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Marshall Dale Armstrong

April 26, 1989 — June 3, 2024

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It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Marshall Dale Armstrong, who
left us unexpectedly on June 3, 2024, at the age of 35. Marshall was born on April 26,
1989, and lived a life filled with passion, love, and dedication.

Marshall was a man who found joy in the simple pleasures of life. An athlete: he
excelled in high school football, making the All-Star team and he also enjoyed baseball
and golf. Marshall loved rodeo and roping. He built an arena in his backyard where he
and his father could rope together.

Marshall's fondness for fishing was evident as he spent many peaceful hours by the
water, sharing this cherished pastime with his loved ones. He also loved his faithful
dogs, Dollar and Whiskey, who were constant companions and brought him immense
joy.

Marshall was a dedicated professional. As the proud owner of MDA Construction, he
built his reputation on hard work, integrity, and a commitment to excellence; this was
largely due to the support of his mentor Blaine Overson and his wife Annette. We are
grateful for their continued support of Marshall.

Marshall is survived by his mother, Margaret Armstrong and father, Robert Armstrong
(Dawn), and his son Taysom. His grandmother, JoAnn Armstrong, who held a special
place in his heart, emphasized God's love in his life and provided him with wisdom and
warmth throughout his life. He is also survived by his ex-wife and the mother of Taysom,
Jessica, with whom he shared many cherished memories. Despite the challenges he
faced, including his recent divorce and the responsibilities of fatherhood to a young son
with autism, Marshall’s love for his family endured.

Marshall loved his sisters Jessica (Sean), and Chalon (Mark), and shared an
unbreakable bond with his brother, Cody. Marshall's extended family, including
numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews, will remember him fondly for his
kindness, big heart, and incredible sense of humor.

Marshall was preceded in death by his grandfather Dale Edgar Armstrong; his
grandfather Cecil Lloyd; and his grandmother “Suki” Lloyd.

Marshall's passing leaves a void in the lives of all who knew him, but his spirit will
continue to inspire and uplift those he touched. His legacy of love for family, friends,
faith, and the outdoors will endure in the hearts of many.

A celebration of Marshall's life will be held at a later date, where family and friends will
gather to honor his memory and share stories of the joy he brought into their lives.

We, as Marshall’s family would like to acknowledge the many comforting messages,
sharing of warm memories, and expressions of kindness during our time of loss.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in honor of Marshall’s son
Taysom to: Autism Council of Utah https://www.autismcouncilofutah.org/support-us ,
Autism Speaks https://www.autismspeaks.org/donate-to-autism-speaks or a charity of
your choice.

Marshall Dale Armstrong will be dearly missed, but his memory will live on in the hearts
of those who were fortunate enough to know and love him. Rest in peace, Marshall.
To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Marshall Dale Armstrong, please visit our flower store.

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