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Marsha Rae
Gabehart (Finken)

August 26, 1948 – November 2, 2018

Marsha Gabehart
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Condolence From: Regina Pfeifer
Condolence: I worked with Marsha for many years. She was always a joy to work with. I will remember her most for her great laugh and sense of humor. I feel honored to have known her. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Sincerest Sympathy, Regina Pfeifer (W&R)
Thursday November 08, 2018
Condolence From: Monica Aguirre
Condolence: To The Family of Marsha, I had the pleasure of working with Marsha for many years and I know that she has a vibrant spirit and a wonderful heart. I just want to send condolences to her loved ones and share that along side you, there are many others that will miss Marsha. She spoke to lovingly about her sons and I know that she loved you all deeply. I am blessed to have shared a part of her life and I know God will embrace her in the next life. With much sympathy, Monica Aguirre (W&R)
Thursday November 08, 2018
Condolence From: Larisha
Condolence: I am sorry for your loss. I hope that Marsha's family find hope in God's word the Bible. John 5:28,29 gives us hope to see our dead loved ones again.
Wednesday November 07, 2018
Condolence From: Marilyn Morales West
Condolence: Marsha was one of my first elementary school playmates and I have such dear memories of our times together. Our last time together was at our Truman High School girls group where we sat across the table from each other. I don’t think I had laughed that hard for a very, very long time. She was hysterically funny! Our girl group visited her when she was in the rehab hospital and going in and out of sleep, eyes not really open. I asked her “What in the heck are you doing in here, I’m really to laugh with you again!” Her eyes opened a bit and she gave a brief smile one of her firsts after the stroke. She will be dearly missed as one of our Truman group. I am so grateful our lives intersected so long ago. She certainly fought the good fight at the end. Tim and Andy and Staci, your Mom as a very special lady. Keep that love going with each other to honor and remember her.
Monday November 05, 2018
Condolence From: Marilyn Morales West
Condolence: Marsha was one of my first elementary school playmates and I have such dear memories of our times together. Our last time together was at our Truman High School girls group where we sat across the table from each other. I don’t think I had laughed that hard for a very, very long time. She was hysterically funny! Our girl group visited her when she was in the rehab hospital and going in and out of sleep, eyes not really open. I asked her “What in the heck are you doing in here, I’m really to laugh with you again!” Her eyes opened a bit and she gave a brief smile one of her firsts after the stroke. She will be dearly missed as one of our Truman group. I am so grateful our lives intersected so long ago. She certainly fought the good fight at the end. Tim and Andy and Staci, your Mom as a very special lady. Keep that love going with each other to honor and remember her.
Monday November 05, 2018
Condolence From: Marilyn Morales West
Condolence: Marsha was one of my first elementary school playmates and I have such dear memories of our times together. Our last time together was at our Truman High School girls group where we sat across the table from each other. I don’t think I had laughed that hard for a very, very long time. She was hysterically funny! Our girl group visited her when she was in the rehab hospital and going in and out of sleep, eyes not really open. I asked her “What in the heck are you doing in here, I’m really to laugh with you again!” Her eyes opened a bit and she gave a brief smile one of her firsts after the stroke. She will be dearly missed as one of our Truman group. I am so grateful our lives intersected so long ago. She certainly fought the good fight at the end. Tim and Andy and Staci, your Mom as a very special lady. Keep that love going with each other to honor and remember her.
Monday November 05, 2018
Condolence From: Marilyn Morales West
Condolence: Marsha was one of my first elementary school playmates and I have such dear memories of our times together. Our last time together was at our Truman High School girls group where we sat across the table from each other. I don’t think I had laughed that hard for a very, very long time. She was hysterically funny! Our girl group visited her when she was in the rehab hospital and going in and out of sleep, eyes not really open. I asked her “What in the heck are you doing in here, I’m really to laugh with you again!” Her eyes opened a bit and she gave a brief smile one of her firsts after the stroke. She will be dearly missed as one of our Truman group. I am so grateful our lives intersected so long ago. She certainly fought the good fight at the end. Tim and Andy and Staci, your Mom as a very special lady. Keep that love going with each other to honor and remember her.
Monday November 05, 2018

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