OBITUARY

Marcia A Razor

July 20, 1939April 30, 2021

Marcia Razor (81) died April 30, 2021 in Evansville, Indiana, after a six-year battle with cancer. She was born at home July 20, 1939 in Linn, Kansas to the late Kenneth and Lylah (Gross) Alexander.

Marcia graduated high school in Washington, Kansas, and Clark's Business College in Topeka, Kansas. She was employed as an Executive Secretary for many years and was a Paralegal when she retired in 2011.

In 1961 she married Myron Razor and they celebrated 60 happy years together. Marcia was an accomplished musician playing the piano, organ, clarinet, and guitar. She was known for her extensive flower gardens and enjoyed all flowers, especially the 400 varieties of registered daylilies she grew. She was an active member of St. Paul's UCC, German Township, served on numerous committees, and helped maintain the church flower gardens.

Survivors include her husband Myron, son Dr. Mark (Karla) Razor of Evansville, daughter Melanie (Tracy) Sutton of Houston, TX, granddaughters, Haley (Justin) Dowling and Katelyn (Adam) Peterson, grandsons, Samuel and Maximilian Razor, great grandsons Liam, Cameron and Jaxson Dowling and Kai Peterson, brother Kenneth (Linda) Alexander, and brother-in-law Willis (Sharon) Razor.

Marcia was cremated and there will be no services.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Paul's UCC, 8601 Cynthiana Rd., Evansville, IN 47720.

Condolences may be offered at www.AlexanderWestChapel.com.

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Rosa Arruffat

May 5, 2021

Dear Marcia, I met you at your house a few weeks ago. You imprinted a permanent thought in my hear. I admired your perseverance, your empathy toward others, your way of establishing a dialogue, and above all, your skillful attitude of confronting those moments with your enduring and harmonious attitude.
So long, Marcia,
Your family and friends love you forever and ever amen!
Rosa A. López Beci

Rosa Arruffst

May 5, 2021

Dear Marcia, I met you at your house a few weeks ago. You imprinted a permanent thought in my hear. I admired your perseverance, your empathy toward others, your way of establishing a dialogue, and above all, your skillful attitude of confronting those moments with your enduring and harmonious attitude.
So long, Marcia,
Your family and friends love you forever and ever amen!
Rosa A. López Beci

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