligence but even more so, his ability to never make you feel intimidated by his talents. He was by far, one of the good ones to inhabit the earth. He will be missed.

Kathi Moschos

April 25, 2019

Dottie,
Like many others, I too have worked with Marshall for over 30 years. Marshall will be remembered for his contagious smile and laugh. He could and would tackle any problem and work with you anytime he was asked. My favorite memory is when he turned his cubicle into an igloo with a cardboard roof, because of the freezing cold air vent right above his desk. Always finding a solution to any problem. He was counted on for so many things. His heart of gold will be missed by all.
Kathi & Mike Moschos

Peggy Hill

April 24, 2019

Dear Dottie, Family and friends,

I worked with Marshall for many years and he helped me with difficult problems more times than I can remember. He was very gracious about it. He was a brilliant man and I always told him I wish I had half of his brain power. I remember his charity bike rides. Anyone who knew him, knew that inside he was a kind, caring person; though he never let on. He left an indelible mark on the lives of many people and he is and will be missed. My deepest sympathies.


Peggy Hill

Don Drake

April 24, 2019

Dear Dottie and Family,
I worked with Marshall for several years and the thing I remember most about Marshall is he was always gracious when answering questions and he was never too busy to help when asked. Marshall always took the time to explain the reasons for why a particular solution would be the best and he always helped me to understand his reasoning. Marshall always guided me in providing a much more elegant solution than I initially thought possible. He helped me to analyze a problem much more thoroughly and I learned many valuable lessons from Marshall. He always took time to help and I appreciated his patience with me. I will always be grateful and thankful for the time we worked together. His untimely passing is a real loss to all who knew him.
May your precious memories of Marshall sustain you and your family through this difficult time.
Don Drake

James Arroyo

April 23, 2019

Dottie & Family,
Our prayers and thoughts are with your family. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Marshall for over 30 years. He was always in a great mood; cracking a joke or having a sarcastic comment and then spreading his unique and contagious laugh. He just had a way to make one feel good and brighten up anyone’s day. His humble personality made him very approachable to ask questions about new and current technology. I always considered him one of the smartest computer analyst at work and we're going to miss him and his unique smile.

James Arroyo & Family

John Miller

April 23, 2019

I am shocked and saddened. Marshall was one of the most likable people I have ever known. He will be missed.

Maria Davis

April 21, 2019

Dottie, Family & Friends:
I would like to express my heartfelt sympathy for the loss of a generous, kind, and marvelous man. The loss of Marshall will be felt by all of us. I will be praying that our sadness will become happy memories of Marshall and a life well lived.
Maria Davis & Family