Albert Boardman Marsh, 92, of Sagamore Beach died at home on September 5.
He was the husband of 67 years to Laura (Metts) Marsh.
Mr. Marsh had a career as a commercial lobster fisherman that spanned more than 40 years.
The son of Percy and Lydia (Sampson) Marsh, he grew up in the Ellisville Village of South Plymouth. During his school years, he started lobster fishing out of Ellisville Harbor.
After graduating from high school, he attended Worcester Polytechnic Institute for two years under a Navy program. Upon completing that, Mr. Marsh trained in Pensacola, Florida, to become a Navy anti-submarine pilot. He went on to be stationed at Quonset Point, Rhode Island, and flew aboard small aircraft carriers. He later spent two years instructing first-year Navy pilots at Whiting Field Naval Base in Milton, Florida.
Mr. Marsh resigned his regular commission in 1956 to return home to Ellisville to raise his family and follow in the footsteps of his father and grandfather as a commercial fisherman. The remainder of his 22-year Naval career was with the Reserves at the South Weymouth Naval Air Station, where he became commanding officer of his squadron, retiring in 1971 with the rank of captain.
During his retirement, Mr. Marsh enjoyed volunteering for many years at the Jordan/BID Hospital in Plymouth. He also was a longtime active member of Swift Memorial United Methodist Church in Sagamore Beach until his death.
He leaves his daughters, Jane E. Marsh of Sagamore Beach and Nancy Marsh Terry of Millbrook, New York; a granddaughter, Charlotte Linn Terry of Hackensack, New Jersey; and other family.
Burial will be private.