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Lavonda Lavee Marsh
Date of Death: January 8, 2012
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Lavonda L. Marsh Lavonda Lavee McPherson Marsh, 76, of Frederick County, Virginia, died Sunday, January 8, 2012, in her home. Mrs. Marsh was born in 1935, in Clarksburg, West Virginia. She is survived by her husband, Milford, of 58 years; two daughters, Linda McLain and Pam Alexander as well as three grandchildren and three great …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dave, David, Jeff, Nancy and I have such wonderful memories of Lavonda. The boys loved when it snowed because they knew if they shoveled Lavonda and Miff's driveway, chocolate chip cookies would arrive. No one made them quite as good as Lavonda! She loved when we would come visit and the kids would round up their friends. It wasn't unusual to find a few of them sleeping on the family room floor the next morning. She always had a project in hand. I would keep her up until the wee hours then she had to go to work the next day but she never complained. We had such good talks during those early morning hours. She was my dear friend and I loved her. I will miss her but I will always have the wonderful memories of one special lady. Dottie Arms
Marie & Andy Zavatson left a message on January 11, 2012:
In honor of Lavonda Lavee Marsh, Marie & Andy Zavatson lit a candle.
Marie & Andy Zavatson left a message on January 11, 2012:
Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Marsh family..... Marie & Andy Zavatson 131 Spanish Oak Rd. Autumn Glen
Donald L. Franklin, D&D Lawn Care left a message on January 11, 2012:
In honor of Lavonda Lavee Marsh, Donald L. Franklin, D&D Lawn Care lit a candle.
Donald L. Franklin, D&D Lawn Care left a message on January 11, 2012:
Sending prayers for Mrs. Marsh's family, Milford so sorry for your loss, please find peace and comfort with all of the memories you have. God Bless you and your family. Please let us know if you need anything. Don Franklin, Melissa and staff
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Fadua left a message on January 11, 2012:
In honor of Lavonda Lavee Marsh, Fadua lit a candle.
Donna and David Armentrout left a message on January 12, 2012:
Dear Uncle Miff, We were so sorry to hear about Aunt Lavonda, but we know she is at peace and in no more pain. Our hearts and prayers are with you as you carry on without her. All our love, Your niece, Donna and David
Sharren Yoke Bobier left a message on January 12, 2012:
My memories of Aunt Lavonda are not as recent as many of those posted here, as she and Uncle Miff left West Virginia so many years ago. But I remember her when she was so young, and I was a very little girl. She lived near Mom & Dad and "Lavonda" would baby sit my sister and I. Sometimes Mother's brother, Uncle Miff, would visit when she was there and they became an item. Soon they were married and off to Germany for a time. When their own baby girl came along, I remember Aunt Lavonda doing lots of laundry and folding diapers when Mother took us to visit. She was always so sweet - sweet about everything. Soon they moved away from West Virginia, but when they came to visit she was still sweet and thoughtful, soft spoken, and, oh yes, always beautifully tanned. She was special to my sister and I, with her beautiful hair and clothes. She shared some of those clothes with me when I became a teen and even bought me some beautiful new ones. She and Uncle Miff were always laughing, happy and thankful to be alive and to be blessed. They would lend a hand when needed and support was always available from their generous loving hearts. Over the years, both Uncle Miff and Aunt Lavonda remained faithful to all of the family back home with supportive phone calls and visits. We know that she was loved by others as much as by her family and I, for one, am happy that her life graced so many. I will miss Aunt Lavonda. Just knowing that she was there (especially for Uncle Miff) was a comfort. I look forward to being with her again some day. Sharre Yoke Bobier, Niece
Kim Ritenour left a message on January 13, 2012:
I will truly miss Lavonda, I have been doing her hair for a while now, and will always remember her kindness and sweet, sweet smile! Heaven has truly received an angel:)
Kim Jackson Rose, Naples, FL left a message on January 13, 2012:
So sorry to hear of Lavonda's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with Miff and her family. Kim Jackson Rose
Brice Duvall left a message on January 14, 2012:
My memories of Mrs. Marsh are visits to their home. Upon entering I was always greeted with a warm smile and asked if I needed anything to eat or drink. I loved visiting around the holidays because of the smells of all the baking of the cookies that Mrs. Marsh would bake. When visiting you can feel the caring and love that Lavonda and Milford have for one another. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. I feel truly blessed to have known Mrs. Marsh. With deepest sympathy, Brice Duvall
Joan Goode left a message on January 11, 2012:
Dear Milford, I am sorry that Lavonda is no longer with us. She was a wonderful woman and did so much for Autumn Glen. We will miss her very much, but rejoice that she is in much happier place now. Deepest sympathy to you and your family, Joan Goode
Kathy Stickman left a message on January 11, 2012:
