NEW HAMPSHIRE: Lewis Roy Marshall, 98, died at The Courville at Nashua, on Saturday, September 13, 2014, following a brief illness.
He was born in Nashua on April 14, 1916, a son of the late Roy Flagg and Kittie (Grover) Marshall. He was the husband of the late Elsie (Goodwin) Marshall who died May 7, 2011.
Lewis was educated in Nashua and was a 1936 graduate of Nashua High School. He attended Nashua Business College.
Lewis worked in many capacities beginning in retail at the former Holbrook Marshall Company of Nashua, the former Nashua Baking Company, and the former Hathaway Baking Company of Nashua. He sold and installed aluminum windows and doors, worked for the Hudson School District, Hudson Town Library, was a longtime caretaker of the Alvirne Chapel and the Hudson Hills House, and was a Special Police Officer in Hudson for 15 years. He retired as a machinist in 1984 from Inscoin in Groton, Mass.
He was a member of the Hudson Baptist Church and had at one time served as a Deacon of the Church.
In addition to his wife, he was predeceased by three brothers, Theodore Marshall, George Marshall and James Marshall; two sisters-in-law, Evelyn Marshall and Gabrielle Marshall; and a brother-in-law, Alpheus Beals.
Survivors include three children, Muriel E. Plummer and Trudy A. Marshall of Londonderry and Arthur L. Marshall and his wife, Cheryl of Hudson; a grandson, Peter A. Plummer and his wife, Pamela; granddaughters, Laurie Johnson and her husband, Douglas, all of Londonderry, and Lauren and Brittany Marshall, both of Hudson; great-grandchildren, Briana, Clark and Trevor Plummer, Cody and Gage Johnson and Camdyn Livingston; two brothers, William A. Marshall of Nashua and John G. “Jack” Marshall and his significant other, Fern Couture of Litchfield; two sisters, Carol P. Marshall and Eleanor Beals, both of Nashua; a sister-in-law, Thelma Marshall of DeBary, Fla.; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Visiting hours and services were held at Davis Funeral Home, One Lock Street, Nashua. Interment Prayers and Burial were in Hills Farms Cemetery, Hudson. In lieu of flowers, those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider a memorial donation to the Hudson Baptist Church or the Hudson Historical Society.
Published on  September 18, 2014