Frederick W. Marshall
Frederick W. "Fred" Marshall, 68 of Rushville passed away Friday January 17, 2020 in Indianapolis, IN. Fred was born on June 27, 1951 to the late Chez and Hazel (Bennett) Marshall Jr.
Fred was a 1969 graduate of Rushville Consolidated High School and a 1973 graduate of Hanover College with a Bachelors Degree in Arts. Fred worked as an Accountant for various businesses but his true passion was for acting. He was a professional actor and performed at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in 1973 and was an equity actor at Edyvean in Indianapolis. Fred was a member of Main Street Christian Church.
Fred is survived by 3 brothers, James T. Marshall and wife Kathy of Fishers, Chez Marshall III and wife Cheryl of Meridian, Idaho and John Marshall and wife Rosie of Lemoore, California, 2 sisters, Jane and husband Mike Naylor of West Lafayette and Maribeth and husband Paul Haulter of Avon.
In addition to his parents, Fred was preceded in death by 2 sisters, Sherill Lightmas and Deborah Lynn Marshall.
A memorial service will be held at 1 PM Wednesday, January 22, 2020 at Moster Mortuary, Rushville. Pastor Mike Naylor will preside. Friends are welcome to visit from 11 AM until the time of Service the same day at the mortuary.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Rush County Food Pantry or the Damien Center in Indianapolis.
Arrangements entrusted to Moster Mortuary.
Published on January 20, 2020

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Melissa Daubenspeck
Jan 23, 2020
Dear Marshall Family, I was thinking about all of you yesterday and I was so sorry to hear about Fred's passing. I have such fond and fun high school memories of Fred. My deepest sympathy to all of you and I will hold you in my prayers for months to come.
Jim Garretson
Jan 22, 2020
To all Fred's siblings my deepest condolences. I didn't find out about his passing until 10:00 today, and had no time to get to Rushville for his service. Please know for sure I would have been there. I remember Fred as a little boy. He was ten years younger than me and I can remember playing with him. He was so cute. Time is taking its toll on our families. Our parents are gone. I've lost both brothers and you've lost several of your crew. My best to you all. Jim, please give me a call soon.
Becky Merriman Gibbons
Jan 21, 2020
My sympathy and love to all of the Marshalls. My heart swells when I think of the reunion in heaven! Love to all...
michael hess
Jan 21, 2020
lived next door to the marshall's for several years. the entire family were good people. lots of memories eating green apples off the tree in their back yard. some tummy aches too. good memories
JOAN (Carmichael)GREEN
Jan 20, 2020
Family of Fred, I remember so many times at Main Street Christian Church, seeing your family as they were growing up; your dear Mother singing in the choir, Maribeth turning out to be a pretty girl, your living in that oh so big house on Morgan Street, your dad eating at the Park Restaurant and chatting with everyone.