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190 S. Franklin Ave.
P.O. Box 391
Colby, KS 67701
Phone: (785) 462-2331
Fax: (785) 462-6242
Marshall Stoecker
In Memory of
Marshall D.
1958 - 2018
Memorial Candle Tribute From
Baalmann Mortuary
"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
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Condolence From: Morgan Nichols
Condolence: I worked with Marshall at the grocery store all of my high school years--he was like a big brother to me. You knew Marshall liked you if he gave you a hard time...and that he did. He was such a good, fun-hearted person to be around and he will be deeply missed. Our family's prayers are with Irene and family during this time of sorrow.
Thursday February 08, 2018
Condolence From: John and Susan Snyder
Condolence: We could always count on Marshall engaging us in conversation. ALways friendly and welcoming. He will be missed by not only family but the community.
God's comfort and peace to all!

Love, John & Susan Snyder
Wednesday February 07, 2018
Condolence From: Lori & Troy Sporer
Condolence: I used to love to chat about Plainsmen sports when I went grocery shopping with Marshall! He was always on top of the game of the week, the competition, win-loss records and game time!
The Oakley Booster Club has their work cut out for them...finding a replacement for Marshall's cordial, yet very determined way of collecting annual dues will be a BIG job!

Sporer Land Development sponsored purple hats with Oakley Plainsmen logos. Marshall was there to pick them up to distribute EVERY August and he wasn't happy if he had to wait on them if they hadn't arrived when he came to get them!!

God bless you, Marshall.
Wednesday February 07, 2018
Condolence From: Julie Whitman
Condolence: My mind went straight back to the roly poly baby and all the times I got to babysit all three Stoeckers. There was a lot of joy in that adventure. I feel proud and lucky to have been Marshall's Aunt Julie (Nickel) Whitman.
Wednesday February 07, 2018
Condolence From: Tracy Grace
Condolence: I met Marshall about 14 years ago when we moved in the house across the street from him. We had a friendly razzing type of relationship, we had fun. He would harass me about mowing my grass and let me know if the mail had come. He called me at my place of work to let me know there was a suspicious person at my house. He would watch our house when we were out of town. Marshall was a great neighbor. He went out of his way to look out for our neighborhood. I could count on him walking Fritz every morning. In the summer, he would pull out his little stool and weed the lawn. He was faithful to visit Irene when she had to go live in at the Manor, he would take Fritz to socialize with her and the residents.
I will miss Marshall greatly. He had become like family. RIP, my friend
Tuesday February 06, 2018
Condolence From: Mark and Dianne Watkins
Condolence: So sorry and saddened to hear about Marshall. Truly an Oakley treasure and booster and he will be missed!
Monday February 05, 2018