(May 27, 2014) – Pam Marshall has retired after 15 years with the Town of Ocean City. Marshall, who joined the town’s Finance Department in 1999, has spent her career working as an accountant where she processed invoices, handled checking statements and processed telephone and gas bills.
Marshall also served as a member on the town’s Pension Board as a trustee representing the General Employees. She was responsible for completing pension accounting and sent out monthly reports to trustees, as well as prepared reports for the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. “I want to thank the Mayor and City Council and Martha [Bennett] for the opportunity to serve the town,” Marshall said. “I have enjoyed my time with the town and my many friendships with my co-workers in my department as well as through the town.”
A graduate from Salisbury University with a B.S. in Accounting, Marshall has also attended various CPE trainings. Before joining the Town of Ocean City, Marshall worked as an accountant at Sperry Rand Corp, Hacienda and Comfort Inn and Faw, Casson and Company. Along with her professional accolades, Marshal is a member of the Executive Women’s Golf Association, where she has served as a board member since 1999.
During her retirement, Marshall plans to continue her work in the Ocean City community, where she is a member of the Pink Ribbon Committee and has coordinated the committee’s golf tournament. “I plan on visiting my daughters, who live out of the area, more often,” Marshall continued. “I will miss my time here at City Hall and with my friends at the town but I am excited to see my family more, golf more and spend my days reading and relaxing.”