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1926 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Harold I. Marshall Obituary
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July 18, 2018

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March 21, 2017
Sympathy to the family. I remember you mom & Dad very well. They will be missed.
March 21, 2017
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
March 21, 2017
March 21, 2017
I'll miss the comfortable conversations we'd been having over the past year or so. We often spoke of a cross country road trip we were going to take to California - wishful thinking for both of us since I broke my leg in three places and he didn't really feel like he could drive for so long a time but it sounded good and it was fun to speak of it.
He always brought laughter to any gathering of our big family in Iowa and we missed him when they went to PA. I last saw him when we both went to Montrose (Jerry and Marianne took him) for his sister (my Aunt) Lana's funeral. After that we began talking on the phone every once in a while. When he answered the phone and I asked if it was my Uncle Tuffy, he instantly knew who was calling as when I answered my phone and he would say, "Sherryn, this is your Uncle Tuffy" - I think we both thought of younger days and healthier bodies back on the farm outside of Montrose. My mom always got a kick out of his oneriness and I think my dad was a little jealous of how frank Tuffy could be and get away with it. Everyone loved him and I'll certainly miss him.
Tuffy spoke of how glad he was when Jerry and Marianne built the home across the street from them and landscaped so beautifully. He said Marianne fed him and kept him healthy and Jerry kept him active and Dominick kept him laughing. He said his days were full but he'd sill like to take that trip first to Iowa to see Dick and Gwen (where I'd meet him) and then on to California - stopping in Tucson to see my brother and my family there. My brother Steve lost a leg from Viet Nam so isn't able to get about much but I was so excited that our families would get to meet our Uncle Tuffy who hadn't been to Tucson that I remember since the 1970s when he came to spend time with our dad before he slipped away. I spoke to Aunt Gwen shortly after I heard and we both feel we've lost another important piece of our family unit.
I know I'm so very grateful to Aunt Vi who never complained when I called and kept Tuffy on the phone and Jerry and his family who never complained within my hearing of how much the rest of the family monopolized Tuffy when we got the chance. Aunt Lana never forgot her brother and could not rest lest she got the family in an RV and on the way to see him - she kept us regaled with pictures and phone calls while on the way and while they were there.