Marshall Family Scholar Foundation

MAKING HISTORY

A Marshall

Family Legacy
Begins

Following the death of her father, brother and in 2011 the devastating death of her mother and sister who passed within five short days of each other; Debra Marshall, while in the midst of battling a debilitating illness and being the final survivor of the Marshall family decided, at the urging of a close friend, to honor the memory of her parents and siblings by creating a legacy of education for under-privileged African-American students. Several scholarships will be awarded through the established Debra Marshall and Belinda Marshall scholarship trusts.  This family's years of service has now been extended to provide resources toward the education of Oakland University African American students.  It is the hope that their lives will live on through the promise and legacy of others.

 



 


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The Marshall Family was composed of a tight-knit and accomplished family.  Betty Louise Marshall was a much beloved wife, mother, sister, aunt, friend and dedicated teacher in the Clintondale, Michigan School District. Benjamin Marshall Sr., was a veteran retiree of the US Airforce and was regarded as a smart and generous father-figure who worked 15  years for US Army Tank Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM.)  Benjamin Marshall Jr., a special needs child, was a loving and helpful son; Belinda Marshall was a treasured daughter, cook, sister and friend who received her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management from Oakland University in 1995. Debra Lynn Sylvia Marshall was an adored daughter, sister and friend who obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management from Oakland University and earned requirements toward a Master’s Degree from Eastern Michigan University.  Debra followed in her father’s footsteps and worked 28  years for US Army TACOM.

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The Marshall Family was composed of a tight-knit and accomplished family.  Betty Louise Marshall was a much beloved wife, mother, sister, aunt, friend and dedicated teacher in the Clintondale, Michigan School District. Benjamin Marshall Sr., was a veteran retiree of the US Airforce and was regarded as a smart and generous father-figure who worked 15  years for US Army Tank Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM.)  Benjamin Marshall Jr., a special needs child, was a loving and helpful son; Belinda Marshall was a treasured daughter, cook, sister and friend who received her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management from Oakland University in 1995. Debra Lynn Sylvia Marshall was an adored daughter, sister and friend who obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management from Oakland University and earned requirements toward a Master’s Degree from Eastern Michigan University.  Debra followed in her father’s footsteps and worked 28  years for US Army TACOM.

 

Following the death of her father, brother and in 2011 the devastating death of her mother and sister who passed within five short days of each other; Debra Marshall, while in the midst of battling a debilitating illness and being the final survivor of the Marshall family decided, at the urging of a close friend, to honor the memory of her parents and siblings by creating a legacy of education for under-privileged African-American students.  Several scholarships will be awarded through the established Debra Marshall and Belinda Marshall scholarship trusts.  This family's years of service has now been extended to provide resources toward the education of Oakland University African American students.  It is the hope that their lives will live on through the promise and legacy of others.

 

 

 

 

BEGIN YOUR LEGACY AND APPLY  TODAY

Marshall Family Scholar Foundation ________________________