Obituary of Marsha Lynn Bell
Marsha Lynn Dozier was born on January 17, 1976, in Monroe, Michigan. She was born from the union of Kenneth Wayne Dozier and Vicella (Goss) Dozier.
Marsha was kind and thoughtful. She was a natural caregiver. Above anything, she loved her family, and often put the needs of loved ones ahead of her own. Marsha was a fabulous cook often preparing her specialities southern fried dishes, cabbage rolls, and fried green tomatoes, much to her diner’s delight. She looked forward to the family gathering around the table to talk, laugh, have beer, listen to music and share a meal. After dinner everyone enjoyed karaoke to mostly Motown and country tunes. She always made sure that no one left her home hungry.
Even though she had no formal training, she was willing to serve as a home care aide on many occasions for those that needed assistance. Marsha could always be seen with someone’s baby in tow. She treasured anytime she spent with the little ones. She was also extremely close to her sister Loreida, sharing the same date of birth one year apart. The dynamic duo could often be seen together doing a little bit of anything and everything.
Marsha loved music with her favorite genre being country and her favorite artists being stars Hank Williams Jr., George Jones, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and Vern Godsin.
A special thanks to Marsha's three life long friends: Dolly Hamilton, Angie Adams and Wendie DuVall for alltheor support and help being there for Marsha and for still being here for her now. A special thanks to Tara Farris; nieces: Maddy and Megan Farris for all their help and worl they have put in.
Marsha Lynn Bell, age 46 of Monroe, passed away on Thursday; March 31, 2022. After a short battle with liver disease. Her passing was preceded by both of her parents; one cousin: Shelly Farris; and one aunt: Sherry Farris.
To cherish her memory, she leaves her husband: Kenneth Bell; four siblings: Joy (Bob) Davis, Janis Sharp, Charles T. Sharp, II (Amy O'Dell), and Loreida (Marlin) Martin; eight step children: Kenneth, Sharonda, Jucticee, Niykya, Kanne, Mystery, Dakota, M'Kenna; a host of nieces and nephews whom she cared for as her own; great nieces and nephews who were gifts to her: Ryllee, Lanie, Donovan, August; and her best friend of thirty-five years Shawn Himes.
Friends may gather on Wednesday; April 6, 2022, from 3:00pm until the time of a Celebration of Her Life at 5:00pm, at Merkle Funeral Service, North Monroe; 2442 North Monroe Street, Monroe, Michigan 48162 (734) 384-5185. Pastor Heather Boone will lead the celebration. THe family wanted to thank Pastor Boone for not leaving Marsha's side and for being one of the most loving and caring persons Marsha has ever met. Not only has Pastor Boone touch their l;ived, but the lives of everyone in their commuity. She is greatly appreciated for all she does for the residents of that community. Cremation will take place through Covenant Cremation of Erie.
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