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Donald J. Marshall
September 3, 1959 ~ October 26, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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Donald J. Marshall, recent resident of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 64, passed away peacefully in his home on Thursday, October 26, 2023. Don was born in Albany, New York to the late Charles and Rosemary Marshall. Don graduated from Cardinal McClusky High School and after graduation enlisted in the Army. Don was retired from Lockheed Martin and more recently, Aces Corporation. Don loved to tell jokes and kept all of his family and friends entertained on a daily basis on Facebook. Don lived in Aurora, Colorado for 27 years and was a fan of the Colorado Rockies and Denver Broncos. Don really enjoyed the songs by John Denver and would sing along loudly whenever any of his songs were played. Everyone enjoyed visiting him at his home in Aurora because he always kept his beer refrigerator fully stocked. In the neighborhoods he lived in Colorado and most recently Myrtle Beach, Don was very well known by all his neighbors as you could count on him being on the front porch every afternoon with his beloved Great Pyrenees Rescue, Riggs, drinking a cold one.
Don is survived by his loving wife, Teresa, and his loving daughters, Jennifer Marshall of Aurora, Colorado and Jessica Marshall of Denver, Colorado. Don is the brother of the late Mary Seabridge, the late David (Gloria) Marshall, Nancy (late Bobby) Kenyon, Alma (Bob) Nicoletti, Gail (Ray) Guajardo and Cheryl Rennick. In addition to Riggs, he was the rescuer to his Great Pyrenees that have already passed over the rainbow bridge … Riley, Bailey and Murphy.
Pursuant to Don’s wishes, no service will be held in Myrtle Beach. At his request, his family will be spreading his ashes at a later date in Aspen, Colorado.