Marsha Marie Brawand

December 7, 1969January 14, 2020

Marsha Marie Brawand 50, beloved wife and mother passed away on January 14, 2020. She met at the gates of heaven by her loved ones in Christ Jesus. Marsha leaves behind her Husband, Tod Brawand; Daughters, Emali Brawand and Arrianna Twifford; Mother Edna Marie Davis; Father Jay Davis; Sisters, Tracy Bedgood, Kristy Davis, Dawn Williams, Sara Miller; Brothers Joe Davis, Bill Davis, Bryan Miller. She also leaves her 6 Nieces and Nephews and her in love Sisters and Brothers, great nieces and Nephews. Marsha extended her love to her many friends and family. “I’m going to love you for ever and ever, Amen” – From your beloved Husband Tod Visitation for Marsha will be Sunday from 3:00pm to 8:00pm at Advantage funeral home.


  • Visitation Sunday, January 19, 2020


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Chase Poole

January 22, 2020

It seems like yesterday when my great aunt was at my mom's funeral in Indianapolis at Jensen Funeral Home I missed all of my family and seeing them there made me happy I'm sorry this happened to you Great Uncle Tod And everyone else you must be so heartbroken by this loss I am too may she rest in peace and see my mom in heaven god bless you all.

Alejandro Blair

January 20, 2020

Thanks for Watching us when we were little!!! ~Alejandro. What a wonderful person, Lord just be with this wonderful loving family and comfort them in their time of need!!

Gerri Spradling

January 19, 2020

I first met Marsha through having her as a hostess for Home Interiors. I spent many more times with Marsha and came to know many in her family. I felt we became friends as we were together many times through the years. She was such a sweet, caring person who loved children. As I was around Marsha and her husband, I could see the love they had one for the other. They impressed me as being one of the sweetest couples I had ever met. I know she will be missed greatly by her loved ones, and I send prayers for everyone left here to carry on. Love to all of you.

Sharron (Claxton) Hogan

January 19, 2020

I met Marsha when she moved in the village I was around 15 we were life long friends she had a beautiful soul and i was blessed to know here she was more a sister than a friend and will always be in my heart

Michael Allrutz

January 18, 2020

Thoughts and Prayers to this family may your memories bring you all comfort

Jacqueline Claxton

January 18, 2020

Ive known marsha wow every since they moved to rainbow drive in valley village she had a giant heart loved the world i hope one day we meet again fly hi sister from another mother


January 18, 2020

I've known you ever since I was 4 or 5, going to Church at Beth Haven, are lives growing up were very similar and then I had the privilege of calling you Aunt, friend and last but not least MUSH. It will be very unsettling not to see your face at family functions, or just to chat with you. I will never forget what you and Uncle Tod have done for me. I have been hoping this is just a bad dream and I can wake up, this is crazy loosing 2 people I have been close too in less than 6 months apart. I can see you now with your purple wings, I love you and will miss you always. Give hugs to Pops and everyone. Di

Teresa Richardson

January 18, 2020

You have been in my life for so long that I can't imagine not having you in it. You were my friend and then my aunt. I have many memories that most won't remember but they linger in my heart and mind. You gave up alot in your life and weren't able to have what you deserved, a child. Then the lord blessed you with a special angel whom you named after my little girl in heaven and to me that was very special. I hate that you were taken so soon, I don't feel like it was your time, you still had so much love to give to Uncle Tod. And Emi. I will miss you, your laugh your giggles that lingered and you couldn't stop. I still can't believe that this is true. I know that you know how much I loved you and that will never stop. I love you, may you go rest high on that lovely mountain.

Carla Higgins

January 18, 2020

We started out as friends 30 plus years ago, then you married my uncle (or as I’ve called him my whole life big brother). We were always close. I don’t know what I’m going to do without you, we always had espn and knew when something was wrong with each other. I’ll love you forever. I miss you dearly my bff

Dana Alford Mack

January 18, 2020

You stood by me when no one else did my heart is forever broke I will always love and cherish you fly high my sister from love not blood I'm so glad I got to see you in October when you came to my house even though you wasn't there long you was there long enough for me to hug you twice had I knew I was never going to see you any more I held on longer Love and miss you always
Your friend forever