Marshall H. Netteberg, age 64, of East Bethel died suddenly October 20, 2020 at Cambridge Medical Center. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Marshall Herman Netteberg, age 64, died suddenly on October 20, 2020 of cardiac arrest at Cambridge Hospital. His history with heart disease was not long and only started in May 2019 when he managed to survive a massive heart attack nicknamed “The Widowmaker.” Survived by wife Anita Wong, children Natalie and Otto Netteberg (ages 17,15) siblings Veronica Johnson, Olaf (Carlene), and many loved friends and family. Preceded in death by parents Ruth and Omer, sister Bonita. Marshall was Marty to some family and friends.
Marshall loved his adventures and enjoyed his time in the Peace Corps teaching woodworking, first in St. Vincent, The West Indies, then Uganda. A thrill seeker at heart he was down for anything, skiing, snowmobiling, roller blading and especially dirt bike racing, he completed Barstow to Vegas (450 miles) in 1988. He came back to Minnesota and used his creative and technical skills for his own countertop business, Counter Creations.
Marshall was quick to volunteer any and everything to support Natalie and Otto’s long list of activities including softball, baseball, theater and hockey. If anyone needed a helping hand, Marshall was there to help often before his own needs. Hard working, dedicated and ambitious is how Otto would describe his father. Marshall’s caring and humorous personality made him easy to talk to.
Anita and family extend a deep and heartfelt thank you to everyone for the thoughts, prayers, and support through this difficult time. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.