Marshall B. Warrington, age 62 of Keshena, began his journey to the Spirit World on Tuesday morning, August 29, 2017, in Green Bay.
Marshall was born June 30, 1955 in Keshena, son of the late Bernard and Theresa (Wolf) Warrington. He attended school in Keshena, and later graduated from Shawano High School. He furthered his education at NE Wisconsin Technical College, earning his degree in carpentry. Marshall was employed at Tribal ITAC in Keshena. He also owned and operated Warrington Builders. Marshall was later employed at MTE for thirteen years, retiring in 2016.
On March 1, 1996, Marshall was united in marriage to Myrna “Tudy” Peters in Keshena. The couple has been together for over 41 years. He was an excellent carpenter. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, golfing, and boating. He also enjoyed camping with his family. He was an avid stock car fan, spending many Saturday nights at Shawano Speed Way. Marshall was also involved with the ice races on Shawano Lake for many years. He was totally devoted to his family.
Marshall is survived by his devoted wife, Myrna “Tudy” Warrington of Keshena; three daughters, Patricia (Paul Pamanet) Peters of Shawano, RoseMary (Byron Gatz) Warrington of Keshena, and Kristah (Aptey Doud) Warrington of Keshena; ten grandchildren, Andrea James, Shanice Peters, Darius Peters, Gene Perez, Keanna King, Shae Perez, Seth Perez, Shane Kaquatosh, Maec-Keniew Doud, and Lennyx Doud; and nine great-grandchildren. He is further survived by his brother, Richard (Rochelle) Warrington of Keshena; his sisters, Connie (Guy Reiter, Sr.) Warrington of Shawano, and Carolyn (Kevin) Tyler of Keshena; his mother-in-law, Elaine Peters of Keshena; sisters-in-law, Twila and Gary of Neopit and Tracy and Bill Waukau of Appleton; brothers-in-law, Steven Peters and Dan Peters, both of Keshena; and several nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends. Marshall had many out of town relatives who visited annually. He was preceded in death by his parents; his daughter, Stephanie Peters; his grandson, Scott Perez; two brothers, James and Bernard; and his sister, Marilyn.
A Traditional Native American Funeral Ceremony for Marshall B. Warrington will be held on Saturday, September 2, 2017 at 11:00 AM at the Marshall and Myrna Warrington residence located at W2502 County Road VV in Keshena. Relatives and friends may call after 4:00 PM on Thursday, August 31, 2017, until the time of service on Saturday.