Stephen Edward Marshall

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Marshall Stephen Edward Marshall, age 48, passed away suddenly on December 5, 2013 in Verona Wisconsin, due to a pre-existing health issue. He was a graduate of Miami University of Ohio and John Marshall Law School. Steve was a loving father, husband, son and brother. Steve was honorably discharged from the United States Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer, where he received numerous awards and commendations. He continued his service to his country and began his duty with the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a Special Agent on September 28, 1997, and was assigned to the Milwaukee Division, Madison Resident Agency. While serving as a Special Agent, Steve worked a variety of investigative programs. His collateral duties included SWAT team leader, sniper team leader, defensive tactics and fitness instructor. Steve served two tours of duty with the FBI in Afghanistan. During his career, Steve received multiple commendations and awards, including the FBI Medal of Valor. This medal was awarded for Steve's heroic actions under fire in Afghanistan that saved the life of a US Armed Services member. Steve dedicated his life to his family and in service to his country. Steve took great pride in working closely with the FBI's local, state, and federal law enforcement partners. Steve is survived by his wife, Lisa (Caranna) Marshall; and two daughters, Madeline and Natalie; father, Robert Marshall; mother, Kathryn Arndt; sister, Christi (Marshall) Lallier; brother-in-law Jim Lallier, nephews and niece, Stephen, Marissa, and David Lallier; mother-in-law, Liz Caranna; father-in-law and wife, Doctors Charles and Deborah Kennedy Caranna; brother-in-law Charles Caranna, Jr; and his son Joseph; sister-in-law, Marissa Caranna. Funeral arrangements are pending with CRESS FUNERAL HOME for services this week. For further details regarding services for Steve, please see the Cress website, Memorials may be made to a fund that will be established for the children's educational fund at Middleton Community Bank, 3207 Parmenter Street, Middleton, WI 53562, (608) 824-3234.

Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Dec. 8, 2013
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