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Marsha Antionette Oliver

November 5, 1949October 25, 2020

On Sunday evening, October 25, 2020, while at home and with family, Marsha Antionette Perry Oliver was received into the arms of our Lord. Marsha was born in Panama, Central America, and traveled the world with her military family. She was a librarian in the US Air Force during Vietnam. She married James Richard Oliver in May of 1972 and with him also traveled the world as he was in the US Army. She graduated from Alameda College with a degree in accounting. Marsha retired from the Employees Retirement System of Texas in 2012.

Marsha loved to read, enjoyed travelling, and most of all loved friendship and life. She cherished her new cabin that she said reminded her of Noah’s Ark. Marsha was preceded in death by her mother, Jessie Perry; her father, George Perry; and her younger brother, Alan Perry. She is survived by her husband of 48 years, James Richard Oliver; her daughter, Mercedes Gilbert and her husband, Jeff; her son, James Ryan Oliver and his wife, Barbie; two grandsons, Cohen and Corbin Gilbert; her granddaughter, Catalina; her sister, Carolyn McCorkle, and brother George Perry. She has a multitude of family in Panama, Arkansas, and North Carolina along with close friends at ERS and Kids R Kids.

A funeral service will be held at 10 am on November 7, 2020 at St. Helens Catholic Church in Georgetown, Texas. All funeral arrangements have been made by Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Burnet, Texas. The Oliver Family would like to express our sincere appreciation for all the prayers that have taken place over the past year of Marsha’s battle with all of her illnesses.

Condolences to the family may be offered to www.clementswilcoxburnet.com

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  • Funeral Service St. Helen Catholic Church Georgetown, Texas

    Saturday, November 7, 2020

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Ann Perry

November 2, 2020

Rest in peace Marsha..your battle is done. So many memories thru life with my sister in love...I always admired her strength and independence. She loved with all her being. Her family was her first priority always. Heaven just got a little brighter with her there, loving those gone before. I will miss our talks and sharing. My love and prayers to you all, may peace surround you.

Doris Reswik

November 1, 2020

I remember meeting Marsha at KRK and she was always full of life. She was so much fun and always made me feel welcome. The love she shared with Richard was incredible. Rest In Peace Gods angel ❤🙏🏻

Belinda Alexander

October 30, 2020

Mrs. Marsha, she brought so much love and laughter into mine and my kids lives. She was so giving, she was part of our family. We will miss her so much. A great loss for all of us.

Allison Plourde

October 30, 2020

May the arms of St. Peregrine hold Marsha tightly. Our deepest sympathies and love to your family.

George Poulos

October 30, 2020

I worked with Marsha years ago. She was always kind to me and I remember many good times. My condolences to her family. May God provide comfort and strength to you at this difficult time.

Taryna Worthington

October 30, 2020

Our most sincere condolences to all the family in Texas and North Carolina. Our hearts and prayers are with you in these sad and difficult times. May aunt Marsha rest in peace.

Worthington Family
Taryna Worthington
Panama City, Panama

Jessica Stopher

October 30, 2020

My aunt Marsha was a kind, loving woman who always made each one of her many nieces and nephews feel special. You always knew that no matter what you had aunt Marsha on your team. I’ll cherish our memories always aunt Marsha, love your Snake.

Patsy Piker

October 29, 2020

My special friend of 30 years. Marsha loved people, and was ready to help anyone in need. I will miss her so much. Marsha encouraged people to be the best they could be, she was a courageous women in her own goals, as well. The world lost a good soul.

Maria Sheffield

October 29, 2020

I remember always seeing Marsha at different events for her grandsons. The love they all shared was very evident! I am praying for the family as they mourn their sweet Mom, Grandma & Wife. May your memories bring you some comfort. Marsha, rest peacefully.

Sharon Dridkell

October 28, 2020

Marsha, I know you have been met at the gates of heaven by all those that went before you! You will be missed by those of us left behind.

Sharon

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