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Steve Marshall

January 22, 2024

Steve Marshall Obituary

It is with profound sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Steve Marshall, in North Bay Ont. at the age of 66.

Survived by his loving wife Annette and sons, Ryan Jackson and Brodie Tolley (Veronica). Proud and devoted Gramps of Athena and loving son of Enid Hines. He will be sadly missed but forever remembered by his sisters Lynn Adams (Paul) and Pat Yent (Chris), his many nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends. He was adored by his in-laws Ted and Joyce Tolley. 

Steve was born near Mt Hope Ont. Steve loved his sports, playing baseball and hockey with the Glanbrook Rangers. Steve was a selfless man with a kind heart who always put a smile on your face and his laugh was infectious. Steve loved to play with his granddaughter causing mischief, along with his many nieces and nephews. He enjoyed his brief retirement after spending 40+ years as a concrete man in North Bay and surrounding areas. Steve loved spending time with family and friends enjoying the great outdoors on his 100 acres, lovingly called "The Camp". He enjoyed riding his Harley, cutting wood, and hunting. As per Steve's wishes, cremation has taken place and a party to celebrate Steve's life will be held, in the warmer weather.

Please share any of the crazy memories or stories you might have of our dear Steve,  he would want us to have a good laugh.

We would like to express a heartfelt thank you to the First Responders as well as the dedicated staff at the NBRHC Emergency Room department for their kindness and support during his final moments.


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