Somerville Remembering Marshall M. Sloane Century Bank Founder

Our sincere condolences go out to the family and friends of Marshall M. Sloane who passed away this past weekend.

Marshall M. Sloane was the founder, Chairman, and inspirational leader of the Century Banks.

Marshall M. Sloane will be sadly missed here in Somerville by many, especially by his beloved Century family.

Obituary and funeral service information:

SLOANE, Marshall M. Age 92, of Chestnut Hill, MA, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on April 6, 2019. Beloved husband of Barbara (Gluck) Sloane. Devoted father of Barry R. Sloane and his wife Dr. Candace Lapidus Sloane, Linda Sloane Kay and her husband Jonathan B. Kay, and Jonathan G. Sloane. Cherished grandfather of Marshall M. Sloane II, Jacob G. Sloane II, Charles S.M. Sloane, Joshua B. Kay and his fiancée Brooke L. Patkin, Rachel Sloane Kay and Franklin A. Ross, Tallen K. Sloane, Austin W. Sloane, Tabor F. Sloane and Kensington A. Sloane. Loving brother of Elaine S. Blank and her husband Harry, the late Irene S. Gainsboro, Shirley S. Izen and Melvin Sloane. Services at Temple Israel, 477 Longwood Ave., Boston (Parking on the Riverway), on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, at 11am. Following interment at Sharon Memorial Park, 40 Dedham St., Sharon, the family will receive friends and family at Pine Brook Country Club, 42 Newton St., Weston, until 8pm. Memorial Observance will continue on Thursday, at Century Bank, 400 Mystic Ave., Medford, 4-8pm. In lieu of flowers remembrances may be made to Spirit of Adventure Council, Boy Scouts of America, 600 West Cummings Park, Woburn, MA 01801 or Boston University, Sloane House, 135 Ivy St., Brookline 02446.

2 thoughts on “Somerville Remembering Marshall M. Sloane Century Bank Founder”

  1. Big loss for the community. Marshall Sloan was a kind very generous man who will be missed by many of the causes that he supported. Rest in Peace.

  2. Marshall Sloane graduated from Somerville high with my father Stames N. (Nicky) Stiles (Class of 44) they were high school and Somerville buddies. My father always spoke very highly of him. I have noting but respect and admiration for men and women of the greatest generation, who grew up during the depression and WW II. R I P.

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