Robert J. "Bob" Marsh died December 8, 2020, at his home in Macon, Georgia. Bob began his OIG career in the mid-1980's in Atlanta where he was a supervisory special agent. He later served as a deputy division director in Headquarters, where among other duties, he was the primary individual responsible for OIG's investigative computer forensic efforts culminating in Al Mason's reassignment to Investigations in Kansas City and the establishment of a specialized unit there. Bob subsequently served in the King of Prussia office until he retired in the mid-1990's. Bob had a long career prior to coming to OIG beginning as a U.S. Air Force officer, special agent with both the DEA and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and regional director for investigations in Atlanta for the Commerce OIG. After retirement Bob and his wife enjoyed traveling and made numerous trips throughout England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. He is survived by his wife Darlene, three children and multiple grandchildren.