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July 1, 1994 | By Ron Reid, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Villanova yesterday named assistant coach John Marshall to succeed Marty Stern as the school's head track coach. The 30-year-old Marshall, an Olympian and former Wildcat whose coaching experience consists of two seasons as an assistant on Stern's staff, will coach both the men's and women's track and cross-country programs. If that seems a big jump in responsibility, neither Marshall nor Villanova athletic director Gene DeFilippo seemed concerned. "I think every coach in America who applied for this job had something against him," Marshall said, "so I didn't worry about it. I concentrated on the positives I had for this job. I never really worried about my lack of experience or lack of tenure because I feel I had a lot to offer.
SPORTS
April 18, 1996 | By Joe Juliano, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
John Marshall remembers 1982, in an era when Villanova dominated the Penn Relays like no other school in the carnival's history, and coach Charlie Jenkins asked him to anchor two of the Wildcats' Championship of America teams. As a freshman. Now Marshall is the coach of Villanova's young Wildcats, both men and women. Now he gets his chance to put some freshmen squarely into the stress tank that is Franklin Field during Penn Relays week, which just happens to be next week. "You don't like to anchor freshmen, but sometimes you have to do that, have that baptism immediately," Marshall said yesterday at the kickoff news conference for the 102d carnival.
NEWS
August 2, 2007 | By Lini S. Kadaba and Joseph A. Gambardello INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
U.S. Navy photographer John Marshall Jr. came home safe from tours of duty in the Persian Gulf and Iraq. But on Tuesday evening, a bullet found the 36-year-old father of four as he visited with family in Fern Rock. He was killed a mere few steps from his children. Petty Officer Second Class Marshall, who lived in Virginia Beach, Va., was shot while he tried to break up an argument outside his boyhood home on the 5900 block of Marvine Street. It involved his younger brother and a domestic dispute, police and family said yesterday.
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May 20, 1994 | The Philadelphia Inquirer / GERALD S. WILLIAMS
Adrian Butler of Wales leads a wall art project to be dedicated today at Marshall Elementary School in Frankford. Working on the "Freedom of the Press" segment of "John Marshall and the Constitution" are (from left) Butler, Nicole Bauchmin, Dwayne Thorpe, Courtney Smith, Kireem Jones and Chris Romaniw.
NEWS
May 27, 2012 | Inquirer Staff Report
1. c. William Howard Taft. 2. a. Robert Todd Lincoln. 3. b. John Marshall. 4. d. Thurgood Marshall. 5. c. Medgar Evers. 6. b. Benjamin O. Davis Sr. 7. a. Anita Newcomb McGee. 8. c. Edward H. White. 9. d. Walter Reed. 10. d. 1900.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 3, 2012 | By Michael Klein, Philly.com
Two local chefs, both at crossroads in their lives, are among the 18 contestants in the 10th season of the Fox cooking series Hell's Kitchen, premiering at 8 p.m. Monday. Barbie Marshall, who will submit to the tender ministrations of Gordon Ramsay, was a Johnson & Wales University-trained chef and mother living in Southwest Philadelphia, juggling home life and work at such restaurants as 1225 Raw Sushi, Rx, and Philadelphia Fish & Co. One day five years ago, she couldn't reach her estranged husband, who she knew had been visiting his mother's house in the city's Fern Rock section with their two young children.
NEWS
September 17, 2000 | By Kristen A. Graham, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
John Marshall used to squirt his wife with Silly String when she came home from work, an ambush of sticky green gook just to make sure she laughed a little every day. Marshall held multiple degrees and was working toward his doctorate in bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania. He was an athlete - a soccer player and a rock climber. The AIDS complications that ravaged his body for years finally killed him in 1995. Doctors suspect that Marshall, a mild hemophiliac, contracted the HIV virus from a contaminated blood factor when he was in high school and had surgery to repair a soccer injury.
SPORTS
June 11, 1998 | by Edward G. Robinson, III, Daily News Sports Writer
Kate Etter wants her coach back. Etter, a distance runner at Villanova, wants the school to bring back John Marshall as head coach of the men's and women's track and field team. On Tuesday, Villanova announced that Marshall, its coach since 1994, would not return as coach next season in order to pursue other opportunities. At that time, Marshall contradicted the university, saying it was not his idea to leave. Etter, a junior, said she was representing several teammates in her plea to get Marshall back.
NEWS
October 30, 2011
Cynthia Churchman Marshall, 80, of Devon, who sold homes on the Main Line for almost 40 years, died of a lung infection Tuesday, Oct. 25, at Paoli Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Marshall attended Miss Zara's School in Chestnut Hill, graduated from Springside School, and attended Carleton College in Minnesota for two years. On Halloween in 1952, she married John Marshall. They met at Charles Blum Advertising Agency in Philadelphia. She was a secretary, and he was an account executive.
SPORTS
July 1, 1994 | by Mike Kern, Daily News Sports Writer
John Marshall set goals. He had dreams. He wanted to be a Division I track and field head coach at the "top level. " And now, that's precisely where the 30-year-old former Olympian is starting out. Yesterday, Marshall was named the new coach at Villanova. He'll take over both the men's and women's programs for the highly-successful Marty Stern, who officially retires Aug. 1. For the last two years, Marshall was Stern's No. 1 assistant. "The best place to start is at the top," said Marshall, who ran middle distance for the Wildcats from 1981 to 1985.
