In Memory

Paul Marshall

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03/25/09 01:33 PM #1    

Teryl Rothery

I am so sorry to hear about Paul. I've thought of him over the years wondering how he was doing. The last time we spoke was about a year after graduation and he was living in Toronto. Does anyone know what happened? When it happened? So sad. Teryl

12/04/19 10:17 PM #2    

Gordon Janzen

12/08/19 11:35 AM #3    

Eleonor Jayme (McGarry)

Paul and I got close in Grade 10. I remember walking with him after school to his place just behind Oakridge and we would play records (vinyl!) while chatting. He was a really good friend and I wish  had kept in touch with him.I was so crushed that i didn't when I heard he had passed. Somewhere in all my storage boxes I have pictures of him which I kept and will cherish forever. He was a wonderful friend to me at school. 

12/08/19 03:42 PM #4    

Stephanie Wong (McCallum)

Hi Gary,

I'm pretty sure the Paul Marshall who passed away in 2016 is not our Paul Marshall.  Paul has a younger brother named Tony who was a year or two younger than us.

My fond memory of Paul is dancing with him.  He was a fantastic dancer.  We had a lot of fun at parties.

Gord - Thank you for posting the grad photo of Paul.

12/10/19 01:32 PM #5    

Nicole Soong (Chang)

As per Steph's comment, I am also pretty sure that this is not our classmate. I recall hearing that Paul passed away some time in the 1980's from an illness. Very sad as he was such a nice guy.


12/11/19 12:26 PM #6    

Paula Lerner

I saw Paul 1991-1992. We met for lunch and he was not looking well. I called his brother at the 20 year reunion planning meeting and he told me he passed away 5 years prior,  1994. He was living in Montreal at that time. So sad, we were very close through high school and college.




12/12/19 07:54 AM #7    

Milan Sangulin

While we are revisiting his memory, during the spring of 8th grade he and I used to train together for the track team. I remember we used to eat lunch together as it took almost the whole hour to finish ( I recall how much effort it took to eat 5 sandwiches on rye bread).  Most remember Paul for his artistic side, but he was a powerful sprinter, who was pushing 12 second runs in the 100 m sprint while only in grade 8.    

12/12/19 02:18 PM #8    

Warren Wong

Paul Marshall and I trained for many hours on the track at Hamber coached by teachers Randy Clarke and Eric Wong.  Our 4 x 100 metre team was anchored by Paul.  The lead runner was Kenny Krause, 2nd leg was Glen Dhillon and I was the third runner handing off the baton to Paul. All the runners on the relay team except for Paul were Edith Cavell grads.  I still have the city final track and field meet ribbons from our team.  We were always very competitive.  It was an honour to be on the same track team as Paul and to pass the baton to him in our relay races.  RIP my friend.  

12/13/19 11:30 AM #9    

Judi Roytenberg (Jaeger)

Paul was a really good friend. He was so nice to me after I arrived at Hamber in 10th grade. My fondest memory of Paul is from when we went, in grade 12, to see the movie Alien. We laughed and screamed together. 

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