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December-08-18
To the Webb family,
I was saddened to hear of Marshall's death.
Though I never personally knew him. I remember seeing him at DMCI, and around the neighborhood. Again, I am sorry for your loss.
My family sends their thoughts and prayers.
December-06-18
To the Webb family


I am so sorry to hear about Marshall's passing last week. Marshall was a good friend, and during the 80's and 90's at various times my boss, co-worker, and bandmate. He was true to himself-and our shared experiences taught me a so much about life, undoubtedly making me a better person. More recently I appreciated the funny, honest, and perceptive thoughts he would have during our occasional phone conversations. I will miss him and remember him at his best.
My Sincere Condolences and Best Wishes
December-01-18
To the Webb Family,

So very sorry to hear about Marshall's passing... I went to Don Mills Collegiate with him and always admired his incredible artistic talent! He was a true artist - far more advanced, in the arts, than any of his fellow classmates. One time, as a friend, he came up for a weekend to our family cottage in Muskoka where we discussed many interesting topics. He was an interesting person, period. Another admirable trait was his kindness - he was never mean-spirited. I feel very sad that this person whom I spoke of often throughout my adult life as being such an innately-gifted artist has passed.

With deepest sympathy,

Sandra Platt (Swoboda)

"Love is not changed by death.
And nothing is lost, and all in the end is harvest."
by Edith Sitwell

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