I was very shocked to read in the paper that Lavonda had been ill and passed. My husban Aaron, myself and my children, Aaron and Sara knew Lavonda and Miff from when they lived in Rileyville. They were neighbors to my inlaws and were truly missed when they moved away. Every once in a while I would run into Lavonda at the grocery store in Stephens City. She was a wonderful, loving woman who will truly be missed! The Stickmans, Aaron, Kathy, Aaron and Sara
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I was very shocked to read in the paper that Lavonda had been ill and passed. My husban Aaron, myself and my children, Aaron and Sara knew Lavonda and Miff from when they lived in Rileyville. They were neighbors to my inlaws and were truly missed when they moved away. Every once in a while I would run into Lavonda at the grocery store in Stephens City. She was a wonderful, loving woman who will truly be missed! The Stickmans, Aaron, Kathy, Aaron and Sara
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dear Milford, I am sorry that Lavonda is no longer with us. She was a wonderful woman and did so much for Autumn Glen. We will miss her very much, but rejoice that she is in much happier place now. Deepest sympathy to you and your family, Joan Goode
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Marsh family..... Marie & Andy Zavatson 131 Spanish Oak Rd. Autumn Glen
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Sending prayers for Mrs. Marsh's family, Milford so sorry for your loss, please find peace and comfort with all of the memories you have. God Bless you and your family. Please let us know if you need anything. Don Franklin, Melissa and staff
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dear Uncle Miff, We were so sorry to hear about Aunt Lavonda, but we know she is at peace and in no more pain. Our hearts and prayers are with you as you carry on without her. All our love, Your niece, Donna and David
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
My memories of Aunt Lavonda are not as recent as many of those posted here, as she and Uncle Miff left West Virginia so many years ago. But I remember her when she was so young, and I was a very little girl. She lived near Mom & Dad and "Lavonda" would baby sit my sister and I. Sometimes Mother's brother, Uncle Miff, would visit when she was there and they became an item. Soon they were married and off to Germany for a time. When their own baby girl came along, I remember Aunt Lavonda doing lots of laundry and folding diapers when Mother took us to visit. She was always so sweet - sweet about everything. Soon they moved away from West Virginia, but when they came to visit she was still sweet and thoughtful, soft spoken, and, oh yes, always beautifully tanned. She was special to my sister and I, with her beautiful hair and clothes. She shared some of those clothes with me when I became a teen and even bought me some beautiful new ones. She and Uncle Miff were always laughing, happy and thankful to be alive and to be blessed. They would lend a hand when needed and support was always available from their generous loving hearts. Over the years, both Uncle Miff and Aunt Lavonda remained faithful to all of the family back home with supportive phone calls and visits. We know that she was loved by others as much as by her family and I, for one, am happy that her life graced so many. I will miss Aunt Lavonda. Just knowing that she was there (especially for Uncle Miff) was a comfort. I look forward to being with her again some day. Sharre Yoke Bobier, Niece
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
So sorry to hear of Lavonda's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with Miff and her family. Kim Jackson Rose
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
My memories of Mrs. Marsh are visits to their home. Upon entering I was always greeted with a warm smile and asked if I needed anything to eat or drink. I loved visiting around the holidays because of the smells of all the baking of the cookies that Mrs. Marsh would bake. When visiting you can feel the caring and love that Lavonda and Milford have for one another. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. I feel truly blessed to have known Mrs. Marsh. With deepest sympathy, Brice Duvall
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Mom, I'm missing you greatly today. We have closed the circle and have laid you in a most beautiful place. Please rest now and continue to watch over us. You are now and always will be missed. I'm grateful. Pam
Dottie Arms left a message on January 10, 2012:
Dave, David, Jeff, Nancy and I have such wonderful memories of Lavonda. The boys loved when it snowed because they knew if they shoveled Lavonda and Miff's driveway, chocolate chip cookies would arrive. No one made them quite as good as Lavonda! She loved when we would come visit and the kids would round up their friends. It wasn't unusual to find a few of them sleeping on the family room floor the next morning. She always had a project in hand. I would keep her up until the wee hours then she had to go to work the next day but she never complained. We had such good talks during those early morning hours. She was my dear friend and I loved her. I will miss her but I will always have the wonderful memories of one special lady. Dottie Arms
Pam Alexander left a message on January 15, 2012:
Mom, I'm missing you greatly today. We have closed the circle and have laid you in a most beautiful place. Please rest now and continue to watch over us. You are now and always will be missed. I'm grateful. Pam
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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