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“We at TD Bank, are so sorry for the families loss at this difficult time. Marshall was a wonderful person and customer. He loved to just sit and chit...Read More »
1 of 30 | Posted by: TD Bank, James Island - Work

“I didn't personally know Marshall, but bought his pontoon before he went with his Fountain Boat back in Dam Bar days & it lasted YEARS! My care &...Read More »
2 of 30 | Posted by: Stephanie Shuler - Work

“Always kind, generous and soft spoken. Marshall, you will be missed on earth. You were a blessing to friends and family. ”
3 of 30 | Posted by: Jan Pollack - Friend

“We are very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our prayers.Sincerely, Richard, Melanie, Rome and Josephine Person from 1017 River Road. ”
4 of 30 | Posted by: richard person - Johns Island, SC

“I have too many memories with Marshall to write down, we rode Harleys together, boats you name it, my wife nicknamed him " Wild Child " he liked...Read More »
5 of 30 | Posted by: David Stuckey S&S Marine

“So sad to hear this. Prayers out to the family. I always enjoyed being around Marshall and that smile. ”
6 of 30 | Posted by: Wanda Ferraro

“Charlie and I are so stunned by the news of Marshall´s passing! We last saw Marshall and family at Sydney and Evans wedding. Marshall looked so good...Read More »
7 of 30 | Posted by: Jane and Charlie Napier - Friend

“So very sorry for your loss! Marshall was a very humble person. I had the great opportunity to clean his new construction homes.Never did I ever have...Read More »
8 of 30 | Posted by: Janet Austin - West Columbia, SC

“Marshall was a great boating friend and client. He helped us build our first home in Lexington, SC and after all that aggravation, I hired Marshall...Read More »
9 of 30 | Posted by: Tom Albus - Friend

“Such a happy and exciting person to be around. Always being Marshall. Loved life. Excited for everyone he was ever around. Such an inspiration to...Read More »
10 of 30 | Posted by: Denise Cochran - Lexington, SC

“Always a friend, always kind words. I'll miss him. ”
11 of 30 | Posted by: Joe Moore - Friend

“Marshall built my first home in Chapin, SC. So sorry to hear about your loss. Praying for strength and healing during this time. ”
12 of 30 | Posted by: Gina McDaniel

“Like all of Marshall´s family and friends I am heartbroken since hearing this news. Marshall and I spent days, weeks, months, and years together...Read More »
13 of 30 | Posted by: William West - Friend

“Marshall was always so much fun and a great friend. Way too many good times with he and Jen. He could always make me laugh and he will be missed! ”
14 of 30 | Posted by: Andrea Marks - Mooresville, NC

“You will be missed! ”
15 of 30 | Posted by: Andrea Marks - Mooresville, NC

“Marshall will be forever missed! He was a great friend to me and we always so much fun together. We where planning a fishing trip to catch up and...Read More »
16 of 30 | Posted by: David Hulme - Friend

“We're so sorry for your loss! Marshall seemed to be a very kind man. May the Lord comfort you all and give you peace. ”
17 of 30 | Posted by: Bob and Susan Hill - Fort Mill, SC

“Sincere condolences My prayers and thoughts are with all his family and friends. ”
18 of 30 | Posted by: Denise Cochran - Friend

“So very sad to learn about Marshall . He was truly a great friend and a man with a heart of gold . Everyone loved Marshall. I met Marshall as he was...Read More »
19 of 30 | Posted by: Robert Tate - Lexington, SC

“My Deepest Sympathies To The Family . Although I Hadn't Seen Marshall In Quit Some Time I Always Thought Of Him As A Friend . ”
20 of 30 | Posted by: Rocky Vaughn - Lexington, SC

“Marshall was a wonderful person who was loved by all. Lots of fun times and memories with him and all of our mutual friends. He will be greatly...Read More »
21 of 30 | Posted by: Susan Angell - Pawleys island, SC

“My deepest sympathy to the family, Marshall's grandfather was my brother' (Daniel Loren Koth) and he had the same Winning way with people in business...Read More »
22 of 30 | Posted by: Lois Koth Carscallen-Great Aunt

“Marshall and I had so many fun times in high school!! He was one of a kind. I always counted on him for rides home to Beaufort from Carolina. ...Read More »
23 of 30 | Posted by: Kelli Brown - Lexington, SC

“To the Hartman Family. God Bless the soul and family of Marshall... a kind and gentle guy. ”
24 of 30 | Posted by: Charles and MaryFrances Brooks

“I rremember Marshall well along with fond memories of his Mom and siblings. Marshall was brilliant and his life lived bears that out. He was taken...Read More »
25 of 30 | Posted by: Norma P. Duncan Duncan - Beaufort, SC

“His family, his friends, and South Carolina have lost a good man. ”
26 of 30 | Posted by: Michael A Mann

“I really enjoyed getting to know Marshall through our business relationship and hearing how deeply he loved his family and enjoyed his passions in...Read More »
27 of 30 | Posted by: Rex Casterline - Work

“Had great times together Daytona Bike Week he would give you the shirt off his back always positive attitude so much fun to be around ! Miss you man ...Read More »
28 of 30 | Posted by: Byron Dinkins - Friend

“Prayers to his family! Marshall was a great boss answer friend to many and he will be missed! I will always remember the good times! ”
29 of 30 | Posted by: Marlana Williams - Work

“My heart is broken. Many many prayers for the family. Marshall was a loving kind compassionate friend who will be missed so much! ”
30 of 30 | Posted by: Mandy Whitfield


Marshall Hartmann Jr., 55, loving husband, father of two daughters, and local entrepreneur, entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, July 20th, 2021. His funeral service will be held on Thursday, July 29, at the Charleston Yacht Club, 27 Lockwood Dr., at 5:00 p.m. The family will continue to receive friends after the service. Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr Inc., West Ashley Chapel.

Marshall was born on August 10th, 1965, in Savannah, GA to Marshall Hartmann Sr. and Evelyn Koth. His early childhood was spent in Beaufort, SC, where he was the oldest of four boys and one girl. He received a finance degree from the University of South Carolina in 1987 and started in the mortgage banking business. He would go on to own and operate a construction company "Collier Construction" and restaurant "Dam Bar and Grill" in Columbia, SC where he would raise a family including two daughters, Sydney and Peyton.

Marshall had a passion for business, boating, and motorcycles. His latest position was leading a unique start-up company in Charleston, SC called "Okra Medical" where he was the CEO. Marshall had a strength of caring for other people and was revered by those who worked for him or with him. At the office he created a familial and community atmosphere where his confidence and vigor were an inspiration to all. Outside of work Marshall was an avid boater. When he wasn't at the office, he was spending time with friends on the water at locations like Lake Murray, Beaufort Water Fest, and Shem Creek. He also had a passion for motorcycles and would frequent events like Bike Week in Daytona, FL and Myrtle Beach, SC.

Marshall, Jennifer, and their two dogs Beau and Charlie lived at their home on Johns Island, SC. Predeceased by his father Marshall Sr. and his mother Evelyn: Marshall is survived by his wife, Jennifer Hartmann; the mother of his children, Andrea Snelgrove Moore; his daughters Sydney and Peyton; his brothers William, Daniel, and Calhoun; and his sister Sarah.

Memorial donations may be made to the South Carolina Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, NAMI Charleston Area (SC), and the South Carolina Sheriff's Association.

A memorial message may be sent to the family by visiting our website at www.jhenrystuhr.com