01/05/06 - NNHS Newsletter - Larry Marshall
 

Larry Lynn Marshall
(1925 - 31 Dec 2005)

 

Dear Friends and Schoolmates,   

   Sad news continues to arrive amid the glad. 


  From Dee Hodges Bartram ('66) of VA - 01/05/06 -    "Richard Marshall's Father":

I was saddened to read this morning that Richard Marshall's father had passed.  Here is the information.  My prayers are with Richard and his family during this difficult time.
 
 
Larry Lynn Marshall 

HAMPTON - Master Sgt. Larry Lynn Marshall, U.S. Air Force, Ret., 80, passed away Saturday, Dec. 31, 2005, at Sentara CarePlex Hospital. A native of Kalkaska, Mich., Larry had been a Newport News resident since 1963. He served his country as a Marine during World War II and retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1966 after a total of 23 years of dedicated military service. Larry was an active member of Hope Lutheran Church and the American Legion Post 25. A loving husband, father and grandfather, Larry leaves to cherish his memory his beloved wife of 58 years, Vivian F. Marshall; his son, Richard W. Marshall and his wife, Darlene, of Hampton; grandson, Matthew T. Marshall; and great-grandson, Joshua T. Marshall. A service to celebrate Larry's life will be conducted at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7, 2006, at Hope Lutheran Church with the Rev. Nobel Loch officiating. Friends are encouraged to visit www.mem.com to share tributes or words of comfort with the family. In lieu of flowers, a donation to Hope Lutheran Church is requested by the family. Cremation arrangements are under the care of Parklawn-Wood Funeral Home and Cremation Services in Hampton.

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Our prayers are with you at this time. Both Lewis and I dearly loved Larry and remember the good times we had together. We've missed you these past years but you have been in our hearts the whole time.
Zelma Fletcher (Hayes, VA ) - January 5, 2006
 
 
So sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.
Clifton Jackson (Gloucester, VA ) - January 5, 2006
 
 
Richard and family,
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. Keep God by your side and know you are not alone. We are all with you at this time of sorrow. God Bless.
Linda May Bond Crayton
Linda May Crayton (Hampton, VA ) - January 5, 2006
 
 
Richard, we are so sorry to hear of your loss. Loosing a parent is always so hard. May you know the comfort that comes through knowing the Saviour.
Love and prayers, John & Cheryl Howard
Cheryl Howard (Yorktown, VA ) - January 5, 2006
 
 
Richard, sorry to hear of your loss. We all should mourn the loss of another one of "The greatest generation". I appreciate the freedom I have today from our fathers' sacrifices. May you find peace during such a time as this.
Bill Hobbs "66"
Bill HOBBS (TRIANGLE, VA ) - January 5, 2006
 
 
MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
RICK STURGIS (NEWPORT NEWS) - January 6, 2006
 
 
Richard, so sorry to hear of your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.
Jeanette McDonald Hornsby (Columbia, SC ) - January 6, 2006
 
 
We will keep you in our prayers and send our sincere sympathy.

Randy & Linda Tate
Randy Tate (Wilmington, DE ) - January 6, 2006
 
 
Richard, We just learned about the passing of your father and our prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. May you find peace in the fond memories of your loved one. He may be gone, but never forgotten. Sincerest Sympathy
Janice & Wayne Mallory (Hampton, VA ) - January 9, 2006
 
 

   Thank you for telling us this, Dee.

   Our deepest sympathies are extended to Richard and his family and friends at this time.


   Y'all take good care of each other!  TYPHOONS FOREVER!

                          Love to all, Carol

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O Darkest Woe

Author: Unknown, 1628, Stanza 1
Stanzas 2-7 by Johann Rist (1607-1667), 1641
Translated by Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878), 1863


1. O darkest woe!
Ye tears, forth flow!
Has earth so sad a wonder?
God the Father's only Son
Now is buried yonder.

2. O sorrow dread!
God's Son is dead!
But by His expiation
Of our guilt upon the cross
Gained for us salvation.

3. O sinful man!
It was the ban
Of death on thee that brought Him
Down to suffer for thy sins
And such woe hath wrought Him.

4. Lo, stained with blood,
The Lamb of God,
The Bridegroom, lies before thee,
Pouring out His life that He
May life restore thee.

5. O Ground of faith,
Laid low in death.
Sweet lips. now silent sleeping!
Surely all that live must mourn
Here with bitter weeping.

6. Oh. blest shall be
Eternally
Who oft in faith will ponder
Why the glorious Prince of Life
Should be buried yonder.

7. O Jesus blest,
My Help and Rest
With tears I now entreat Thee:
Make me love Thee to the last,
Till in heaven I greet Thee!


The Lutheran Hymnal
Hymn #167
Text: Acts 3:15
Titled: "O Traurigkeit, o Herzelei"d
Tune: "O Traurigkei"t
1st Published in: _Wuerzburger Gesangbuch_, 1628


"O Darkest Woe" - # 167 in the Lutheran Hymnal Online  - midi (arrangement by Rev. Richard Jordan) and lyrics
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