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Scott Marshall

December 12, 1952 ~ May 13, 2018

Scott Cameron Marshall was born December 12, 1952, to Gordon and Barbara Marshall and grew up in Red Lodge, MT.  He graduated from Red Lodge High in 1971 and married Kristin Boggio, also from Red Lodge, on September 21, 1974. Scott and Kris had four children together: Heather Marshall (James Johnson), Holly Marshall Hamblin (Jesse Hamblin), Kate Marshall Martz (Jesse Martz), and Scotty Marshall (Cara Gandolfini Marshall). Scott was also grandfather to Haylee Hamblin, Henasee Hamblin, Hadlee Hamblin, Hannah Marshall Lorash, Torin Martz, and his best bud, Kameron Scott Martz. Scott was preceded in death by both his parents.

Scott was an amazing handyman. He could fix and build anything, a talent that served him well as Chief/Director of Engineering for Sheraton Hotels for 32 years. Scott retired in 2012 and spent his retirement fishing, spending time with family, traveling, and tinkering.

Scott was loved by all and could make you laugh until your belly hurt. He kept his loved ones close and safe--family meant the world to him and he will forever be missed. Scott passed away in his home surrounded by his loved ones May 13, 2018.

An event to celebrate his life will be held at a later date.

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