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Adrian Marsden

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Of St. Paul, age 81 Father, sportsman, entrepreneur, Inventor Beloved husband of Susan Markham passed away November 18, 2009. He was father of Adrian "Skip" Jr. (Nance); Mary (Richard Heitman); Steven (Judith); and James (Lou). Stepfather of Eric Johnson (Etsuko) and Nick Johnson and loving...

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To the Marsden Family,
I was deeply saddened to learn of the death of Skip as I will always look at my time with American Security Vault services as a great education. I started with ASC in the infancy of the Vault services department working weekends and a couple days of the week (Vanco the big vendor then), I was patient and work my way up the ladder to a management position learning all I could from Larry May, Dan McCarthy and yes even Dave Tacklo each person taught me something. ...

I loved Skip . He was like a Father to me . I am deeply saddened by his passing . Dick Benham .

Sue, I am so sorry to hear of Skip's passing. I apologize for not being able to make any of the events this past weekend as I actually did not know of his passing until it was too late. :( My sincere thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family and Skips as well. Skip was a great man and I respected and felt priveleged to have a nice working relationship with him for quite a while and a good friendship as well.

James Bradley "Binger" McCourtney

We have known Skip for the last three years. We met Skip at the Saint Paul Pass Duck Club. He showed a great interest in sharing his passion for the outdoors with us.His love of the outdoors and encouraging young people to share that passion insures that his love of the outdoors.

Paul and Michael Sween

I use to work for American Security Corporation. I worked there from 1986 to 2000. I met Skip at an anual get together at home base. All I can say is, he was one heck of a person. I told him that during a heavy rain, at Seagate, I acidentally drowned the security vehicle. I asked him how they came out on the car, and he said that the insurance covered it. All I can say, is he was one great person.

Skip was someone you couldn't help but love. He was a self made man that was enthusiastic, animated, loyal and clearly unique. He made a huge positive impact on my life and was a mentor to hundreds. He will be truly missed. Great stories about Skip will live on. I am sorry to think he is gone and my prayers are with all of his family and closest friends. He will be greatly missed.

My dearest Sue,
I remember well the first time I heard of this man, Skip, in your life. I had come over to the condo where you were living and you and I were going to go out for dinner and ‘catch-up’. You told me about Skip having entered your life and you said to me…"Oh Jan, you are going to like him; he is just an old shoe". I looked across the room and saw a doll in a chair. It was clearly southwestern American Indian but unlike anything I had ever seen. I asked you about it...

To the Marsden Family - I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Skip for many years. He had my full respect and I admired his ability to work hard and make his customers happy. This is a huge loss, but I feel very lucky to have known Skip and your entire family. God Bless and my prayers are with you all. Pauline Kruger, St. Paul

He was a delightful gentleman and was always an uplifting person to talk to and always made me feel as if I was apart of the Marsden family. My sorrow and prayers go out to the Marsden family.