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Bill Marshall

Nov 20, 1949 - Jul 24, 2022

Bill Marshall, 72, Oconto Falls, died Sunday July 24, 2022 at home.  He was born November 20, 1949 in DePere to Raymond and Leone (Mrozinski) Marshall.  Bill grew up in DePere where he attended public schools.  He lived in the Green Bay area for most of his life where he was employed by the Wilbert Vault Company for many years and also made deliveries for Capelle Flowers.  After experiencing health issues, he had to retire and became a very private person.  At one time, he enjoyed boating and fishing.

Survivors are his two children, Shelly (Ted) Girtz, Abrams; Shawn (Kimberly) Marshall, Green Bay; five grandchildren, McKenna, Mitchell and Maguire Girtz, Skylar and Kiara Marshall; one great grandchild, Kierce Cohen; one brother, Robert (Bonnie) Marshall, Menominee, MI.

He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Barbara Marshall.

There will be no public services held.


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