Marcia Lynn Jervey

6 mai 195629 septembre 2021

COLUMBIA - A graveside service for Marcia Lynn Jervey, 65, will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, October 7, 2021 in St. Michael and All Angels’ Episcopal Church Cemetery.

Mrs. Jervey died Wednesday, September 29, 2021. Born in Columbia, SC, she was a daughter of James Stone and Cora Cribb. Marcia was a high powered sales woman who quit her job when her son, Branden, was born. She later took over as Director of St. Michael’s Child Development Center and turned it into a success. Although she did not have a chance to go to college after high school, she was accepted to Columbia College when Branden was eight. Marcia graduated with honors and was social work student of the year for her graduating class. She went on to work for DSS Child Protective Services as an investigator, trainer and then grants coordinator.

Surviving are her husband, John V. Jervey; son, Branden V. Jervey; sister, Sandra Trivett; and nephews, Taylor Thompson, and Jason Stone.

Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel, is assisting the family. Memories may be shared at www.dunbarfunerals.com


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Marcia Lynn Jervey


Karen Boyd

21 octobre , 2021

Marcia hired me for my first job at the Ranch at Columbia Mall and two years later, I was in her wedding at the Robert Mills house. What a fun friend and boss.

Janet Edmonds

13 octobre , 2021

My heartfelt sympathy and prayers to the family, Please be comforted by the hope that you will see your beloved one again in the very near future. John 6:40

Alton Taylor

7 octobre , 2021

Marcia and I go back years ago. She taught me how to be the man I am today. She was and is an amazing woman. It hurts my heart to think she is gone. My only regret is we never reconnected. I can’t say enough about her. I truly hope that her family will be ok and that they cherish the life they had with her. Prayers to all of them. She made a huge impact in my life. God really received an angel. I didn’t hear about this until today. I wish I could have at least seen her one last time. I have and will continue missing her. What an outstanding woman.

Dava Cox

7 octobre , 2021

I met Marcia four years ago when her and John decided to retire to the lake. She was so excited about the upcoming summer, to lay out in the sun, go fishing and just to enjoy the beautiful sunsets. Unfortunately her body began to fail her, but her spirit was bright until the end. Anytime she mentioned her beloved son her eyes would tinkle like the stars in the heavens. She made sure to put a VCR in her room so she could watch old family movies.of their family. I'll tell you what she could run circles around me in any department store or boutique. She and I shared similar taste in fashion and decor, we really enjoyed that time together. I hope your basking in the sun with a fishing pole, strawberry daiquiri and a fabulous swimsuit, matching shoes and a hat as the cherry on top. I will miss you my sweet friend until we meet again.

Bonnie Parham

5 octobre , 2021

I worked with Marcia for several years at Lexington County DSS. I remember her smile and her laughter. She was passionate about her job and it was a pleasure working with and knowing her. As she moved to another area within DSS, Marcia continued to be instrumental in working to keep our most vulnerable children safe. I am fortunate that I did see Marcia on occasion and it was always her smile and easy going nature that I remember. It is not how often you see a person, but the memories you have of how special they have been in your life. Condolences to her family, loved ones and friends.

Sharon Wilson

4 octobre , 2021

I left DSS about a year before Marcia but she visited me at my home off Polo Rd. I had just been diagnosed with diabetes and she helped me adjust with my diet. We went together to Planet Fitness in 2018 and after that I called her cell numerous times over the past years. I got her voice mail and always left a message for her to return my call. I begged her to call me cause I was worried. Marcia was a wonderful friend and I’m in total shock when I learned this morning of her passing. I knew she loved the beach and assumed she retired to Surfside with John & Branden and had perhaps lost her cell phone. My heart is hurting today and will continue to hurt for a long time. She was too young to leave this earth but I now know she’s finally at her heavenly home. 🙏🏼🙏🏼❤️

Anita Atwood

3 octobre , 2021

I worked with Marcia at the Department of Social Services. We always laughed about our social work experiences and especially at DSS. She had an eye for decore' & fashion, and was fun to be with. We became friends as we both shared our passion for children and social work/services. Heaven gained a sweet compassionate lady. May God bless all her family, her sweet soul, and DSS family/ friends. Love & Peace- Anita

Steve Harrison

2 octobre , 2021

Marcia Stone Jervey was a friend of mine and my wife Allison. I knew her for about 55 years as she and her sister Sandra were the sisters to my best friend of 58 years, the late J.D. Stone (Jimmy). They were as close and protective of each other as siblings could be. Marcia was loving, logical, and generous. She loved to fish and often fished at Lake Murray and Forest Lake with her husband John. The last couple years of her life she had to give up her hobbies as her body began to betray her. She left us way too early. She is and will continue to be missed and leaves a void in her family and friends that cannot be filled. My friend is at rest and without pain as she waits for us to meet her again. Rest In Peace, Marcia. You are loved.