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Albert Marsing

Born: 10/15/1933, Green River, Utah
Death: 3/8/2014, Murray, Utah
Service: 03/15/2014, 12:00 pm, Moab LDS Stake Center
Interment: 03/15/2014, 1:30 pm, , Grand Valley Cemetery

Albert Marsing, 80, passed away on March 8, 2014, at IHC Regional Hospital, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

He was born October 15, 1933 to Harva and Rebecca (Lewis) Marsing in Green River, Utah. Albert attended school in Green River, Utah where he graduated valedictorian of his class in 1952. He served in the Army and was stationed in Korea between 1955-57. Albert moved his family to Moab in 1958 where he was employed as a truck driver for Decker Trucking and MacFarland & Hollinger Trucking until he retired in 1999. He spent his retirement years in Moab enjoying the beautiful scenery. He enjoyed hunting with his family, riding ATVs, gardening, and going on cruises. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

Survivors include his wife Amelia; his son, Larry (Lynnae) Marsing; his daughter, Janet (Mark) Benton; 3 sisters, Verdella Davis, Laura Faye Leach, and Donna Duncan; 2 brothers Eddie Marsing and Chad Marsing; 6 grandchildren, Kari (Craig) Weston, Heather (Phil) Kinsey, Angela (Phil) Witt, Michelle (Kyle) Cozzens, Geoffrey (Emily) Benton, and Chad Benton; 11 great grandchildren, as well as many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; 5 brothers, Harvey, Carlos, Jay, Gene, Lewis Rex, and 1 sister, Barbara Hansen; his first wife, Connie (Cottrell) Marsing and his second wife, Louise (Sims) Marsing.

A viewing will be held on Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 11:00 a.m., followed by the funeral service to begin at 12:00 noon, both to be held at the LDS Stake Center located at 701 Locust Lane, Moab, Utah. A graveside dedication will follow at Grand Valley Cemetery.


3/15/2014 - Albert may no longer be with us, but he will live on in the memories of my youth. Recently while the missionaries were visiting, we were talking about how different youth is today and I told them a story about going fishing at the Rattlesnake Pond and how my transportation came from a guy named Albert Marsing who owned a water truck and parked it at the Homestake Mining Camp. He would drop me off and deliver water to the mines, throughout the day. Then when he arrived for his last load, he would start honking his air horn and I knew that as soon as he was loaded, he was heading back to camp. I always enjoyed my trips with him and have him explain how and when to shift gears on that truck. I still remember him running his arm through the steering wheel so he could have both hands on the shifters. Those days were great and Albert helped make them that way. May the lord be with us during this time of sadness. Lawrence Spring - Lawrence Spring

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