In Memoriam : Thomas Marshall

Thomas Marshall Thomas Barton Marshall - age: 66
(November 29, 1954 to June 13, 2021 )
Resident of Biddeford Pool, Maine

Visitation Information:
The family will be holding a memorial service in the fall.
For those wishing to make memorial contributions in his memory please consider the Biddeford Pool Yacht Club, PO Box 251, 15 Yates St, Biddeford Pool, Maine 04006 or the McArthur Library, 270 Main St, Biddeford, Maine 04005.
Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral home 365 Main St, Saco are entrusted with his services.

Biddeford Pool - Thomas Barton Marshall, 66, of First St. passed away Sunday June 13, 2021 at his residence after a brief illness. Tom was born in Denver, CO November 29, 1954 the son of Strother and Norma B. Marshall. After moving a few times while Strother served in the Air Force, the family settled in Claremont, NH, where Tom attended primary and secondary school.
Tom graduated from Stevens High School in Claremont in 1972. He then attended the University of New Hampshire majoring in Hospitality Management. Following graduation, he worked in the restaurant business travelling back and forth from Maine to Florida following the sea and sun.
Eventually settling permanently in Maine, Tom received a Masterís in Business Administration from the University of Southern Maine and later worked in sales and marketing in the seafood industry.
Tom spent many summers at Biddeford Pool throughout his childhood, finally relocating permanently to the area for the last 20 years. Tom was an avid member of the Biddeford Pool Yacht Club for many years, sailing and racing the family's Rhodes 18 sailboat. He enjoyed all types of boating, as well as reading, playing golf, and swimming in the ocean.
Toward the end of his life, Tom devoted much of his time to the care of his mother and aunt, fellow residents of Biddeford Pool, which was greatly appreciated by both.
Tom is survived by his mother, currently residing in Saco, a brother, Arthur Marshall and his wife Ellen of Bethel, Maine, 2 nieces and a nephew along with their spouses, and 4 grand nieces and nephews.

Pat Burke - June 18, 2021Contact this person Contact this person
So very sorry for your loss. My first knowledge of Tom was of a kitten he'd brought down from his home and left with your Mom who got away from her many years ago. We found the kitten shortly. Then, Tom moved the house next door to its current location. It was just last Saturday when I stopped in to ask for a neighborly favor for the Powers that I first saw the house from the doorway. Tom was feeling poorly and I urged him to go to the Emergency Room. He insisted he wanted to see his own doc and planned to see her on Monday. I am so very sorry for your loss. Tom was a fixture in the neighborhood. He was always about. When I saw him, he was missing prepping his boat for the upcoming season. Please accept our condolences and hold on to your memories of Tom. Surely caring for your Mom and aunt was something he treasured. His company will be such a loss for them.


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