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Marsha Ann Bussey

October 31, 1950 - April 25, 2020

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Posted by:
Kenneth Holmes

Posted on:
May 7, 2020

Gone but never ever forgotton.As I remember growing up in the greenwood apts.Nd getting into trouble every day.I used to come over to my sister's house cause she just lived a stones throw away from us.Nd it was Avery hot day ND we open up all the windows ND play some cuts ND dance ND clean.Nd as I was cleaning my sissy would come out the back danceing ND singing.Nd that's how I want to remember you sissy.Allways had a ?? on your face.GOD HAS AN ANGEL AT HIS SIDE.AND HER NAME IS MARSHA MY BIG SISTER.R.I.P. SISSY WE GOT THIS

Posted by:
Junie

Posted on:
May 6, 2020

My beautiful oldest sister, this is so hard but... Being raised in a different home than Marsha, I visited and stay over quite a bit, (gale and I getting in some kind of trouble) and what I remember most when I was younger is Marsha and her music and the way she sung our loud. Songs like Jimmie Mac, please mr postman, Smokey Robinson and so on. I say this because people know me by music and how much it means to me and has gotten me thru so many things and still does! I owe this to my BIG SISTER. Later in life when the things that were keeping us apart, as sisters and brothers got out of the dam way, we got closer and she became the protector of her younger siblings. The last thing she said to me was “I love you”! This will stay with me forever and I will miss Marsha Barsha Bo Barsha, Banana banna fo farsha, MARSHA! I love you too! Your brother Junie ,

Posted by:
Jackie Vaden

Posted on:
May 6, 2020

Marsha was the life of the party and her smile would light up a room. Like a Sister she was to all of us. It hurts to know she is no longer with us but we know God makes no mistakes. RIH Marsh love you and you will be missed?????