Marc A. Shoaf, 32

Marc A. Shoaf, 32, of Ellwood City passed away Sunday, November 5, 2023 at his residence.

Born December 14, 1990 in Ellwood City, he was the son of Marc D. Shoaf and April Donofrio.

Marc graduated from Lincoln in 2009. During high school he played on the Football Team. After high school, he attended Vo Tech where he graduated with a nursing degree in 2013. He played darts for the Oak Grove and enjoyed camping, fishing, and football, especially the Steelers.

Survivors include his father Marc D. (Missy) Shoaf of Beaver Falls, his mother April Milnes (Christopher) Donofrio of Chewton; daughter, Gwen Shoaf of Ellwood City; two sisters, Madilyn Glitch and Caitlyn Glitch both of White Township; two brothers, James Shoaf of New Galilee and Brad Shoaf of Koppel; grandparents, Robert and Virginia Milnes of South Carolina; three uncles, Robert P. (Arin) Milnes, Donald (January) Shoaf, and John (Anna) Shoaf and aunt, Michelle Shay.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents Donald and Shirley Shoaf.

Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday November 8, 2023 from 3:00 pm until the time of the Memorial Service at 6:00 pm at the Marshall Funeral Home, 341 Main St. Wampum. Pastor Tom Milnes of the Ellport Community Church will officiate.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Funeral Home to benefit Marc’s daughter Gwen.

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4 thoughts on “Marc A. Shoaf, 32

  1. Dear, dear Marc. We will miss you forever. Our deepest condolences to his mother April, father Marc, brothers James and Bradley, sisters Madilyn and Caitlyn, his grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and his beloved daughter Gwen.

  2. We are deeply saddened for your loss. May God help you through this difficult time and may you hold all his memories close to your heart.
    RIP Marc

  3. Marc,

    I hadn’t seen you in nearly fifteen years. I admit we fell out of touch however I always kept up with you via Facebook. I was so happy to see you thriving. I have so many memories of growing up in Chewton with the rest of the Chewton crew. From the days of riding our bikes literally all day to riding dirt bikes in the ball field or corning on Halloween it was the best time. Chewton was a great place to grow up and you were a big part of that. I’ve never met a person more kind or accepting as Marc. He truly couldn’t say anything bad about anyone if he tried. He was always a happy go lucky kind of guy and that energy was felt by anyone who knew him. I want you to know your memory will be felt near and far and we won’t forget what an amazing person you were to everyone who met you. I trust you will rest in peace with no pain and we’ll ride bikes again soon.

    Your friend forever,


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