Stanley Marshall

Stanley George Marshall

Tuesday, May 11th, 1926 - Tuesday, January 19th, 2021
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With heavy hearts and profound sadness, we announce the death of Stanley George Marshall. Stanley passed away at the age of 94 in Newmarket, Ontario on January 19, 2021. He was born in Ituna, Saskatchewan, one of a family of ten, and grew up on his family’s farm. In his late teens, he moved to Toronto and began a brief courtship with the love of his life, Anne. They married in Orillia, Ontario on August 4, 1951 and enjoyed a 69 year long marriage together. During their marriage, Stanley built three different homes for his ever-growing family.

He was an extraordinary father, grandfather and great grandfather. He loved family gatherings and welcomed all guests with a wonderful sense of humour that always kept us entertained. Stanley was a physically active man and was always up for a good arm wrestle. He was extremely talented and always had multiple activities on the go like organic gardening, tree pruning, furniture building, and bowling. Stanley was also a very faithful and caring man who volunteered for many years at his church.

Stanley is survived by his wife Anne; his sons Rick and Brian; daughter Carrie and her husband Kelly; and daughter Nancy. He was the cherished grandfather of Matthew and his wife Dawn, John Paul and his wife Jessica, Megan, Christopher, Jeremy, Kathryn, Michael and Neil; and a loving great grandfather to Westin, Lacey, Jordyn and Juliet. He leaves behind his beloved siblings Sophie Obuch, Emily and her husband Ron Graham, and his many nieces and nephews who loved him dearly.

Stanley Marshall was our shining star, bringing us together, loving us unconditionally. We will remember him for his brilliant wit, caring nature, and hopeful spirit.

A private service will be held at the Marshall Funeral Home and a celebration of life will be planned for at a later date.
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Tony, Sarah, Jordan and Ariel Caruso

Posted at 08:47am
The Kinsman Family, Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

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The Sloan Family

Posted at 07:01pm
Dear Carrie, Kelly, Christopher and Katie, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Hoping that loving memories of your dad/grandad will sustain you.

3 trees were planted in the memory of Stanley Marshall

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Posted at 06:08pm
Stan's legacy lies in his children and grands. Trees are a fitting way to celebrate his influence on Matt, Jay, Meg, Neil and Michael. Much love.

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kelly kinsman

Posted at 09:57pm
I was always inspired by Stan's selflessness, patience and acceptance of others. I so enjoyed his sense of humour. Stan was the man who could make anyone feel welcome. Thank you for welcoming me into your family.

Katie Kinsman

Posted at 09:32pm
I feel truly blessed to be able to say that a man who touched so many people’s lives with his love and kindness was my grandpa. I have too many special memories with my grandpa to count, but when I reflect on them all, I am reminded that every one of those memories is grounded in feelings of being loved and welcomed. My grandpa always took the time to make me feel special and loved, whether that be by letting me pick carrots and peas to eat out of his garden, or by letting my dog Bailey jump up on the couch even though he didn’t think dogs should go on furniture. Every memory I have with my grandpa reminds me of how much he loved his family and how kind of a man he was. I will miss him more than words can express and I hope that I am able to carry on his legacy of love and kindness. I love you grandpa!

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