Going Gear’s Marshall Hoots Rest In Peace

Survival In The Wild

Mr. Marshall W. Hoots, age 37, of Marietta, passed away Monday, September 25, 2017. A celebration of his life will be held 2 pm Sunday, October 8 at the gazebo in the Arboretum and pond park behind the Smyrna Community Center. The family will receive friends at the Family Celebration Center at Carmichael Funeral Home following the service. Mr. Hoots is survived by his wife Lindsay D. Hoots, children Quinnlyn and Cullen Hoots, parents Michael Hoots and Diane Hoots, brother Matthew (Sheila) Hoots, nephews Daniel, Anthony and Matthew Hoots. Carmichael Funeral Home in Smyrna is in charge of arrangements, 770-435-4467. www.carmichaelcares.com
From Marshall’s brother:
We want to thank you for your support of Going Gear over the years. Marshall founded Going Gear to provide you all with products to support your outdoor living lifestyle. You all have been supportive of Marshall’s business and have said wonderful things about him on social media. For that I thank you.
The doors to Going Gear are still open so you can visit the store or place orders online. There are some limited items that Marshall designed.
In Marshall’s memory, we have created a trust to help his 2 beautiful children get the education they deserve when they are 18.
Thanks for your support in honoring my brother’s memory with a donation to my niece and nephew’s fund.
Here is Marshall’s tribute wall if you would like to leave some kind words for all to see:
If you would like to join us to celebrate his life come join us this Sunday:
Please keep Lindsay and his children in your thoughts and prayers.

Thanks For Watching, Liking & Subscribing! ~ Sootch00

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