Rev. Marshall Allen Honeycutt was born on August 25, 1941 as the son of John Wesley and Margie Varner Honeycutt. The Rev. Marshall Honeycutt passed away peacefully at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital in Guilford County on June 5, 2021 at the age of 79. He was preceded in death by his parents, his son, Michael Honeycutt and his brother, Daryll Honeycutt. Marshall was a very loving father, brother, grandfather and great grandfather. He is survived by his wife of 26 years, Evelyn Honeycutt; his children, Leah Hill (Rob), Robbin Crutchfield, Anthony Cable (Beverly) and Melba Mills (Michael). He has 11 grandchildren: Eric, Brian, Megan, Kayla, Tony, Jenna, Rachel, Aaron, Kailey, James and Peyton. He also has 4 great grandchildren, Ruth, Kasyn, John and Noah. He is also survived by his sisters, Sherron Reynolds (Dean) and Debbie Middleton.
Marshall will be loved and remembered as a proud patriot and Coast Guard Veteran, Drummer, Golfer, Machinist, Chaplin, Mason and Shriner. He played the drums in the US Coast Guard Band and for the Shriners, played golf anytime he could, and loved everyone that he met. He had puppets and enjoyed seeing the faces of children light up as they came on stage. He worked as a machinist at Strandberg and Loved the Lord with his heart first. He enjoyed camping and was proud when he was behind the wheel of the motorhome. He was honored to stand and cover his heart for the National Anthem. He always had a smile and kind words for any veteran that came his way, and he will be missed by so many souls that he had to leave behind.
He will be Honored at Burnett’s Chapel UMC at 1201 Burnett’s Chapel Rd. Greensboro, NC 27406 on June 13, 2021. Visitation with the Family will be at 3 pm and the service with Military Honors will follow at 4 pm.
A memorial service will be held at Memorial Baptist Church where he was a long-time member. The church is located at 873 Pee Dee Ave. Norwood, NC 28128 on June 19, 2021. Visitation with the Family will be at 3 pm and the service will follow at 4 pm officiated by Dr. Josh Phillips.
Loving donations may be sent to either Burnett’s Chapel UMC or Memorial Baptist Church Children’s Ministries to honor his love of the Puppets.
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