Alyce T. Marshall, 83

Harford County banker

November 02, 2006

Alyce T. Marshall, a Harford County banker, died of progressive supranuclear palsy Friday at her son's Churchville home. She was 83 and had lived for many years at English Country Manor Condominiums in Bel Air.

The former Alyce Leverton was born in Baltimore and raised on Burgess Avenue in Hamilton. She was a 1941 graduate of Western High School and two years later married William R. Marshall Jr.

In 1960, the couple moved to Bel Air, and Mrs. Marshall was hired as a teller at First National Bank of Maryland. She later became head teller at its Bel Air branch and was promoted to the commercial loan department. She retired in 1987.

Her husband, who worked for Transcontinental Gas Co., died in 1963.

"She loved banking and loved working with the public," said her son, William R. Marshall III.

Mrs. Marshall also enjoyed sewing, crocheting and shopping for antiques.

Services were held Tuesday in Bel Air.

Also surviving are two daughters, Linda A. Rahll of Forest Hill and Nancy Lee Sostrin of Bel Air; three brothers, Donald Leverton, Paul Leverton and Jimmy Leverton, all of Baltimore; two sisters, Bertha Greer of Linthicum and Claudia Leverton of Dover, Del.; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

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