Marshall J. Jones, Daytrader: August 31, 1935 to Nov. 9, 2007

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by version77, Nov 27, 2007.

  1. Published in the San Diego Union-Tribune on 11/18/2007:

    Marshall John Jones, 72, of San Diego, passed away in his home,
    Friday, November 9th, surrounded by his wife and family, who loved
    him dearly.

    Born in El Centro, Marshall moved with parents, Marshall and
    Juanita, to San Diego. He attended Hoover High School and briefly
    Rosemead High school where he graduated, and shortly after entered
    the Army as a Paratrooper. After the service, he started a family
    with his wife Helen and soon took over his father's printing firm,
    Acme Printing Co. He was a member of the Junior Chamber of Commerce,
    Lion's Club, Elks, Kiwanis and Masons.

    His printing experience was sought by Joyce Nemeth and together,
    developed and marketed a removable Tattoo decal called Tattoos by
    Joyce. Afterwards, Marshall returned to the printing industry
    managing Paper Plus in El Cajon.

    When he retired, Marshall took up another passion, day-trading,
    and wrote a manual called Simple-As-1-2-3 putting it on his website
    where he taught his wonderful students from around the world.

    Marshall was a devoted husband to Helen for 48 years, a dedicated
    family-man, and a loyal friend. He will be greatly missed and
    lovingly thought of with every sunrise.

    Marshall is survived by his sister Marlene, wife Helen, daughters
    Renee, Sharon, Darlene, sons Marshall and Michael, sons-in-law
    Greg and Frank, and grandchildren, Joey, Frankie, Ryan, and Colette.

    Memorial Service: 1:45 p.m. sharp on November 26th, Fort Rosecrans
    National Cemetery, SD. Procession meets at flagpole entrance with
    escort to gazebo. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Sharp Hospice
    Care or American Cancer Society.

    If you would like to, please sign the guest book

    "At first it did not really sink in, until I started watching CNBC on television. They have those little arrows in a box showing the change in the Dow, Nasdaq, and S&P 500. A light went on for some reason, and I started watching every morning, keeping my eye on the Dow and the Nasdaq. At first I was looking for the divergence, then I noticed that when both the Dow and Nasdaq were in sync, the S&P 500 followed."
  3. I am surprised that Zzzzzzzzz had such a different personality on ET than in real life. Seems like a very nice man, guess he took his aggressions out on this board.

    God bless Zzzzzzzzzzz.

    Broker Broker
  4. I always has my suspicions that he did. Why else would you choose to be so confrontational about so many topics? Guess this was his bizzaro world.

    Rest in peace ZZZzzzzzzz and thanks for serving your country!
  5. Ok, I'm lost. What does this obituary have to do with ZZZzzzzzzz? :confused:
  6. ZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzz

    he is not really dead...he will rise again with another alias!



  8. Knowing Zzzzzzz he sold his alias prior to passing, one never knows.

  9. I doubt that obit is Z's.

    Starting with the most obvious: He posted two day's ago!

    2. Although he guards his personal info (to a degree), he's stated several times that he graduated from Berkeley. Also he frequently mentions his divorce.

    Z=Paratrooper? LMAO.

    Nice try though......
  10. #10     Nov 29, 2007