Harriet S. Marshall
March 3, 1922 – February 28, 2018
Harriet S. Marshall age 95 of Waynesburg passed away Wednesday, February 28, 2018 in Rolling Meadows Nursing Home.
She was born March 3, 1922 in Clarksville, a daughter of the late Daniel Raymond Simmons and Anna Dalbey Simmons.
She was a graduate of Jefferson High School.
Harriet worked for 33 years as a clerk in several coal company stores. She later was a nursing assistant in the Curry Home and Bristor’s Personal Care Home in Waynesburg. She retired from the Bowlby Public Library where she was a library aid.
She was a member of the Waynesburg First Church of the Nazarene. In her retirement she did volunteer work at the Waynesburg Citizen Center and the Bowlby Public Library.
She was the last of her immediate family, surviving is niece Cynthia Simmons of Duxbury, MA; a nephew, Daniel Bennett of Philadelphia: and several great nieces and great-nephews.
Deceased is a brother, Arthur Simmons; and three sisters, Freda S. Yoders , Ruth Simmons Horner, and Rebecca Kane; and three nephews, Howard Bennett, Ronald A. Simmons, and Robert A. Simmons.
Contributions in Harriet's memory may be made to a charity of your choice.
- Daniel Raymond Simmons, Father
- Anna Dalbey Simmons, Mother
- Arthur Simmons, Brother
- Freda Yoders, Sister
- Ruth Simmons Horner, Sister
- Rebecca Kane, Sister
- Howard Bennett, Nephew
- Ronald A. Simmons, Nephew
- Robert A. Simmons, Nephew
- Cynthia Simmons, Niece
- Daniel Bennett, Nephew
- Visitation Saturday, March 3, 2018
- Funeral Service Saturday, March 3, 2018
Harriet S. Marshall
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Judy Sabo Rizno
March 2, 2018
I am so sorry for your loss. When I seen the picture and name it brought back a fond memory. I am in my 70's and when I was a little girl, I remember my father, who worked in the coal mine, taking me to the " Company Store" in Clarksville. They had a soda fountain and telling the nice lady (Harriet) behind the counter to fix me up with some ice cream. And she did, with a big smile! She was so friendly and nice. She definitely had something special for me to remember this after so many years. May she rest in peace. Respectfully, Judy Rizno