Former Florida State University President and Trustee J. Stanley Marshall died Sunday. He was 91.Marshall, who served in the position from 1969 to 1976, presided over Florida State during one of the most turbulent periods in the university’s history – a time when FSU was known as the “Berkeley of the South – when student protests came to the forefront of national news.Marshall’s tenure at FSU began in 1958 when he became the head of the university’s science education department and an adjunct professor of physics. He was named the associate dean of the College of Education in 1965, and the dean of the college in 1967.After his retirement from the presidency in 1976, Marshall established the Florida-based James Madison Institute in 1987. He served as the organization’s president and CEO until 2000.Over the past 20 years, the former FSU president served on the Bethune Cookman University’s board of trustees, Florida State’s board of trustees and the Florida Board of Governors, the governing body of the state’s public universities.Marshall is survived by his wife Shirley, five children and 14 grandchildren.