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Official Obituary of

Logan Keith Marshall

October 20, 2001 ~ February 2, 2023 (age 21) 21 Years Old

Logan Marshall Obituary

Lance Corporal Logan Keith Marshall, "Bubba", 21 years old, passed away unexpectedly Thursday February 2nd, 2023. He was a lifelong Native of Poquoson, Virginia and Glen Burnie, Maryland and was a current resident of Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina for one year. Logan was full of life and had many passions including fishing, hunting, off roading in his Jeep, and being a United States Marine. Logan had a zest for life rarely seen and he loved fiercely. The love Logan had for his mother Katrina, who he always called "Mommy" was unconditional. Their love language was music. The moment the music was turned up when they were on the road, the windows went down, and he would look at his mother with his trademark smirk as they enjoyed this frequent pastime they both loved. He melted his mommy's heart every time they shared this bonding moment. 
Logan and his father had a special bond also. His dad was his football coach, they stayed up late together playing video games, sharing advice about life and girls; Logan loved the special moments they shared. Logan would always say his loved his Daddy most, even though we all know better (he was momma's boy), it was a lifelong inside joke Logan shared with his Mom and Dad. Logan and his stepmom, Beth, also had a close bond. She entered his life when he was a young boy. They enjoyed taking walks together, she challenged him on his journey in life, and was instrumental in preparing him mentally for the challenges he would face when entering Marine training. Logan was so thankful for the relationship they had. 
Logan and his wife Lolli were married in June of 2022 and expecting their first child on June 11th, 2023. He was excited to be a Daddy. Logan and Lolli both said this baby already seems to portray his Daddy's stubbornness when he was hiding his gender at their ultrasound. Lolli wanted to save the news for the gender reveal but Logan could not contain his excitement, he said he couldn't help but go around telling everyone at work. His legacy will live on with his unborn son, Waylon Keith.
Logan's education began when he attended Preschool at Trinity United Methodist, where his service will be held. He also attended Poquoson Public Schools in his early years. He attended middle school in Severn, Maryland and graduated from Glen Burnie High School in June 2020.  After high school, Logan pursued his lifelong dream of becoming a United States Marine. He graduated from Marine Corps basic training at Parris Island in May of 2021. He was in Mike Co 3038. He completed his Marine specialty training at TwentyNine Palms, California. In January of 2022, Logan received his first duty assignment at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. 
When he wasn't working you could expect to find Logan in the woods or by the creek. Logan's favorite fishing spot was at his family's restaurant, Owen's Marina. He was the shark whisperer. Hunting came natural to Logan and he loved going with his Poppop and Mommom to their cabin in West Virginia. He also loved going with his sister's father, Kevin Vernall, to his hunt club in Charlotte County, Virginia. He also loved his D-Daddy and spending time with him on the family farm in North Carolina. At the farm, he and his D-Daddy would ride dirt bikes and four wheelers. He loved taking his Jeep off-roading and always seemed to be trying to get more mud in his truck than on it. 
Logan had a special bond with so many of his close family. He was always excited to spend time with his Meme and Poppy every summer in Ocean City, Maryland. He spent many weekends and summers with his Memaw and D-daddy. Logan had a very special relationship with his Memaw. She was wrapped around his finger. From Cheeseburgers cut into sailboat shapes to scrambled eggs with ketchup, he was always her "Boo". Logan's bond with his sister Brie was more than words could ever describe. He loved his sister more than anything. She was his best friend. He was and always will be her "Bubba". Most of all, he loved being a United States Marine. He had been dreaming of serving his country as a Marine since he was four years old, and he was proud to serve and protect his country. 
Logan was predeceased by his Great Grandmother "Grandma" Catherine Walker and his Great Grandfather "Poppop" Robert Early Harrison. 
He leaves behind those that loved him most, his wife Lolli; his first child, a son, due June 11th, 2023. To be named Waylon Keith Marshall; his mother Katrina LaTray; his father and stepmother Justin (Beth) Marshall; his sister Brie Vernall; his brother Landon Marshall; his step siblings: Nicholas and Marybeth Stup; his grandparents "Mema" Ann LaTray, "D-Daddy" Keith Bellamy, "Meme" Michelle Muir, "Poppy" John Muir; his great grandmothers Kitty Harrison, "Nana" Lois Barrigar, "Grandmother" Shirley Bellamy; his aunts and uncles Robert Bellamy, Jessica (Dylan) Rafnson, Daniel (Tristan) Bellamy, Hannah (Brandon) Richardson, Phyllis (Jimmy) Lascola, Kristi (Matt) Martucci, Heather (Daniel) Richardson, Brad (Susan) Ellickson, Amber Mitts; his niece Harper Stup; and many cousins, close and extended family, friends, and fellow Marines. 
The family will receive friends 5 - 6:30 p.m. February 10, 2023, at Claytors Rollins Funeral Home.  A funeral service will be held 1:00 pm February 11, 2023, at Trinity United Methodist Church, 1294 Poquoson Avenue, Poquoson, VA 23662 by the Reverend Dr. Patricia A. Riggs. Visitation will follow in the fellowship hall immediately after the service, and other times at their home in Poquoson.
We would like to express our extreme gratitude and thanks to all our loved ones, family, friends, and Marines that have held us up during this devastating time. We greatly appreciate your support, prayers, and condolences. 

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February 10, 2023

5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Claytor Rollins Funeral Home

Funeral Service
February 11, 2023

1:00 PM
Trinity United Methodist Church
1294 Poquoson Avenue
Poquoson, VA 23662


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