Paul Gerald Marshall
December 13, 1949 - March 4, 2020
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A planned service celebrating Paul’s life for Thursday, April 16, 2020 at Roberson Funeral Home in Port Charlotte, has been postponed in compliance with government guidelines to help protect our community. Services for Paul will be rescheduled when permitted and announced at a later. Thank you, the Marshall Family.

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Paul Gerald Marshall, 70, of Port Charlotte, Florida, passed away on Wednesday, March 4, 2020, in Port Charlotte. Paul was born on December 13, 1949 in Fayetteville, North Carolina, to the late Gerald Paul and Margaret (Gaydos) Marshall.  Paul, a Tax Accountant, served many tax clients through the years from his business, Tax Marshalls Inc.,…

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Marcia and Rene T. left a message on July 14, 2020:
Marshall family, We are very sad to hear of Mr. Paul Marshall's passing. We have know him over 20 years. He was such a nice guy. We could have talked for hours. Our deepest condolences to the family.
The Hyacinthe Family left a message on April 2, 2020:
We were deeply saddened to hear of Mr. Marshall’s death. He was such a selfless man and was never bothered with whatever you asked of him. My husband and I have been doing our taxes with him for over 20 years now and there will be no one like him. Mr.Marshall, thank you so much for your service in this community and to our family. You will be greatly missed. May God be with your family and friends during this time.
Wendy Sturdevant left a message on March 19, 2020:
Paul was one of the nicest people I had ever met. He always had a smile on his face and he never made me feel that any question I asked was stupid. I will miss him very much.
Sandy Mays left a message on March 11, 2020:
I have known Paul for over 22 years - first as our personal tax consultant and then as a business tax consultant too. He has helped me navigate through many life occurrences and always had my best interest at heart. We shared stories of our mothers and I remember him as a most devoted son. I did not realize he was ill until recently and I am truly shocked at his passing which I only learned of today. My deepest condolences to his wife, family and friends. May angels guide him swiftly to the arms of our lord. He will truly be missed.
Vincent Delle-Donne left a message on March 10, 2020:
I've been friends with Paul's son, Phil, for as long as I can remember. Growing up in Port Charlotte, Phil and I went to the same school had the same circle of friends. One of my favorite childhood memories was Paul loading a group of us into his van early one cool Saturday morning and driving us to his paintball field. I think we were all around 11 or 12 years old, and other than Phil, I don't think any of us had played paintball before. I still remember the group's excitement and laughter as Paul drove us to the field in Punta Gorda. Paul made sure we all had a great time...he made sure we were safe, coached us up in that soft spoken soothing voice I will always remember, and he treated us all like we were his own sons for the day. Our group of friends had an amazing day playing paintball, horsing around and poking fun at each other like any group of 11 year old boys would do. That day was truly the perfect example of childhood fun in it's purest form, and as I sit here now at age 45, the memory of that day which Paul made possible, still remains one of my most precious memories of childhood. I will always remember Paul and be forever grateful to him for giving us that day....a day that completely embodied boyhood friendships, laughter, purity, and fun. Thank you Paul, you will be missed as much as those uncomplicated childhood days.
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Edie Marshall left a message on March 9, 2020:
My father was a quirky man with sarcastic wit and an adventurous mind. He once bought the phone number for time and temperature in Punta Gorda because he wanted people to call him Father Time. He ran a paintball business for many years out of his tax office. He bought pinball machines and put them in laundromats, he bought a shrimp boat just for the free shrimp, and the list goes on. My first job was working for him as a secretary when I was 18, and now I'm taking over his tax business. His clients weren't just clients, they were family and friends to him. He was with them through births, deaths, gains and losses, and I hear from them everyday how much he is missed. Thanks, dad, for passing your intellect and sense of humor to me. Anyone know the going rate on a shrimp boat?
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