Obituary for Ryan J Marshall

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Ryan J Marshall

Died: January 28, 2020

Ryan Joseph Marshall, 31, of Fredericktown went to be with, in his own words, “his savior, God” on the 28th of January 2020. At the time of his passing he was surrounded by family and love. Ryan was born on the 25th of September 1988 in Mount Vernon, Ohio to William ‘Bill’ Marshall.

Ryan was a proud graduate of Fredericktown High School, graduating with the class of 2007. Ryan loved music, good food, nature, technology, invested much of his time in learning software security. He also enjoyed watching movies and had a gift to always make people smile and laugh. Ryan loved visiting the ocean.

Ryan was an avid boy scout and he practiced Panther Kenpo Karate where he was awarded a purple belt. Ryan played in the band and dedicatedly played the Trombone. In his youth, he enjoyed playing baseball. He loved spending time in the woods, where would go hiking or ride his four-wheeler; he just simply loved nature.

Ryan will be sadly missed by his loving father, William ‘Bill’ and stepmother Regina ‘Gina’ Marshall of Summerdale, Alabama; he was a proud father to his only child Madilyn Elizabeth (10) who meant the world to him; his paternal grandmother, Phyllis Cloran of Fredericktown, Ohio; his sisters, Danielle Amerine of New Lexington, Ohio; Alicia Bringardner of Delaware ,Ohio; Demi Dye of Mount Vernon, Ohio; Brandi Edwards of Mount Vernon,Ohio; his brother, Jake Rudd of Summerdale, Alabama. Ryan was a proud uncle to Hayley and Kaelyn Amerine, Ryleigh Rudd and Brantley Fletcher. He will be missed by many other family members and friends. A special mention to Lukus Cole and Anthony Angelas who gave Ryan many years of great friendship.

Ryan`s last wishes were very specific, his father William will be honoring them by spreading his ashes at several locations that Ryan held very dear to him, including the ocean.

Alicia Bringardner posted on February 6, 2020

I miss my big brother so much. He fought so hard for so long. He was and is the strongest man I’ve ever had the honor of knowing. I miss you and love you so much poopie!!!


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