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Wesley Marshall

Wesley F Marshall

Friday, April 28th, 1950 - Tuesday, December 17th, 2019
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WESLEY F. MARSHALL
CAMDEN………..Wesley Frank Marshall, 69, of Camden passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on December 17, 2019, at Lahey Medical Center in Burlington, MA, after an extended illness. Born in Camden on April 28, 1950, he was the son of Herbert and Carolyn Candage Marshall and was a 1969 graduate of Camden-Rockport High School.
Wesley spent many years on boats, scalloping, lobstering, and sword fishing, and over 25 years as a delivery driver for Viking Lumber.
Wes was known for his sarcasm and rarely called you by your given name, instead using one that he made up for you. He loved his dogs, Golden Retrievers and Newfoundlands, and took them for daily walks on the trails of Ragged Mountain in his back yard, always meeting special friends along the way. Wes loved the outdoors, and spent his summers fishing off Fang Island at the family camp on Megunticook Lake. Fall was for hunting and winter was for ice fishing and snowmobiling.
The family is very grateful to the medical staff at Lahey Medical Center for their excellent care during Wes’ extended stay there.
Surviving are his mother, Carolyn (Peachie) Marshall of Camden and Lakeland, FL; his three children whom he loved dearly: Joshua Marshall and his wife Ali of Colorado; Aron Marshall of Camden; and Shelby Marshall and partner Shane Otis of Searsmont; Elise Marshall of Camden; two grandchildren, Max and Molly Marshall of Colorado; three brothers: Wayne Marshall, Warren Marshall and wife Paula of Camden, and William Marshall and wife Melissa of Hope; two sisters: Wanda Lassiter of Lakeland, FL, and Wendy Brown and husband Michael of Camden; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was predeceased by his father Herbert Marshall, niece Tracey Feener, and nephew Jeremy Marshall.
A memorial service will be announced during the summer months. Private family interment will be held at Oak Hill Cemetery in Camden. If desired, memorial gifts may be made to the Megunticook Watershed or to PAWS, PO Box 707 Rockport, ME 04856. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at www.longfuneralhomecamden.com.
Arrangements are with the Long Funeral Home and Cremation Service, 9 Mountain Street, Camden.
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Sandra Alley Schramm

Posted at 07:20pm
RIP Wes. Gone but not forgotten. My sympathies to Wes’s family. We started school together and back in the 50’s it was like a parade down Pearl St. Treasure your memories and never let go.❤️

Robert Doucette

Posted at 02:40pm
Another memory to remember seems like there has been why to me in the past few years, he sure was a wonderful guy, fact is the whole family is. May he rest in peace
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