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Marshall Eugene Janney

June 24, 1954 — May 18, 2024

Williston, Florida

Marshall Eugene Janney

Marshall Eugene Janney 69, of Ocala, Fl died at home on Saturday May 18th, 2024 in Williston, Fl after a brief battle with cancer. 


Marshall was born in Ocala, Fl on June 24th, 1954. He is preceded in death by his father Thomas Rudolph Janney and his mother Edna Jeanette Higginbotham Janney.  


He is survived by his brother Thomas Michael Janney of Satellite Beach, FL. 


Marshall spent most of his career in the construction industry beginning as a carpenter and continuing a successful fulfilling journey working as a salesman, project manager, and branch manager. Marshall was recognized as someone who had great pride in the work he did and enjoyed interacting with his peers and coworkers each day. 


He was a man who believed in working hard and playing hard whether it was driving his Vette, or racing his NASCAR style car on the tracks of Florida. But his favorite way to play was riding his Harley, “the Bee”, named after it’s classic yellow and black color scheme. He was to put many thousands of miles on the Bee riding the back roads of Florida and on trips to the motorcycle meccas of Daytona Beach Bike Week in Daytona Beach, Florida and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, and the surrounding Black Hills region. 


There are just some people who find life delicious, people who live to eat, Marshall was one of those people. He loved to explore flavors, whether cooking himself or dining in the best new spots he could discover offering his favorite foods or something a little new and different. But his favorite food of all time was fried shrimp, fried up at home, and accompanied by a special secret family sauce. But not just any fried shrimp, they had to be “Gulf Coast Pinks”, like the ones he grew up eating as a child.  


As anyone who knew Marshall well would tell you, he lived life to the fullest and we’re pretty sure he left this earth with very few...if any...regrets.


Per Marshall’s request there will be no funeral service but a celebration of life will be held by close friends and

 family.  

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