Anthony Leo Marshall age 63 of Stone Mountain passed away October 31, 2018. He was preceded in death by his parents Leo Chestine Marshall and Frances Taylor Marshall and a brother, Stephen Marshall. Survivors include his daughter, Natalie Marshall Webb and her husband Michael, Statham, GA; sister, Joe Ann Marshall Allen and her husband Jere, Oxford, MS; former spouse, Susanne Limanni Marshall, Eatonton, GA; uncle, Bill Marshall and his wife Sara, Rome, GA; aunt Barbara Marshall Segrest; nieces, Patricia Paige Allen, Trina Marshall Hudson, Shea Marshall and Chasity Marshall Miller; nephew, Jeffrey Marshall Allen; numerous great nieces and great nephews. A memorial service will be held Saturday, November 10, 2018 at 1:00 PM at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. In lieu of flowers please make donations in Tony’s memory to the Humane Society or ASPCA or your favorite Animal Charity.

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  1. I knew Tony for 27 years, my late husband Don worked with him many years before that. The first day I met Tony & Sue I immediately became best friends to the both of them. Don always said Tony was the little brother he never had. I know they are in heaven right now laughing, talking about all the good times they shared. I will surely miss him.
    My deepest sympathy for you Natalie & Sue
    I love the both of you.

  2. Dear Sue and Natalie,

    Praying for you and your family during these days of loss. May God bring peace and comfort to your hearts.

  3. My deepest sympathies to you and Natalie Sue! May you both find peace and strength through your faith Jesus Christ! My prayers are with you both 🙏🙏

  4. Sue, we will always remember the good times with you guys when we were all in Aruba together. Also, the time you took us out on a tour of the lake when we visited you guys at your lake house.
    Our thoughts are with you and your daughter.

  5. Joe Ann this just breaks my heart. Your family has meant so much to our family for so so many years. My prayers are with you and your family at this time. Just remember nothing is ever lost if you know where it is. Much love to you.

  6. Joe Ann, so sorry to hear this news. Please know that I’m thinking of you and sending loving thoughts your way.

  7. So very sorry JoeAnn and your family for such a tragic loss. You all will be in our prayers. Much Love, Carol and Dave

  8. Sorry to hear the news of my friend Tony. My deepest sympathies to you and Natalie Sue! Our prayers are with you and your daughter.

  9. Sue and Natalie,
    I’m so sorry to learn of Tony’s passing. He will be remembered and missed by many people. I feel honored to have known him and to call him my friend. May God bless and keep you both .

  10. Dear Sue, Natalie and Michael, so sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. Although I didn’t see him often I do remember his sense of humor and hospitality when I visited with Tom and Chris. Keeping you in my prayers. Hope to see you in December😘

    Love,
    Pam Terzakis

  11. So sorry to hear of this. Ive known Tony since the 80s when he came to work in National Life office in Decatur on Rainbow Dr. I think we both earned our first leaders trip the same year and went to Palm Springs together. As two single guys, on a whim we ended up taking a plane to Los Angeles and had a unforgettable good time. I cant remember where the next trip was but I do remember Sue and Tony kept me under their wing as I was by myself. Then a year of two later with X wife #2, we spent a week in Maui with Sue and Tony and had a very large time. Ill never forget we actually drove down the side of a mountain with no roads to keep from going back on the Hanna high way. I always though of Tony as an exceptional person and it was a pleasure to have known both of you. Wish we had stayed more in touch. I know he will be missed. my prayers are with you.

  12. My deepest sympathy as a single parent myself with a daughter living at home, only having a short period of time to work with Tony at United, we hit it off! I could sincerely call him a friend. We always spoke often about our daughters and I can say especially how much he loved his, I am deeply saddened by this news. My prayers and love ❤️ from me and my daughter to yours especially go out at this time, that you may receive comfort and peace as we accept the loss that God has brought another one home.
    My sincerest condolences

  13. My deepest sympathy as a single parent myself with a daughter living at home, only having a short period of time to work with Tony at United, we hit it off! I could sincerely call him a friend. We always spoke often about our daughters and I can say especially how much he loved his, I am deeply saddened by this news. My prayers and love ❤️ from me and my daughter to yours especially go out at this time, that you may receive comfort and peace as we accept the loss that God has brought another one home.
    Sincerely

  14. Sue and Natalie, I’m sorry for your lost. I worked with Tony and he was so proud to be family man. He had pictures of y’all at his desk. Tony would always talk about Natalie and I could see how proud he was of his daughter. I enjoyed working with him and I was sorry to see him leave the company. Tony was will known and will be missed. My prayers go out to y’all.

  15. No heart can ever be prepared for the losses we confront suddenly. To your broken heart, from the bottom of mine, I wish you comfort and send my love.

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