Condolences for Wayne E. Marshall

Adam Crosley posted on 11/25/14

Aunt Patty, Steve, Brian and the entire Marshall Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of Uncle Wayne, particularly during this time of year, Thanksgiving. One Thanksgiving in Columbia during the mid 80s I had been courting my late wife Roxanne. I really wasn’t sure if I was going to marry her, but it was possible. After the usual family feast, during the afternoon Brian came up to me and said in a loud voice in front of the entire family, “Adam are you going to marry Roxanne?” I was silent. So was everyone else. All turned and looked at me for a reply. I think I mumbled something in the affirmative. Then Uncle Wayne stood up chuckling and said to Brian, “Well done Brian. I’ll give you your $20 later.” Everyone laughed. I can still hear Uncle Wayne’s laugh and feel his crusher handshake. I am thankful to have known him. God’s peace, Adam

 

Kyra posted on 11/21/14

Dear friends and family of Mr. Marshall, Please accept my condolences. Although I didn't know him personally, I know the pain of losing a loved one all too well. Often times when tragedy strikes we don't know where to turn to for comfort. I too didn't know where to go. I found comfort in the Bible. At Revelation 21:4 the Bible speaks of a time when the world will be a peaceful place with no sickness, pain, or death. Isn't that something amazing to look forward to? Again, please accept my condolences.

 

Kyra posted on 11/21/14

Dear friends and family of Mr. Marshall, Please accept my condolences. Although I didn't know him personally, I know the pain of losing a loved one all too well. Often times when tragedy strikes we don't know where to turn to for comfort. I too didn't know where to go. I found comfort in the Bible. At Revelation 21:4 the Bible speaks of a time when the world will be a peaceful place with no sickness, pain, or death. Isn't that something amazing to look forward to? Again, please accept my condolences.