Marsha Kmec

Marsha Kmec

December 08, 1951 - August 10, 2017

Marsha Kmec

December 08, 1951 - August 10, 2017


Marsha Kmec lives in , passed away at the age of 65.
Born on December 08, 1951 and passed away on August 10, 2017.

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19 responses to Marsha Kmec

  1. Gayle Bashe says:

    We have SO many wonderful memories of our dear friend Marsha. We will miss her generous spirit, her kindness, her smile and infectious laughter. All the fun BBQ’s, MV boat rentals, our breakfasts, shopping, trips to LA, going to movies & plays and just sharing life experiences. The world will not be the same without you! Our thoughts are with Jimmy, Chase & Chris during this difficult time and find comfort in knowing we are there for you and can help if you need anything… The Bashe/deDianous Family

  2. To the Kmec family,
    On behalf of my parents and your long time next door neighbors, Art and Jan Radke, and family, our heartfelt prayers are with you at this difficult time. We are so sorry for your loss and will always remember Marcia’s truly loving and caring spirit. When my parents moved a year and a half ago, Marcia regularly made time to pick up my mom to take her to lunch to give Mom a break from caring for my Dad; this was such a gift. I will always be grateful to Marcia for her loving and kind heart. May you feel God’s peace and comfort today, and in the days ahead.
    Love, Gayle Cannon

  3. Hilary Glen says:

    Marsha lit up every room with her radiant smile and infectious laugh. A truly amazing, one of a kind person. She will always have a big space in our hearts.. Our deepest condolences to her family.

  4. There’s so many memories of Marsha, I simply don’t know where to start. She married my childhood neighbor, Jimmy, and has been a part of our family ever since. Never once did she miss an opportunity to attend an event or host a party or an Easter Egg Hunt for my daughter when she was young. We spent a very memorable time in Mexico City together recently as the “2 girls without our partners” and I cherish our selfie taken on that trip. She was so excited that the wedding in Mexico City had a roving shot bar and kept asking me “do you want one”, “do you want one”? I think because she wanted one, that she went and got us each one and we toasted together. A memory I will never forget. I love her so much and will miss her ever smiling face. Kiss my Toddy in heaven, Marsha. Both of you deserve your wings.

  5. linda ur says:

    Every picture you are so beautiful -I miss you -I love you little doll face

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