Marsha Beverly (Kellogg) Dube

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EASTHAMPTON – Marsha Beverly (Kellogg) Dube , 64 of Eastampton, was called home by the Lord on Aug. 30, 2017, surrounded by the care and comfort of her loving family. 

Marsha was born in Westfield, to the late Wanda (Lewicki) and Leon F. Kellogg. She was raised in Southwick, and attended Southwick Public Schools.

She went on to marry James P. Dube and became a lifelong resident of Easthampton.  Marsha loved Easthampton and was involved in many community activities. Every Spring Marsha could be seen working with the United States Postal Services on their yearly campaign to "Stamp Out Hunger". 

She was an active member of the Easthampton Congregational church for the last 35 years where she served as a deacon emeritus, moderator, a Sunday School Teacher, on the Board of Religious Education, on the board of worship, on the Executive Committee, and on the board of Missions and Outreach.  She volunteered at Parson's Closet,  managed the church's food cupboard,  and was head organizer of the monthly OASIS kitchen meals.  Marsha also assisted the minister in taking communion to shut-in members of the church.  Serving and helping others gave Marsha great joy.  She also helped make Father's Day Veterans Gift Bags and Gift Bags of Love. Marsha received a Citation from the state of Massachusetts for all her community work in Easthampton. 

When Marsha wasn't serving the Lord, she spent her free time with the local Red Hat Society and served as treasurer of the local TOPS Club 211. Marsha's love of travel started with her first trip to Montreal' World's Fair in Canada when she was just 16, Her love for travel brought her to many places around the world. 

In addition to leaving behind a legacy of generosity and compassion, she leaves her loving and devoted husband Jim of 45 years; her son Michael and his wife, Gena of Springfield; and a daughter Joyce Dube of Eastampton, MA.

Calling hours will be Tuesday, Sept. 5, at the Mitchell Funeral Home 15 Park St., Easthampton, from 4 to 7 p.m.  A graveside Service will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Main Street Cemetery all Easthampton.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Easthampton Congregational Church's Food Cupboard.

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Published in Daily Hampshire Gazette on Sept. 2, 2017