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June 3, 2012 | By Michael Klein, Philly.com
Two local chefs, both at crossroads in their lives, are among the 18 contestants in the 10th season of the Fox cooking series Hell's Kitchen, premiering at 8 p.m. Monday. Barbie Marshall, who will submit to the tender ministrations of Gordon Ramsay, was a Johnson & Wales University-trained chef and mother living in Southwest Philadelphia, juggling home life and work at such restaurants as 1225 Raw Sushi, Rx, and Philadelphia Fish & Co. One day five years ago, she couldn't reach her estranged husband, who she knew had been visiting his mother's house in the city's Fern Rock section with their two young children.
NEWS
May 27, 2012 | Inquirer Staff Report
1. c. William Howard Taft. 2. a. Robert Todd Lincoln. 3. b. John Marshall. 4. d. Thurgood Marshall. 5. c. Medgar Evers. 6. b. Benjamin O. Davis Sr. 7. a. Anita Newcomb McGee. 8. c. Edward H. White. 9. d. Walter Reed. 10. d. 1900.
NEWS
December 22, 2011 | By Sally A. Downey, Inquirer Staff Writer
John Marshall, 91, of Devon, a retired communications director and a senior member and facilitator of a prostate-cancer support group, died of sepsis on Thursday, Dec. 15, at Paoli Memorial Hospital. His wife of 58 years had died two months ago, and although the official cause of Mr. Marshall's death was complications from an infection, he died of a broken heart, their son William said. Mr. Marshall graduated in 1938 from West Philadelphia High School. He was student body president, starred in several Shakespeare productions, and was voted "peppiest" member of his class, his son said.
NEWS
October 30, 2011
Cynthia Churchman Marshall, 80, of Devon, who sold homes on the Main Line for almost 40 years, died of a lung infection Tuesday, Oct. 25, at Paoli Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Marshall attended Miss Zara's School in Chestnut Hill, graduated from Springside School, and attended Carleton College in Minnesota for two years. On Halloween in 1952, she married John Marshall. They met at Charles Blum Advertising Agency in Philadelphia. She was a secretary, and he was an account executive.
NEWS
August 2, 2007 | By Lini S. Kadaba and Joseph A. Gambardello INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
U.S. Navy photographer John Marshall Jr. came home safe from tours of duty in the Persian Gulf and Iraq. But on Tuesday evening, a bullet found the 36-year-old father of four as he visited with family in Fern Rock. He was killed a mere few steps from his children. Petty Officer Second Class Marshall, who lived in Virginia Beach, Va., was shot while he tried to break up an argument outside his boyhood home on the 5900 block of Marvine Street. It involved his younger brother and a domestic dispute, police and family said yesterday.
NEWS
September 17, 2000 | By Kristen A. Graham, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
John Marshall used to squirt his wife with Silly String when she came home from work, an ambush of sticky green gook just to make sure she laughed a little every day. Marshall held multiple degrees and was working toward his doctorate in bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania. He was an athlete - a soccer player and a rock climber. The AIDS complications that ravaged his body for years finally killed him in 1995. Doctors suspect that Marshall, a mild hemophiliac, contracted the HIV virus from a contaminated blood factor when he was in high school and had surgery to repair a soccer injury.
SPORTS
June 23, 1998 | by Marcus Hayes, Daily News Sports Writer
On the day Marcus O'Sullivan began his ticklish new job, he gathered his charges and explained things. He told Villanova's men's and women's track athletes that he knew it had to be a shock to lose their coach, John Marshall, to what Marshall intimated was a forced resignation June 9. O'Sullivan pointed out that he also suddenly lost his coach, Jumbo Elliott, who died in March 1981 when O'Sullivan was a Villanova freshman. After agreeing to a three-year contract yesterday, O'Sullivan encouraged the runners to enjoy their summer break and to return refreshed for the fall cross country season, with Marshall's messy departure behind them.
SPORTS
June 11, 1998 | by Edward G. Robinson, III, Daily News Sports Writer
Kate Etter wants her coach back. Etter, a distance runner at Villanova, wants the school to bring back John Marshall as head coach of the men's and women's track and field team. On Tuesday, Villanova announced that Marshall, its coach since 1994, would not return as coach next season in order to pursue other opportunities. At that time, Marshall contradicted the university, saying it was not his idea to leave. Etter, a junior, said she was representing several teammates in her plea to get Marshall back.
SPORTS
April 18, 1996 | By Joe Juliano, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
John Marshall remembers 1982, in an era when Villanova dominated the Penn Relays like no other school in the carnival's history, and coach Charlie Jenkins asked him to anchor two of the Wildcats' Championship of America teams. As a freshman. Now Marshall is the coach of Villanova's young Wildcats, both men and women. Now he gets his chance to put some freshmen squarely into the stress tank that is Franklin Field during Penn Relays week, which just happens to be next week. "You don't like to anchor freshmen, but sometimes you have to do that, have that baptism immediately," Marshall said yesterday at the kickoff news conference for the 102d carnival.
SPORTS
July 1, 1994 | By Ron Reid, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Villanova yesterday named assistant coach John Marshall to succeed Marty Stern as the school's head track coach. The 30-year-old Marshall, an Olympian and former Wildcat whose coaching experience consists of two seasons as an assistant on Stern's staff, will coach both the men's and women's track and cross-country programs. If that seems a big jump in responsibility, neither Marshall nor Villanova athletic director Gene DeFilippo seemed concerned. "I think every coach in America who applied for this job had something against him," Marshall said, "so I didn't worry about it. I concentrated on the positives I had for this job. I never really worried about my lack of experience or lack of tenure because I feel I had a lot to offer.
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