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Everett Pierce Marshall

Everett Pierce Marshall (January 12, 1939 – June 20, 2006) was an American businessman and a son of J. Howard Marshall II.

Marshall attended Millersburg Military Institute, Culver Military Academy, Webb School and received his undergraduate degree from Pomona College in 1961. He began his career at General Motors as an engine test engineer, followed by a brief tour with the U.S. Navy. After leaving the Navy, Marshall worked for the New York investment banking firm of Loeb Rhodes. He used this experience later when he entered the securities brokerage business in the 1980s.

Beginning in 1969, Marshall moved to Houston to manage various investment projects with his father, including various roles at Koch Industries, International Oil&Gas and Marshall Petroleum. While continuing to work with his father he also worked with his father-in-law. In 1981, after his father-in-law’s passing, he was elected Chairman of the Electron Corporation (an iron foundry concern). Later, he was appointed President of Electron and led the company through a successful turnaround, saving over 300 jobs in Colorado and Oklahoma. When his father’s health began to deteriorate in 1993, he ceased his securities brokerage business, delegated his responsibilities at Electron and assumed operational responsibilities at Marshall Petroleum.

Marshall was one of the voting shareholders of Koch Industries when he passed away on June 20, 2006. He is survived by his widow, Elaine Marshall, who now represents his estate, and two sons.

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