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Larry Jo MARSHALL

Male 1948 - 2015


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  • Nickname  Jack 
    Born  11 Nov 1948  Jackson County, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    _UID  0D37F7DA3860FB47BDF8B5E930AA5FD44F75 
    Died  8 Apr 2015  Brownstown, Jackson County, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I41708  Marshall and Allied Families
    Last Modified  9 Apr 2015 

    Father  Floyd MARSHALL,   b. 28 Jul 1922, Owsley County, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Jul 1996, Austin, Scott County, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Alma Logan BOWMAN,   b. 19 Mar 1921,   d. 14 Nov 1990, Scott County,Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location 
    _UID  9193675548D55549A18E3C56619978BA8803 
    Family ID  F14970  Group Sheet

    Family 1  Kathy KENNY 
    Last Modified  9 Apr 2015 
    Family ID  F14975  Group Sheet

    Family 2  Sarah SHAPINSKI 
    _UID  97FF6F86CF0A5745AC75800D5BE4201B287D 
    Family ID  F14976  Group Sheet

    Family 3  Shelly LETURGEZ 
    _UID  B614E8C18FD0924C8CAD0768A75C49B75B53 
    Family ID  F14977  Group Sheet

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    Marshall, Larry Jo
    Marshall, Larry Jo
    Larry enlisted in the Navy on April 10, 1967 and was assigned to the U.S.S. Pueblo. On January 23, 1968 the Pueblo and the crew of 83 was captured by the North Koreans and held captive for 11 months until their release on December 23, 1968. Here is the link to the official Pueblo roster of sailors.
    http://www.usspueblo.org/Aftermath/Crewmembers.html
    Marshall, Larry Jo
    Marshall, Larry Jo
    Larry was the youngest member of the USS Pueblo that was captured by the N. Koreans in January, 1968.
    Marshall, Larry Jo
    Marshall, Larry Jo
    Larry was the youngest member of the USS Pueblo that was captured by the N. Koreans in January, 1968.
    Marshall, Larry Jo
    Marshall, Larry Jo
    Larry was the youngest member of the USS Pueblo that was captured by the N. Koreans in January, 1968.

  • Notes 
    • From a FaceBook posting by Debra Marshall Hutchinson

      Larry J. Marshall 11/11/1948~04/08/2015
      Larry enlisted in the Navy on April 10, 1967 and was assigned to the U.S.S. Pueblo. On January 23, 1968 the Pueblo and the crew of 83 was captured by the North Koreans and held captive for 11 months until their release on December 23, 1968. He continued his Navy career until his discharge on January 4, 1971. His dedication to his country did not stop there. He later joined the Army National Guard from 1978 ? 1982. Through his military service he received the following medals:
      Two Purple Heart Medals
      Navy Commendation Medal
      Prisoner of War Medal
      Korea Defense Service Medal
      Armed Forces Expeditionary Ribbon
      Combat Action Ribbon
      National Defense Service Ribbon
      He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans and the
      U.S.S. Pueblo Veterans Association.

      This is the link to the Official Pueblo roster.
      http://www.usspueblo.org/Aftermath/Crewmembers.html
    • Obituary from the Winklepleck-Weesner Funeral Home

      Larry J. Marshall, 66, of Brownstown, died at 2:42 AM, Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at his home, of lung cancer. Born November 11, 1948 in Scott County, he was a son Floyd and Alma (Bowman) Marshall. He was raised by his grandparents, Jackson and Maggie Sizemore Marshall who all preceded him in death.

      He enlisted in the Navy on April 10, 1967 and was assigned to the U.S.S. Pueblo on January 23, 1968. The Pueblo and the crew of 83 was captured by the North Koreans and held captive for 11 months until their release on December 23, 1968. He continued his Navy career until his discharge on January 4, 1971. His dedication to his country did not stop there. He later joined the Army National Guard from 1978 ? 1982. Through his military service he received the Navy Commendation Medal,Two purple Heart Medals, Prisoner of War Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Ribbon, Combat Action Ribbon and the National Defense Service Ribbon. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans and the U.S.S. Pueblo Veterans Association. Larry worked for Austin Sanitation Dept. from 1973-1975, was a Certified Emergency Medical Technician for Ross Ambulance from 1975 ? 1981. He received his GED in 1982 and received an Associate Degree in Automotive in May 1989. He then went on to work for Travel Centers of America as a diesel mechanic until 2003 when his injuries from being a POW made his disabled.

      Larry had many hobbies such as cars, drawing, wood crafts, fishing, music and collecting eagles. On August 18, 1984 in Lee County, IL, he married Shelly Leturgez Grider and she survives.

      Other survivors include:

      4 children: Lisa (Tory) Collins of North Vernon, Megan Marshall of Brownstown, Dustin ( Kathy) Grider of Wisconsin and Donald (Ashley) Grider of Brownstown.

      Siblings: Mike (Evalee) Marshall of Austin, Jackie (Arlene) Marshall of Corydon, Debbie ( Larry) Hutchinson of Henryville, Barbara Marshall and Brenda Ashley both of Scottsburg and Donna (Irvin) Banks of Lexington.

      Sisters-in-laws: Bonnie (Steve) Scott Martha Gentry and Rhea Leturgez all of Freetown.

      13 grandchildren, and 32 nieces & nephews also survive.

      1 brother Charles Mashall and 3 brothers ?in-law Richard Gentry, Michael Leturgez and Terry Leturgez precede him in death.