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Marsha J. Myers

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BENNINGTON -- A prayer service for Marsha J. Myers, was held on Tuesday morning, at the Mahar & Son Funeral Home in Bennington followed by a Mass of Christian death and burial at Sacred Heart St. Francis de Sales Church in Bennington with the Rev. James Preskenis, csc, pastor, officiating. Concelebrating the mass was Marsha’s cousin, the Rev. Martin Jones of Connecticut.

Servers for the mass were Mr. Gerald Amadon, Mr. Francis Sauseville, Dr. Barth Vander Els, and Mr. Bernard Bourgeois. The pall was placed on the casket by her three children, Robert Jr., Cody and Brianna and her husband, Robert. The wooden cross was placed on the casket by her husband. Organist for the service was Mr. Donald McMahon. Selected hymns for the Mass included, “O God Our Help In Ages Past,” “The Prayer of St. Francis,” “The Supper of the Lord” and “On Eagle’s Wings.” The scriptures were read by Dr. Barth Vander Els. The eucharistic gifts were presented at the altar by two of Marsha’s sisters-in-law, JoAnne Myers and Elizabeth Hutchins and her son Aaron Hutchins. Marsha’s three children offered tributes and remembrances about their mom.

Pallbearers for the services were her two sons, Mr. Robert Myers Jr., and Mr. Cody Myers, as well as her four brothers, Mr. Brian Jozefiak, Mr. Gary Jozefiak, Mr. Steven Jozefiak and Mr. Alan Jozefiak. Interment followed in the family lot in Park Lawn Cemetery in Bennington where the Rev. Preskenis and the Rev. Jones, offered the prayers of committal.

A time of fellowship followed at the Sacred Heart St. Francis de Sales Parish Hall. Mrs. Marsha J. Myers, 53, a resident of Washington Avenue in Bennington, died on Friday afternoon, Aug. 5, 2005 at the Southwestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington following a long illness.

Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Mahar & Son Funeral Home in Bennington.
Published in Bennington Banner on Aug. 10, 2005
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