Former High School Coach, John Marshall Worley, dies at 65

In South Carolina, a former high school coach who organized a horse rescue ministry, John Marshall Worley passed away.

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A former high school coach in South Carolina passed away at the age of 65.

According to his obituary, John Marshall Worley, 65, passed away on Monday at St. Francis-Downtown. John underwent open heart surgery roughly three years ago, according to Blythe, who spoke to Peyton Furtado of WYFF News 4.

She stated that he had health challenges since then, including kidney problems, but was making progress. According to Blythe, John was diagnosed with an aggressive form of prostate cancer last year. Rev. Drew Martin and Rev.

Gene Brooks will preside over Worley’s graveside services on Thursday at 3 p.m. at God’s Legacy Ranch, 189 Bratcher Drive in Honea Path.

About John Marshall Worley’s career

John Marshall Worley served in a variety of coaching capacities for 38 years, including a brief period in Greenville County. He retired from Liberty High School, where he was a baseball, softball, and football coach in addition to being the P.E. coach.

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Worley played baseball and football at Mars Hill College, which is now Mars Hill University, before beginning his coaching career. Worley founded and was the proprietor of God’s Legacy Ranch, a ministry near Honea Path noted for rescuing horses that can also “rescue” people by offering Christian biblical counseling with equine-assisted therapy.

Marshall got married to his wife Blythe.

Early life

John Marshall was 65 years old at the time of his death. He holds an American nationality and he belongs to the white ethnicity.