Marc Wood Warman, 65, of Springfield, VA, died Saturday, May 10, 2014.
Marc was born to the late Bartholomew and Juanita Warman on October 30, 1948, in Marietta, OH and graduated from White Bear Lake High School in 1966. He received multiple degrees from the University of Wisconsin at Madison; a BA in English in 1970, a BS in Agriculture in 1976, and a MS in Agricultural Economics in 1978.
Marc was an economist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture until he retired in 2009. He held a number of senior positions there and was well known for his analytical and writing skills. He received numerous awards in recognition of superior service and for specific projects during his tenure. Marc was also a veteran of the U.S. Army, having attained the rank of E-5 during service in the U.S. and Germany from 1970-1972.
Marc was an active member of his local community, holding board and officer positions with the Springfield Swimming and Racquet Club, Springfield Civic Association, and Springfield American Legion Post 176. Marc is remembered for his lengthy service and diligent efforts in support of many community projects.
Marc is survived by his sister, LuAnne Warman.
Marc will be interred with his parents in Oak Grove Cemetery in Marietta, OH, later this month. In lieu of flowers, Marc's family and friends request that donations be made to the American Liver Foundation.

Published in The Washington Post on May 16, 2014