Marsha F. Park

Service Information

No service is planned.

On June 18th, Marsha chose to stop fighting her ills and demons.

She was born in Jacksonville, FL and raised in Oak Harbor, WA. She graduated OHHS in 1967 where she was active in the choir programs.

Marsha enjoyed her time with horses and her many travels and friends. She was happy the past 2 years at the Willows Retirement Center where she had many friends, including ironically, Vern Greenstreet who was her choir teacher for six years from Jr. High through High School.

She is survived by her brother, Rex (Deb), nephew Sean (Bea Jay), and niece Karen.

There will be no service and the family requests you consider family reconciliations in lieu of remembrances.



It is with sadness that I learn of Marsha's passing. She was one of the first people I met when moving to Bellingham in October or 1972. Over the years we shared a special friendship. I will miss her. Her memory will always be a part of me.

Jun 29, 2021

From Norman Pasche

I first met Marsha at the City of Everett where we both worked for the City.  After I deviored my wife, Marsha and I  formed a relationship which lasted  over twentyfive years.  Marsha.loved ridimg horses.  We both bought horses, l learned to ride and we spent many hours rideing together.  We drifted apart after we both moved to Spokane. 

Marsha was a big part of my life  and I am saddened at her passing, Her memory will also be a part of me.

Aug 01, 2021

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