Marshall and his wife, Megan, and their young sons live on a small 23-acre farm near Spring Hill Village. They raise Suffolk sheep and goats.
Marshall Pattie was born and raised in Virginia. His family history in Augusta County dates back to the Revolutionary War.
For the past eight years Marshall has represented one of the most conservative districts in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Marshall first won the North River Board of Supervisor seat in 2012. In 2015, Marshall challenged incumbent Senator Emmett Hanger for the 24th District Seat in the Republican primary. Though he didn’t win the nomination, he had the opportunity to meet people from around Virginia and learn about the concerns of many conservatives. Marshall won his second term for board in 2016 with 70% of the vote.
Marshall has been a professor of management at James Madison University since 2008. He teaches how to manage employees. Prior to working as a management professor, Marshall worked as a business process risk consultant and internal auditor.
He is a graduate of Texas Christian University, with an MBA from George Washington University and a Ph.D. in business from the University of Texas at Arlington. His Ph.D. is in management.
Spring Hill Presbyterian Church ECO
Spring Hill/Pleasant View Ruritan Club – Member
JMU College Republican Club – Advisor
Augusta County Republican Committee – Member
Served on Shenandoah Valley Partnership
Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission – Treasurer – Executive Board Member