Louis Stephan Marjon, born on September 4, 1945 in Atlantic City, New Jersey to Pierre and Lilli Marjon, came into this world marching to the beat of his own drum from day 1. Lou is preceded in death by his father Pierre, his adored mother Lilli, Peter, his brother and Lucas, his first born son. Lou grew up in Santa Cruz, New Mexico was proud of his Northern New Mexican heritage as well as his heritage from Montenegro. Lou carried a passion for life, love, and justice into every endeavor. In many things great and small he was a pioneer; medical malpractice in New Mexico, prisoners’ rights in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, educating immigrant children and adults in Southwest Florida and Running. His accomplishments are voluminous as are the friendships he made throughout the world. Lou was always an adventurer and traveled extensively. He shared his love for travel with his children, Joachim and Hannah and his wife, Sandi. Lou was an active community member, running for state legislature in New Mexico, and participating and building numerous organizations from his college days to the end of his life. He was especially proud of his work for the anti-war and peace movements. Running was his constant through life. He excelled in the sport and generously shared his knowledge with a legion of runners thought out the world. He is survived by his wife and best friend of 16 years, Sandi Marjon, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Lou is most proud of his two surviving Children, Joachim Marjon of Albuquerque, New Mexico and Hannah Hayes of Fort Myers, for whom their father was a superhero. His three grandchildren, Magnus, Raphael and Fiona Marjon brought so much love and lightness to his past few years. Lou will be remembered as a fighter of injustice wherever he saw it and for his family - He was an icon in law, life and love.