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Terence A. Marshall
February 25, 1980 ~ January 6, 2022 (age 41) 41 Years Old
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Terence A. "T-MAC" Marshall, son of Linda Smith and the late Clarence Marshall was born on February 25th, 1980 in the Bronx, New York and was peacefully called home on January 6th, 2022, at the age of 41. He is survived by his mother, Linda Smith; sisters, Trina, Tiffany, and Tamara Marshall; children, Mark, Nicholas, and Tiana Marshall.
A lifelong resident of the Bronx, Terence was educated through the New York City Department of Education and attended Alfred E. Smith High School. Terence had a natural talent for technology. He began his career at Food Direct and ironically it all started by him fixing a printer. He went on to become the IT Manager at the company for over 10 years. At the time of his passing, Terence was an independent contractor for Optimum Cable and he recently followed his dream to become his own boss and created the successful Max Technologies, LLC.
Terence had a love for music, dirt bikes, and fitness. You would often find him working out in the gym or doing calisthenics in a park. He will forever be known for his beautiful and infectious smile, smooth yet hearty laugh, and a heart and personality that was unmatched. Terence's sense of humor was an interesting one to say the least. His jokes would lighten up your day no matter what your mood was. He always had positive vibes. He was the one you could count on. He would go that extra mile to make sure everybody was good. Terence was a good man, a loving friend, and a beloved member in his community.
Terence leaves behind, his beloved brothers, Del, Eric, Carlos, Johnny, and Joel; his former wife of 17 years, Maritza Rivera; mother’s to his children, Marie Stone and Amy Matos; and host of beloved family and friends.