Marshall, our last surviving member, died Jan. 12, 2022, in Medford, Ore. He was 103.

Born in Chicago, he came to us from the Lawrenceville School. He served in the Army Signal Corps in North Africa and Italy after Princeton. 

Marshall earned a law degree at the University of Chicago Law School, graduating cum laude with election to the Order of the Coif in 1947. He then moved to Bellingham, Wash., where he practiced law for many years. Along the way he served in the state legislature, taught business law at several institutions, was a Superior Court judge of Whatcom County, and served on the State Court of Appeals. 

After retirement he was on the Washington State Gambling Commission and received the Washington State Bar Association Outstanding Judge award in 1992. His avocational life included intellectual activities as well as bridge (life master), skiing, hiking, camping, and whitewater canoeing. 

He is survived by his first wife, Ernestine; three children; and three grandchildren. His second wife, Katherine, predeceased him. 

Undergraduate Class of 1940