Fort Worth, Texas - Another World War II veteran has passed. Cherrie Marshall died at home on January 6, 2022, surrounded by family. Born in Harrold, SD to Carlus and Minnie Taylor, she was raised on a small farm/ranch riding horses and herding cattle. Her uncle raised horses for the U.S. Cavalry which Cherrie enjoyed racing in local events. Cherrie received her nursing degree from the University of Minnesota in 1944 and served as an Army nurse on the island of Luzon, Philippines and later in the Occupation Army in Japan, where she met her future husband, Luther. Luther and Cherrie were married in 1946 and enjoyed years of travel around the world and frequent trips to South Dakota. Cherrie was a kind and thoughtful neighbor, always ready to offer a helping hand. She was an avid gardener and bridge player, a member of the Woman’s Club of Fort Worth and Colonial Country Club and served on the Altar Guild of the Lutheran Church. In addition to her husband, Luther L. Marshall, Jr., Cherrie is survived by her children Luther Marshall III (wife Leta) of Ft. Smith, AR; David Marshall (wife Barbara) of Dallas, TX; Kay Marshall of Aledo, TX; Joan Marshall of Santa Fe, NM; and her sister, Violet Karst of Aberdeen, SD; two grandchildren (Lauren Lee and Thomas Marshall); and two great-grandchildren (William and James Lee). Cherrie was predeceased by her parents, brother Arthur Taylor and sisters, Florence Taylor, Morene Seely, Sandy Horton and Viola Feistner. The family thanks Angelica, Jessica, Julia, Juanita, Leesa, Marty, Mercedes and Traci for the wonderful care she received. A memorial celebration will be held Tuesday, January 25, at 1:30 pm in the Chapel at First Presbyterian Church, 1000 Penn St. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lutheran World Relief Fund, P. O. Box 170, Baltimore, MD 21297-1061.
To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Mrs. CHARROLD ADRIAN TAYLOR MARSHALL please visit our Sympathy Store.
To order memorial trees
or send flowers to the family in memory of CHARROLD ADRIAN "Cherrie" TAYLOR MARSHALL, please visit our flower store