Rob Marshall, A.T.C.
Rob Marshall is a 1989 graduate of St. Edward High School. Rob continued his education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and graduated in 1995. Rob has worked as an Athletic Trainer in the Columbus area since 1995.
Rob is the Program Director of Athletic Training with Columbus Community Hospital. He is well known in the Columbus community and across the state of Nebraska, for countless hours he has spent providing medical services and coordinating health care coverage for a variety of athletic events. He is involved in developing concussion legislation in the state of Nebraska. He has spent immeasurable hours making sure the health care of student athletes in the state of Nebraska is the best that it can be.
In addition to his duties at Columbus Community Hospital, Rob also finds time to serve as the director of Athletic Training Services for the Columbus Area Youth Football League and USA wrestling of Nebraska. He also is a member of the Unit Way Big Pals/Little Pals in Columbus.
Rob is a member of the NSATA, MAATA (District V), NATA, since 1995. He has served the NSATA as a committee chairman, vice-president, two terms as president and past president.
Rob has been elected President for District V of the National Athletic Trainers Association. Rob also has served five years on the District V Board of Directors as the State of Nebraska President, Vice-President, and Secretary.
Rob was recognized with the Nebraska Schools Athletic Association (NSAA) Distinguished Service Award. Rob was honored in 2009 by the NSATA as their “George Sullivan” Athletic Trainer of the year and by Unit Way Big Pals/Little Pals in Columbus as the Big Pal of the Year.
Rob is married to Denise Marshall. Rob has two children, Cyrus and Harper. He is member of Immanuel Lutheran Church. He is an avid hunter and outdoorsman.