Commissioner Marshall D. Shupe and his wife, Marlene, have been part-time residents of Florida since 1993, full-time residents since 2004, and moved to Flagler Beach in early 2007. He attended city meetings and began to take part in city activities since that time. After being elected in 2011, Marshall is proudly serving his third term. His primary goal as a city commissioner remains to represent the citizens and businesses of Flagler Beach with respect, openness, fairness, efficiency and honesty. He believes in having timely communication with all residents.
Marshall has volunteered in community events such as the Ginn Golf Tournament, the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association Fund Drives, and takes an active role in discussions related to beach restoration, water conservation, our economic development, and the problems that have effected and will concern our city in the future. He is an active volunteer in our city’s Fire Department, a Florida certified Level 1 wildland firefighter, a Florida State certified fire safety building inspector, and a supporter of our City Museum, Christmas Come True, Feed Flagler, and other community services.
After receiving his AAS degree in Automotive repair, and his Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Arts Education from New York University at Oswego, he began teaching in Central NY and continued until retirement in 1998. Marshall served as a Dean of Students, an interim vice-principal, as well as a classroom teacher for 33 years.
During that time, he was a member of:
He has three adult children, Kimberly and Christopher who live in Georgia, Jarrod and grandchildren who live here in Flagler County.
Title: Vice Chairman
Phone: (386) 439-5705
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