OBITUARY

Mrs. Yvonne Panceta Marshall

April 6, 1948June 5, 2021
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Yvonne Panceta Marshall, age 73, of Douglasville, Georgia, passed away Saturday, June 5, 2021. Yvonne was born in Clarendon, Jamaica on April 6, 1948. Proud of her Jamaican heritage, she, as well as her entire family, were raised in Jamaica. While family and her love for God were the priorities in her life, Yvonne was known to be an elaborate storyteller, a jokester and she loved making others laugh. She received her certificate of teaching and served as a principal at Albion Primary School. From 2006 through 2018, she worked as a nurse at Douglasville Nursing and Rehab. Yvonne was an intellectual person, who loved history, politics and religion. She was a practicing Anglican and was a member of Trinity Anglican Church of Douglasville. Yvonne enjoyed baking, was a great cook as her culinary skills showcased her ability to recreate any cuisine from any culture. In her spare time, she loved gardening, loved watching westerns and was an avid reader.

Preceding her in death were her beloved husband, Junor Marshall; her father, Melbourne Reid; and a brother, Dennie.

Those left to cherish her memory are her mother, Casmin (Robinson) Mighten and Lester Mighten; daughters, Stacey (Hector), Nichole, Kayon and Karen; stepson, Kavan; brothers, Patrick (Mercedes), Derrick (Rose), Orville, and Michael; sisters, Joyce, Clare, Maureen, Karlene, Althea and Elaine; seven grandchildren, Anthony, Hector, Jr., Shemaya, Kaleaf, Calvin, Jr., Trinity and Aaliyah; two great-grandchildren, Isla and Sajee; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles.

The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Saturday, June 12, 2021 from 12:00 Noon until 1:00 PM. The funeral service will follow at 1:00 in the Rosehaven Chapel.

For those unable to attend, the services will be livestreamed at www.facebook.com/RosehavenMemorial

Flowers accepted or donations may be made in Yvonne’s memory to the Trinity Anglican Church, 8486 Bowden Street, Douglasville, Georgia 30134 or by visiting their website at https://trinityanglicanchurch.com/donate

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.whitleygarner.com for the Marshall family.

Services have been entrusted to the care of Whitley-Garner at Rosehaven Funeral Home, 8640 Rose Avenue, Douglasville, Georgia 30134

  • FAMILY

  • Junor Marshall, Beloved Husband (deceased)
  • Casmin (Robinson) Mighten (Lester Mighten), Mother
  • Melbourne Reid, Father (deceased)
  • Dennie, Brother (deceased)
  • Stacey (Hector), Daughter
  • Nichole, Daughter
  • Kayon, Daughter
  • Karen, Daughter
  • Kavan, Stepson
  • Patrick (Mercedes), Brother
  • Derrick (Rose), Brother
  • Orville, Brother
  • Michael, Brother
  • Joyce, Sister
  • Clare, Sister
  • Maureen, Sister
  • Karlene, Sister
  • Althea, Sister
  • Elaine, Sister
  • Anthony, Grandchild
  • Hector, Jr., Grandchild
  • Shemaya, Grandchild
  • Kaleaf, Grandchild
  • Calvin, Jr., Grandchild
  • Aaliyah, Grandchild
  • Trinity, Grandchild
  • Isla, Great-Grandchild
  • Sajee, Great-Grandchild
  • A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, June 12, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, June 12, 2021

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Nichole Marshall

June 14, 2021

Love and miss you mommy.

Love always and forever…Nikki💞

Anna Phaneuf

June 13, 2021

My sincere condolence to Yvonne's family. I know you miss her deeply. Yvonne and I attended Trinity Anglician Church. Each Sunday we would sit next to each other during the service and when she wasn't there I missed her presence. She was a sweet and compassionate lady and she loved Jesus. I will miss you, Yvonne. Rest in the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ. Love you.

Beverly Banton

June 12, 2021

My sincerest condolence to Stacey, Nicole ,Kayon ,Karen ,and Kavon. Your mom was a dear and genuine friend to me. She always expressed the deep love she had for guys . The emptiness that you are experiencing at this time may be difficult but take comfort in the memories she left behind. I will be praying for you all. May God bless you all . Feel.free to call at any time
RIP Yvonne.
Bev
Banton

Sheron Maxwell

June 12, 2021

My dearest Yvonne, I am going to mist talking with you. You were such a caring and pleasant person. Rest In Peace my cousin.

Annette Griffiths

June 12, 2021

My dearest Yvonne. Words cannot express my deep sadness at your passing. I will surely miss your visits to Jamaica and our long conversations. You were my Uncle's friend but I took you over as my friend. I remember my visit to Atlanta where you made me feel so at home. Rest well my friend until we meet again.

Annette

Beverly Banton

June 12, 2021

My deepest sympathy to Mama Cas , Papa Les and all her siblings. . Yvonne and I have been friends for more than half century. We remain close to the very end. I will miss her but understand that God is in Charge. Only time will serve to lessen the pain that her passing has trust on us. Till then let us take comfort knowing we will see each again in God's time.
RIP My.friend
Bev Banton

D White

June 12, 2021

RIP Auntie Yvonne,it as always a pleasure looking forward to your visits growing up,they were filled with lots of fun and laughter. Thanks for all the great advice you gave.

Loris Lindsay

June 12, 2021

Yvonne was like my Spiritual daughter. I was never too busy to respond.to her prayer calls. Now she is at peace in the presence of the Lord my prayer is that all those who are saddened by her departure will take heart knowing her soul is at rest.

Kandis McKenzie

June 12, 2021

I use to work with Ms Yvonne at Douglasville Nursing and Rehab she was a very good nurse and so loving and caring and she really cared about the residents I'm gonna miss her so much Rest in heaven much love to the family.

Joyce Thompson

June 12, 2021

My dearest Vonnie was my big sister, a woman of faith who loved deeply. She was the comedian of the family and everyone enjoyed her jokes. She was full of wisdom, a teacher and later becoming a principal and a nurse. She accomplished whatever she set out to do. We enjoyed her masterful cooking too. We miss you Vonnie and we know you are at home celebrating with the Lord.