George W. Marshall, Jr. Memorial Endowed Presidential Scholarship
In 1972, George and Ada Mae returned to Houston, where he retired after 35 years. In retirement, George enjoyed teaching and was actively involved in English as a Second Language programs.
George always considered UT Austin the greatest university in the nation, having provided him with the best education to pursue his career. He often recalled the many professors who had a positive impact on his education and spoke of their lasting influence.
When George passed away in 1991, Ada Mae established the George W. Marshall Jr. Endowed Presidential Scholarship in his memory.
Update: Ada May Marshall passed away in June, 2013. An Endowed Presidential Scholarship in her name was created in March of 2015.