Delegate Bob Marshall (Republican 13th District) married Catherine Fonseca in 1976. They have five children, Teresa, Chris (deceased), Mary, Joey (pictured) and Tommy (pictured), and attend All Saints Catholic Church in Manassas. They moved from Fairfax County in 1980 and have lived in Prince William County ever since. Bob has received numerous civic and service awards over the years, and also served on the Prince William County advisory committee which proposed building the Prince William Parkway.
Bob was first elected in 1991 to the Virginia House of Delegates. He was Vice-Chairman of the Counties, Cities and Towns Committee, and Chairman of a Privileges and Elections Sub Committee, as well as the Assembly’s Joint Stem Cell Study Committee.
Bob has a BA in History and Philosophy from Belmont Abbey College, North Carolina, and an MA in Humanities from California State University. He has a personal library of 2000+ books, is an avid reader of history, philosophy, constitutional issues, and medical, social and political issues of importance. His hobbies (when he has time) include weight lifting, gardening and photography.
- The Brent Society Diocese of Arlington Award, 1999
- The Family Foundation Award, Legislator of the Year Award, 1999
- Friends of the Taxpayer Award, Prince William Taxpayers Alliance, 2004
- Independent Baptists Award, 2004
- John Paul I Council Award, Outstanding Citizen of the Year Award, 1993
- The Piedmont Environmental Council, Legislative Leadership Aware, 2003
- The Miles Godwin Award for Conservatism, from the William and Mary College Republicans, 1993
- The Potomac News Award, Readers Choice Award, One of the Best Public Servants in Prince William County
- Holy Family Academy, Pro-Life Award
- The Virginia Liberty Award, from Concerned Women of America, 1993
- NRA 50 Ft. Sharpshooter Award
- NRA 50 Ft. Marksman Award
The 13th District
Delegate Bob Marshall (R) represents the 13th District in the General Assembly. The district was one of the largest districts of both State Delegates and State Senators with over 100,000 registered voters. As of 2011, the district has been redrawn and includes parts of Manassas, Haymarket, Manassas Park, Gainesville and overall district population has decreased to roughly 85,000 residents.
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The 13th District has been redrawn and fits within the following boundaries found on this map. Please click on the image to open the image in a bigger screen. Need to print? Download a printable map by clicking here.