• Tobias Funeral Home - Far Hills Chapel
    Dayton, OH
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William Thomas Marsh 1952 - 2013

William Thomas Marsh

This Guest Book has been kept open by His Loving Family.
Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Bill will always live in our hearts and prayers. My deepest sympathies for the family.
Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Sympathy goes out to Bill's family and many friends. Everyone in the office could see what an upright and caring person Bill was and I will miss him tremendously. Even as his health was diminishing he took the time to ask about our problems and health concerns. He was one of a kind.
Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Mary Beth, Deepest sympathies to you and the family. Bill was a great person! I will always have fond memories of working in same division as Bill in Civil Engineering at HQ AFMC before I retired 8 years ago! Love and Blessings, Nancy Baldiga
Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Mary Beth, Deepest sympathies to you and the family. Bill was a great person! I will always have fond memories of working in same division as Bill in Civil Engineering at HQ AFMC before I retired 8 years ago! Love and Blessings, Nancy Baldiga
Monday, April 01, 2013
Mary Beth and family
May God provide you new mercies for comfort and strength for each day. And, may you feel God's love even in the midst of grieving. I was Bill's boss for about 6 years in the 2000's…and boy, do I have a treasure trove of memories! In civil engineering terms, Bill was the consummate programmer…he knew the history/precedence and knew how to interpret policy and guidance. Equipped with such knowledge and abilities, Bill successfully led us into unchartered (or grey) areas better than anyone else…and we supported our customers with unique solutions! Of course, he was also famous for some business sayings, like…“Cost, schedule, and performance…pick any two…” Of course, the customer wanted all three, so, we would negotiate from there. Devoted to the nth degree, I remember allowing Bill flexibility during lunch to drive home and tend to his dogs when Mary Beth was traveling on her antique furniture treks. Bill talked often about his daughter and son, their (now) spouses, weddings, and their accomplishments. He loved you and was so proud of you. When Bill turned 50, we decorated his office with ‘appropriate' celebratory props, to include little plastic army men painted in grey…yeah, grey either to commemorate his passion for civil war history or grey to commemorate the dawning of ‘old age' and graying hair…maybe both! I am confident others will be able to share accounts of their encounter with your husband and dad…truly a unique man! Savor the memories, pictures, footage…and, may God refresh you during this difficult time.
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