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MARSHALL, D.D. (Beekie) 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
Black Watch Friends:

Regret to report the recent passing of Beekie Marshall in Fredericton.
‘Beekie’ was one of the icons of our Regular Force Black Watch. Born and raised in Montreal, he joined the Army early in 1952 and was sent as a reinforcement to 1st Canadian Highland Battalion in Hannover after he completed his basic training in Valcartier. In subsequent years he remained with 1st Battalion RHC wherever it went – including Aldershot, Germany again, Gagetown and Cyprus. (See Craig Cameron’s article in Canada’s Red Hackle magazine #18 Winter 2012, page 15.)
Beekie will be missed by his Black Watch brothers in arms.

Drummond "Beekie" Marshall
Drummond "Beekie" Marshall

On Wednesday, May 11, 2016, Drummond "Beekie" Marshall of Gagetown, NB, passed away at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton, NB. Drummond was born in Montreal, QC, on August 17, 1933.
Drummond is survived by his children, Cathy Rose (Vern), Kelvin Marshall, Paul Marshall and Lisa Everson (Bob); grandchildren, Ashley Rose, Tyler Rose, Kortnie Morin (Alex), Justin Marshall and Lacie Marshall; great granddaughter, Adia Winton; many nieces, nephews and extended family. Drummond was predeceased by his partner, Anne Snell.
Drummond was retired from the Canadian Armed Forces where he served with The Black Watch, including 3 tours of Cyprus. He was also a lifetime member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch # 93 in Oromocto.
At Drummond's request there will be no formal funeral service. A Legion Tribute will take place at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch # 93, 284 Restigouche Road in Oromocto, on Monday, May 16, 2016 at 2:00 pm. Visitation will be held at Oromocto Funeral Home on Tuesday, May 17 from 7-9 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations in Drummond's memory can be made to CNIB New Brunswick.

With thanks to Mel Ellis for the foregoing.
R. I. P.
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