Doug Marshall

Visitations

Public visitations will be held on Tuesday from 2-4 pm. and 6-8 pm at Eagles Funeral Home. Masks are mandatory and proof of both Covid Vaccines and Id are required to attend the visitations.

Funeral Service

His funeral service will be held 2 o’clock Wednesday from The Middle River Presbyterian Church, Rocklin with The Rev. Bonnie Langille officiating. Masks are mandatory and proof of both Covid Vaccines and Id are required to attend the funeral.

Memorial Donations

Donations in his memory may be made to the Middle River Presbyterian Church.

Obituary of Doug Marshall

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Douglass Fraser Marshall, 89 of White Hill passed away on Friday, November 5, 2021 in the Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow.

 

Doug was born in White Hill on July 26, 1932, a son of the late Carmichael Fraser Marshall and Mary (Evans Marshall.

 

Doug AkA Bup held many jobs over the years. He was a man of many talents. He farmed his land and took great pride in his large gardens where he grew vegetables for himself his family and his community. Bup spent countless hours in the woods cutting firewood for the upcoming winters or sawing lumber in his mill. Bup took on many projects none being to big or small to give a shot. He used his lumber to build many homes in his community of White Hill with the help of his wife Cline and anyone else who stopped by for a visit. Sometimes these projects took a long time because with every visit came a hot cup of tea and a long talk.

 

Bup was great talker great listener and great advice giver. Everyone who entered his door was always welcome. He was a true family man, friend and neighbor. his church was a big part of his life where he took an active role in all that took place. Bup enjoyed writing and playing his own music especially when he got to play with his son and grandsons. As time moved on Bup enjoyed sitting by a warm fire in the company of his great grandchildren who were the apple of his eye. Bup was always there to lend a hand, first to come and last to leave. He was a great friend, hard worker and loyal man.

 

Married for 68 years, Doug will be lovingly remembered by his wife Cline (Hayter) Marshall daughter-in-law, Karen Marshall, White Hill; grandsons Mike Marshall (Melissa), White Hill; Nathan Marshall (Erica), Rocklin and Daniel Marshall (Allison), White Hill; great grand children, Emma, Jayden and Katie Marshall, Kelsey and Clayton MacKay and Harmony Marshall; great great grandson Reign Dudka; sister June Beausejour (Keith); sister-in law Phyllis Hayter; and many nieces and nephews.

 

Doug was predeceased by his son Shane;  brothers Ian (Jill); Bill (Harriet); sister Jean Langille (Charlie) and sisters and brothers-in-law Myrtle Matheson (Robert); Marie Granlund (Frank); Helen MacLeod (James); Ilene MacCallum (Murray); Guy Hayter (Ann) and Charlie Hayter (Lillian) and Sheldon Hayter.

 

Public visitations will be held on Tuesday from 2-4 pm. and 6-8 pm at Eagles Funeral Home, Westville. His funeral service will be held 2 o’clock Wednesday from The Middle River Presbyterian Church, Rocklin with The Rev. Bonnie Langille officiating. Interment will be in the Birch Hill Cemetery, Rocklin. Masks are mandatory and proof of both Covid Vaccines and Id are required to attend both the visitations and funeral. Donations in his memory may be made to the Middle River Presbyterian Church.  

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