George Marshall, Jr. 61

George Henry Marshall  Jr, age  61 of Bogata died Friday  August 23 in Bogata.

A celebration of his life will be held  Tuesday   August 27  at 7:00pm in Bogata United Methodist Church with Rev Don Shovan  and Mike Fletcher officiating.  The family will receive friends immediately  following  the memorial service at the fellowship  hall of the church.   Services are under the direction of Wood Funeral Homes.   His family has requested  no flowers  with memorials being made to  American Cancer Society.

Mr Marshall was born Sept 10,1951 in Dallas the son of George and Judy Pevehouse  Marshall  Sr. He graduated from  Rivercrest High School and East Texas State University. He was a rancher  operating   the family ranch near  Pine Branch.   He worked  for several  years  with  Wing Ranch Rodeo Co.  of Bogata  and was a rodeo clown for a number of years.  He formed Wild Class Inc which later turned into Super Bulls Inc. which he owned until his death.

He is survived by  his mother, Judy Marshall of Bogata, one daughter Tonya Gifford and husband Cliff of Bogata, two grandchildren Bow Willis of Paris and Holley Willis of Bogata,  one sister  Dianne Gillit and husband Gary of Lubbock, and two brothers Jerry Marshall of Manhattan, New York and Jimmy Marshall and wife Sharon of Allen,Texas.

Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society,  Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK  73123

 

  1. Janet & Ed Dodd says:

    He was a dear friend from grade school on and we will miss him terribly but God has gained a great guy in heaven. Grace and Peace to his family and all who will miss our friend George.

  2. sue fletcher says:

    Tonya and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I know how your heart is hurting at this time, but trust in God and he will help you through this hurtful time because you know he is with Him now, and no more pain and suffering. It really helps to just try and remember the good times. All of you are in my prayers and thoughts. Love you. Sue Fletcher

  3. Pete Taylor says:

    During my 22 year tenure at Rivercrest, as Ag. teacher, George was one of my favorite students. His friendly and out-going personality was his most outstanding trait. He will be greatly missed. Judy, Jerry and Jimmy my most sincere sympathy is extended. Diane I never had the pleasure of meeting you.

  4. Debra Woods Brown says:

    George was a unique individual and will be greatly missed by many. He was a good friend and I always enjoyed talking with him. Prayers for his family.

  5. Linda and Gene Pool says:

    George will be missed by many, he was indeed unique individual and always something to laugh about. Had the pleasure of meeting George while helping with Super Bull in Albuquerque and Farmington a few times, our prayers go out to the family and maybe the good Lord be with each of you during this time. RIP George, you fought a great battle, and you ultimately won…you are in the arms of God now!! Gene and Linda Pool

  6. jo harr says:

    George was an awesome cowboy,friend, mentor to so many people I’m so thankful that I was blessed to call him my friend! He fought his battle with the utmost courage and faith. I’m thankful to know that as he took his final ride through the gates of heaven he was finally pain free and smiling down on us knowing that his lifetime dashes were full of memories that none of us will ever forget!! God bless his family for they meant the world to George. thanks again my friend until we meet again on the other side!! ♥♥♥ Jo Lynne Harr-Arkansas

  7. Greg Peters says:

    George was a dear friend and a heckuva good guy! We became friends years ago dealing on Dodge trucks and sponsoring Superbull here in Little Rock,Ar at Little Rock Dodge. He continued to buy trucks from me where ever I went. Loyalty like that barely exists anymore. More importantly he was as loyal a friend. George will always be loved and missed by The Dodge Boys her in Arkansas. RIP my friend.
    Sincerely,
    Greg Peters

  8. Audrey Scott says:

    Judy and family — I am so sorry for your loss. He was a good friend of my two children (Britt & Deborah Scott) during school at Bogata and Rivercrest High and also in Church at Bogata. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. In Christian Love. Audrey Scott

  9. Julia Minix-Goss says:

    Our hearts are heavy thinking of existing on this earth without knowing George is further than a phone call away. He was truly one of the greatest friends, producers, mentors, or Cowboys, we have ever known. God is good ALL the time so I’m comforted by his calling of George at this time. Excellence in all areas of life was truly George’s strong suit. From Wild Class productions to Superbull Stardom. Thanks you for always including our family farm with you world class standards!!!! Peace and comfort is our prayer for all who are missing him today.
    With Love and our utmost respect,

    Spurring G Farm
    Jr, Jules, Michael, and Emily Goss

  10. Tracy Wyche says:

    We loved George, Our thought and prayers to you all.

    The Wyche’s

  11. BrianManson says:

    Had the privilege of pushing dirt for George’s events the last several years. He was a professional and great man to work for, which is obvious by the outpouring of comments from the rodeo world.

    RIP George!

  12. Bill Buckman says:

    Judy, Tonya, Jerry, Jimmy, Diane,–family,
    George was such a friend to many, hard to imagine anyone that ever met him that would not have wanted him as their friend, he was just that kind of guy. He was not only my friend, but my ol’duck hunting buddy from many years ago. I miss him already. So glad I got that short visit with him last week.

    From myself and my brother, please know our deepest sympathy to you all in this loss of a member of a family that has been friends to our family for so, so many years. God Bless and comfort.

    Bill and Earl Lynn Buckman
    (Skidish Willie, as George would often call me)

  13. Sam Williams says:

    We just got word yesterday, October 17th, of George’s passing. We are all devastated here in Bakersfield, CA. We expected to see his smiling face on November 2nd for our PBR event. Our entire staff send our condolences and prayers to his family.
    I will personally miss him more than words can express.
    Sam Williams

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