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Keith Marshall

Keith Marshall

Monday, June 17th, 1929 - Wednesday, February 24th, 2021
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Kim Glover

Posted at 10:06pm
I will miss seeing and speaking with Dr Marshall. He truly was a blessing to me. I am honored to have worked with him for the past 11 years. He was such a gentleman. I will miss our conversations
Much respect
Kim Glover Dr Galiani's office

Robin Roman

Posted at 09:38am
Sylvia and I send our sincere condolences to Louise, Neil and Chris. I first met Keith in 1981 when I joined Smith, Kline and French in Philadelphia. Keith had joined the same department a few days before I did. When introduced we discovered we lived only a few miles apart in Bucks County. Since the commute into Philadelphia was difficult we agreed we would try to carpool. Since we were both scientists we decided to do an experiment. We decided to take a different route into Philadelphia for four weeks to decide the best way into the city. Well before GPS and Google Maps we relied on the old fashioned paper map. It was an interesting experiment, we discovered parts of Philadelphia that I would just as soon not visit again. When Keith left Smith, Kline and French we didn't stay in close contact would meet at an annual scientific meeting and update our friendship. In 2012 Hurricane Sandy brought Keith from New Jersey to Bucks County and eventually to Pine Run. We were neighbors again but this time a few hundred yards apart not a few miles. One of Keith's most endearing qualities was the pride he took in his children and grand children. When we talked there was more discussion of his family than either himself or myself. Keith was a good man, a good father and a good friend. I will greatly miss him.

Robin Roman

Bruce West

Posted at 10:42am
Carol and I send our deepest condolences to Louise, Chris, Neil and their families. We have had the pleasure of knowing the Marshall's for over forty years. Keith was the main reason I took a position with Colorcon all those years ago. Over the years we went from acquaintances to very good friends. He was one of those rare Ph.D's who was comfortable and productive in academia as well as the pharmaceutical industry. While Keith maintained very strong views and positions, he remained true to his scientific training and always yielded to facts and logic. Keith was an extremely intelligent and perceptive man who cared deeply for people, particularly his family. During the course of his years at the Pine Run Community we spoke regularly. I will truly miss him and those stimulating conversations.

Bruce West

Martin Thomas

Posted at 01:08pm
Sincere condolences to the family of Keith. I came to know Keith through co-presenting content on training courses for the center for Professional Advancement and will cherish those memories. As another ex-pat Brit I enjoyed Keith's company immensely and will miss his broad Yorkshire accent - and the bristling moustache. I learned a great deal about particle and powder technology from Keith and hope to carry that legacy forward.

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