In Memory

Chris Marshall

Chris Marshall

Funeral for C. Chris Marshall, an attorney who died Wednesday at the Tarrant County Courthouse from gunshot wounds, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Westcliff United Methodist Church, where he was a member. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park.

Mr. Marshall was a lifelong Fort Worth resident.He was chief of the appellate section of the Tarrant County district attorney's office.

The family suggests that memorials be made to the University of Texas at Austin Law School Foundation, Box 149090, Austin 78714.

Survivors: Wife, Betty Marshall of Fort Worth; daughter, Kristin Marshall of Fort Worth; stepson, David Stanton of Fort Worth; stepdaughter, Sarah Stanton of Fort Worth; parents, Clyde and Dorothy Marshall of Fort Worth; brother, Tim Marshall of Fort Worth; and sister, Kathy Marshall of Arlington.

Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX)
Date: July 3, 1992

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07/19/10 08:02 PM #1    

Kathy Alexander

So many dreams left to be fulfilled. Bless you Chris.

10/04/10 08:44 AM #2    

Chris Sumrow

I remember when we played baseball togther and were in Cub Scouts.  After all these years, I still miss you.  RIP, buddy.

Chris Sumrow

03/15/11 01:57 AM #3    

Robert Irvin


He surely reached for his potential.  What's more important, achievement of potential or duration of achievement?

05/07/11 10:52 PM #4    

Ilene Glazer (Miller)

Chris was always a gentleman and a very good friend.                                                

He was a true role model and he is missed.                                                   


06/08/11 08:26 PM #5    

Michael Williams

 I remember Chris from McLean and Paschal as a scholar and a gentleman - a really good guy.

02/02/14 04:08 PM #6    

Carey Blackwell

I am grateful  to have known Chris well from Westcliff Elementary, Scouts, Little League and all the way through high school -- the smartest and best of us all on so many levels. Just the most honorable of people, and with a wacky sense of humor to boot. The void created by his passing is as big as the Grand Canyon. God bless you in the Light, Chris, and comfort be with your dear ones.

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