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September 28, 2015
I had learned of Jeff's untimely passing about a year ago. I had not spoken to Jeff for a number of years. We had gone different ways and using Google I was attempting to find what company (or in Jeff's case it was always companies) he was currently leading. I was so shocked that he had passed away. I met Jeff when I was a young man starting work at Bear Stearns. He was charismatic and a natural leader. He also was somebody in the world of Wall Street who was not only helpful but a natural teacher. I ultimately left Bear and went on to start a technology company (which Jeff was instrumental not just in terms of advice but helping me get funding.). He became one of our first major customers and ultimately Bear became one of our Bankers. We talked about family and our daughters. He was a bright light. Funny yet kind. Whenever I would call him for advice he was there, but God forbid you started to complain about anything because he would set you straight rather quickly. Jeff is also one of those people that everyone who was lucky enough to know him has a Jeff story. You take care Jeff. I am sure you are advising the almighty on what startup companies to bestow blessings on.
December 17, 2014
Having been out of touch with Jeff for a while, I just learned of this very sad news. For the few years Jeff ventured into yacht ownership, we had a good run. From NY to the Florida Keys, many good times were had aboard Quanalao. Im gonna miss you my friend...your captain.
December 12, 2014
Jeff and I go back to 1968 as friends at YMCA Camp Echo in Fremont, Michigan. Time is fleeting. Blessings Jeff.
November 08, 2014
Jeff gave me my first (two) job(s) when I got out of the Navy. Jeff flew me to my future father in laws' when asked for my wive's hand in marriage. Jeff and Erika brought me gallons of Gatorade when I was TU with food poisoning. We laughed, we partied, we hunted, we flew...Jeff was a very good friend who was always there. I do, and always will, miss him.
February 22, 2013
Great memories of our days as young bucks at MCI in the City.
I was in Manhattan 3 weeks ago, walking around I thought about the old MCI team at the JC Penney building.
You will be missed.
Rick Hanna, Great Falls, VA.
February 18, 2013
Jeff, we made a great team...JESLIE...they called us at the Stamford Business Center. I have missed you and will hold our memories dear. Peace.
Leslie Lampe Long
February 05, 2013
Jeff,
Bye my friend. We will all be joining you in good time.
John
February 03, 2013
I met Jeff at Berkshire School when we were both sweet young things (age 15, and was he ever good-looking!). Jeff always looked forward, driven by a super-charged passion -whether it be building a company, flying a plane fast, or loving his girls as well as he could. I did not see Jeff often, but I always felt that if I got into trouble, I could call him. He was that type of friend, and I will miss him.
January 31, 2013
I am a childhood friend of Jeff's from Evanston, Illinois. Our sisters were best friends and I spent many hours in the Marshall home. Jeff Marshall was devastatingly handsome and fun from the age of 14 on, and I'm not surprised that he continued on to love flying and all types of adventure. The Byrne family sends our sympathies and thoughts to Mallory Kirk Marshall, and Jeff's family. May the best of his spirit live on in your memories, and may Jeff have open skies from now on.
January 30, 2013
Jeff was always a visionary. I remember working for him at Bear Stearns, and I was never more impressed by someone in upper management in terms of how he saw the overall picture.

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