Alfred Clark Marble, Jr. (known as "Chip") (4 April 1936 – 30 March 2017) was the Bishop of Mississippi from 1993 to 2003 and the Assisting Bishop of North Carolina between 2005-2013 in the Episcopal Church 

Marble was born on April 4, 1936 in Oneonta, New York. He studied at the University of Mississippi, the University of the South's School of Theology, and the University of Edinburgh. He was ordained deacon on June 22, 1967 and was appointed as a curate at St James’ Church in Jackson, Mississippi. After his ordination to the priesthood in 1968, he served at St. Timothy’s Church in Southaven, Mississippi, Holy Cross Church in Olive Branch, Mississippi, St Peter’s Church in Oxford, Mississippi and chaplain in the University of Mississippi and at the Church of the Nativity in Water Valley, Mississippi. 

In 1991 Marble was elected Coadjutor Bishop of Mississippi. He was consecrated on June 15, 1991. He succeeded as diocesan bishop on September 18, 1993. During his time in Mississippi he was involved in bringing about racial reconciliation, efforts in working with the poor, immigrants, LGBT persons, and those who are disenfranchised or ignored, for which he was awarded the Bishop’s Medal at the 198th Annual Convention. After his retirement from Mississippi in 2003, he served as assisting bishop in the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. During his time in North Carolina, he was involved in setting up the Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission. He died on March 29, 2017.