Mary Marshall

May 16, 1949March 24, 2020

Mary Marshall was born on May 16, 1949 in Washington, D.C. and passed away on March 24, 2020 in Merritt Island, Florida.


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Elaine Foster

March 29, 2020

Oh Walt, my deepest sympathies go out to you from the North! You and Mary were such an incredible couple! Dedicated to one another in a way that I have never seen! A true love the way that God intended it to be! Hold close those precious memories and find her in all of the day to day moments when the sun shines on your face, and the breeze kisses your cheeks! I will treasure the time that we all spent together at Disney, and how nice it was getting to know Mary better! We love you Walt, and are here for you! The night owl never leaves the perch. Mary is resting in the ARMS of Jesus, and I have no doubt, HE will hold her until you meet again! We love you and are keeping you in our prayers! Elaine

Paula Adams

March 28, 2020

Like Robin, I too did not know Walt's beautiful Mary personally, but have known Walter and the Marshall family since we were kids growing up across the street from each other. Walt, you and Mary shared a precious love story of 54 amazing years! What sweet memories you have, and they are forever. You've been a wonderful caring loving husband, and I know she dearly loved you for lovingly caring for her. Today she's well, whole, and healed. Praise God! My thoughts and prayers are with you for God's continued comfort, peace, love, and watchcare over you. God bless you...Paula

Dan and Joan Sheline

March 28, 2020

Dear Walt, though we didn't know Mary, your love and dedication to her spoke volumes. Our sympathies in your loss but knowing that we are all children of God and death is not the end. He will be our rock until we are all together for eternity. God's comfort and strength be with you.

Cindy Flowers

March 28, 2020

Thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family
God Bless. Lots of Love

Robin Thornton

March 28, 2020

I did not know Mary personally but have known Walt for a lifetime. I know that Walt and Mary shared a beautiful and long love and marriage. May your memories of Mary comfort you and sustain you through this difficult time. You were a wonderful, loving, caring and compassionate husband. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you.


March 28, 2020

Mary and I met in 1966 (our junior year of high school) at Bladensburg Senior High School, Bladensburg, Maryland.

After graduation Mary went on to start her working career at the Internal Revenue Service, where she met her two best friends (Bonnie and Linda) who still remain friends today. After working with the IRS for a spell, Mary worked for the Agency for International Development (AID). Mary later went on to work at the Department of State for the Assistant Legal Adviser of Foreign Affairs, the finished her working career at the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.

After completion of my military service in 1971, we planned our wedding which took place September 9, 1972. Our friends Bonnie and Linda were part of our wedding party.

We both retired in 2004 then moved to Florida in 2006, where we made our final home.

In retirement we traveled as often as possible. Cruising was one of Mary's favorite things to do. I estimate that we went on approximately 30 cruises during our time together. Now we will be planning our eternal cruise when we meet again.

Mary is survived by myself, two sisters Barbara Adair, and Patricia Ferrara, along with many nieces and nephews.


March 28, 2020

WALT, She was called home to live in eternal peace. No pain ,no sickness. Enjoy the memories for they are also every lasting. My condolence to you and your family and find strength knowing that you extended family within the chapter will always be there for you.

Bob Ericson

March 27, 2020

Walt - may you find peace and comfort during this trying time. Mary meant so much to you, and I know the feeling of loss and emptiness is overwhelming. Time will heal the heart, but the fond memories will forever be remembered.