Ramona Ruth Marsh

September 15, 1925April 18, 2010

Ramona Marsh passed away Sunday, April 18, 2010. She was born on September 15, 1925 in Oklahoma City to Dennis and Ruby Hill. Married William Marsh on January 23, 1944. She is survived by her husband William, son Carter Marsh and wife Ellyn, daughter Becky Dale and husband Lee, daughter Cindy Glover and husband Mark. Grandchildren, Willy Marsh and wife Sheri, Gwyn Lightfoot and husband Paul, Lisa Dale, Hannah Stuart-Walker and husband Adam, Luke Dale and Andrew Glover. Great grandchildren, Cooper, Owen, Alex, Abbey, Isaiah, and Rebekah. Sister Betty Goforth, sister Mary Margaret Zweiacher and husband John, brother Dennis Hill Jr. and wife Martha and many other family members and friends. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. April 23, 2010 at Bill Merritt Funeral Service. Gravesite to follow at Bethany Cemetery.

Ramona loved flowers, taking care of children in her home daycare. She loved to rock hunt, and could find a “pretty” rock anywhere. She will be missed by family and friends.


  • Funeral Service Friday, April 23, 2010

Ramona Ruth Marsh

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Andrew Glover

April 24, 2010

I rejoice that you are now with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and that you are completely perfect with good knees and hip and are walking around in heaven and seeing our Lord face to face.
You have blessed my life with so many memories. I always remember visiting and going to that back room where I sleep and seeing a white envelope you left for me with green stuff in it.
I enjoyed working puzzles with you and playing games. I will always remember those war games we played when we each had our own deck. Especially the time we played on the day I was about to leave. I also liked playing UNO with you. It will always humored me when you would let out a cry of defeat when I went out and left you with several cards. I also remember the times that you beat me and you would always remind me of what was imortant that you loved me and more importantly that God loved me.
I will never forget the bedtime tradition of "Don't let the bed bugs bite" and receiving that little pinch.
I enjoyed the year in and a half that we were only a couple hours away when I lived in Tulsa and getting to see each other often. I was extremely grateful that you and Papa were able to attend my high school graduation.
Among other things I enjoyed was the letters I would receive from you and the times we would talk on the phone. I always remember you ending those conversations saying that you were proud of me and that you loved me.
You will definitely be missed. Even though right now we are so far away, I know the day will come when we will be reunited in heaven.
I love you

Jim and Joyce Kennedy

April 23, 2010

The world is a better place for all the lives Ramona touched during her life. She was a dear. Our prayers and thoughts are with Bill and all of the family.

Dee Dysart

April 22, 2010

My thoughts and prayers are with the Marsh Family at this time.

Gwyn Lightfoot

April 22, 2010

Thank you for always being there and your loving heart and smile. I remember as a young child snapping green beans with you in Riverton Wyoming. The time we spent working jigsaw puzzles and playing games, the olives and pickles you had a every large meal, and the Jell-O you would make. I always knew there would be butterscotch candy on top of your refrigerator and toys for us to play with. You loved to decorate for Christmas, even the mistletoe you hung in the walkway. I remember you giving me jewelry and chap stick etc from Avon. You will be missed and I love you. gwyn

Margaret Dawson

April 21, 2010

With love and sympathy to all of the Marsh family--Ramona had been a friend for many years and she will be missed. Margaret Wiman Dawson

JD Brewster

April 21, 2010

Please accept my deepest sympathies.

Evelyn Black

April 21, 2010

May your memories outweigh the emptiness you feel in your heart at this time due to the loss of your mother and grandmother. May God comfort and bless you. Jiggs & Evie Black