John Marshall - Vice President/Treasurer
John Marshall has been a resident of Colorado since 1994 after leaving Memphis, Tennessee to attend graduate school at the University of Colorado. He has been employed in the pharmaceutical, and now biotechnology industry. John is interest in both science and helping patients in time of need. His current responsibilities involve consulting with patients and physicians in hope of patient’s receiving medications to treat ultra-rare genetic disorders. Additionally, he is now getting involved in both stem cell and solid organ transplant therapeutic areas.
John and his wife Julie have two boys, Zachary and Cooper. Zachary is a freshman in college, and Cooper is a sophomore at Heritage High School. Their dog, Aspen, is undoubtedly the most spoiled pet in the Centennial state. The family spends time at their home in Littleton and their condominium in Dillon.
John is an avid fly fisherman, backpacker, skier, and rafter. Being outside is a central part of his life. He recently took part in the Blue River Watershed Group's River Clean-Up. He even saved a bird's life by removing a fishing fly from its beak.
John has a true love of the environment. He aspires to protect wild land and water ecosystems. In addition to joining FOLBR, John has joined Trout Unlimited, and the Henry’s Fork Foundation. He is committed to all three organizations with the intent of protecting cold water fisheries and the lands that they meander through.