Fredolin Albert Marshall


On Thursday, September 18, 2014, Fredolin Albert Marshall passed away peacefully at the age of 78 years. He will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his wife of 54 years, Elizabeth Marshall and sister Adeline Scammel. His children Terry (Michelle) Marshall, Kelly Marshall, Shannon (John) Camp; Eight grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Fred was predeceased by his sister Blanche Marshall, his Father (George) and Mother (Marie Schwehr) and daughter-in-law Reta Marshall. Fred was born in Lloydminster, Alberta on January 29, 1936. He spent 20 years in the Canadian Armed Forces, stationed in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and Cold Lake, Alberta. Upon his retirement from the military he entered the Ministry and Pastored several churches until his retirement 2 years ago. He touched many lives in the military and in his Pastoral ministry. Because of his good nature and loving demeanor he will always be remembered for his hearty laugh and his genuine love for the Word of god; his faith never failing and his trust in the Lord never wavering. The celebration of his life service was held at the First United Church in Fort Saskatchewan, Wednesday September 24, 2014. In lieu of flowers the family had asked that donations be made to Abundant Life Crusades Box 578 Elk Point, Alberta T0A 1A0

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Isabelle Storey

To the Families of FRED MARSHALL–So sorry to hear of Fred’s passing. I will always have fond memories of FRED–his hearty laugh–being a good neighbour!!

My thoughts are with Betty and her family at this time.

With Love,

Isabelle Storey and Steve Storey

Joyce & Robert Hougham

To the families of Fred Marshall “Freddie” Grew up and went to the North Bend school where I had the please of teaching him in his early years. He was a bright,mischeivious little fellow, a delight to have in class. We were in touch over the years, and it was always good to have a visit and talk over old times. The last being in Aug. at the Fr. Butte museum pie festival. Joyce and I send our sincere sympathy to all, and may God bless.
Joyce and Bob Hougham box 144 Frenchman Butte Sk. som owo
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Linda Smith

Dear Betty and family, we were quite saddened to hear of Freds passing. We pray Gods loving touch of comfort embrace you and give you strength during this difficult time. I don’t think I’ll ever forget his laugh!! He was such a good, and godly man. With love, prayers, and hugs. Stephen & Linda Smith.

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