A good man is known by what he leaves behind: friends that remember him, a family that he loved and they loved him, and the small things that he did people that helped channel their life.
The Creator needed another cycle riding angel.
Becky, Danny & I are so sorry to hear about Dale. Danny knew him through many of the men's retreats with Shady Grove. He thought so much of him. He did not realize you were his wife until he saw you at the funeral, but didn't get a chance to talk to you. He wishes he could have told him that you all sang together in the choir @ Main Street Baptist. May God give you peace and comfort in the days ahead. You are in our prayers. Danny & Kim King
Becky, Dale's children, Wayne and Sandra - We were shocked to hear of Dale's passing but know that he is in a better place. Dale was the happiest person with a smile on his face and a kind word for all. He and Adrian were schoolmates and teammates at Colfax and would talk for ever when together. Adrian had the opportunity to talk with Dale Sunday night about the up and coming class reunion and we, along with all others, will greatly miss him at any future reunions. The Marshall family were good friends and neighbors to the Tuckers on Little Santee Loop Road when we were young. May God bless and care for you during this time and may you remember fond and loving memories.
We were so sorry to hear about Dale. But Steve and I know that heaven's a little sweeter now. We will always remember his smile, jokes and how he always made us feel so welcome at church. Shady Grove has lost a great man but heaven gained another saint. Love you Becky and we are praying for you and your family
Becky, Judy and I were very sorry to hear of Dale's passing.
We will miss him very much. You and your family are in
our thoughts and prayers. Dale did so much for others and
he will be greatly missed.
Dale Marshall was a good soul. He loved the Lord and his church and he knew the scripture. He loved to laugh and make others laugh. He loved and visited and hugged the elderly people in his life. He and Becky came to most of our pickin' and grinnin' sessions and Dale fell in love with listening to music. He knew the words to most of the songs that were sang. He would not have passed the test to sing in the choir.......but he is, for sure, today singing in the choir in heaven.
You touched many lives, Dale Marshall, and you will be missed dearly.
Becky I am so sorry to hear about Dale's passing. I'm sure it was a shock to all. May God put his arms around you and comfort you and the family in this time of sorrow. Be assured that death is not the end, it's only a transition to a better place and you will be with him again. May God bless and protect you all.
Cousin, Grace Nuckles Underhill