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Robert C. Marshall

Robert C. Marshall

Robert C. Marshall, age 82, of the Sunset Home, died on January 8, 2019 in Blessing Hospital. He was born on October 11, 1936 in Quincy, IL the son of Robert & Marie (Knuffman) Marshall. Robert was married to Deanna Durbin Marshall for over 25 years. He worked for numerous years at Davis Cleaver. He also was a long time commercial fisherman.

Robert was of the Christian faith. His primary loves in life were being around family and friends telling stories, fishing and coffee.

He is survived by:
EIGHT CHILDREN: Debbie Marshall (Kenny Vahle) of Quincy; Jody Dodge of Bettendorf, IA; Donna Reardon of West Point, IL; Ricky Bauman and his wife Sarah of Quincy; Michelle Hull and her husband Roger of Barry, IL: Jason Bauman and his wife Heather of Liberty; Teresa Marshall of Quincy and Allyssa Brown also of Quincy.
Eight Siblings, numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and other relatives also survive.

Robert was preceded in death by his parents and one brother.

Memorial services will be held on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in the Luther Memorial Church. A luncheon is to follow the services. Cremation rites were accorded. Memorials may be made to the family. The Duker & Haugh Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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From:
Annabelle Tuter
West Point, IL
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You were a great grandpa. I remember all the stories you told me while I would cuddle in your lap. I love you and until we meet again!
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Jay Grawe
Quincy, IL
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What a pleasant man who will be missed! Jesus has gained another fisherman.
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Samantha may
Quincy, IL
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Ill miss you gramps
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Donna Spray
Quincy, IL
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Debbie and family Sorry for your loss. Love you Debbie!
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Tanya Jones
Quincy, IL
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I Love You So Much Uncle Bob, You Will Truly Be Missed And Loved Forever, I will always remember all the wonderful stories you had, and the wonderful talks we always had, I have so many memories I will always treasure, Love You Always Uncle Bob
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Angie Anderson
Quincy, IL
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Il never forget our trips to the corner candy store whrn I was little.and how i wouldn't let you leave without me ever. and you would never ever let me forget it either. Gonna miss you uncle bob. Wonderful man great stories and loved sitting down for coffee with on you at moms and hyvee