Gregory died Oct. 13, 2021, in Washington, D.C., after a hard-fought battle against metastatic prostate cancer. He was 54.

He came to us from St. Albans School. At Princeton he majored in architecture.

Gregory applied his intellect and skill to the fields of computer-aided design and information technology, most recently as the assistant tunnel manager for the D.C. Department of Transportation. Gregory also was creatively talented, expressing himself through drawing, painting, and building. He was a comic book and sci-fi film enthusiast and an avid action-figure collector. He could fix just about anything, approaching each project with patience and meticulousness.

Gregory is survived by his children, Caleb and Esther Dyson-Marshall; his partner, Mary Johnson, and her son, Amar Johnson; his mother, Rita Hall Marshall; his father and stepmother, Everett and Beverly Marshall; his brother, Everett “Chip” Marshall III, and family; and his sister, Keren Dolan, and family. 

Undergraduate Class of 1990