Vivian A. Marshall
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Vivian A. Marshall
Augusta, Ga.—Ms. Vivian A. Marshall entered into rest on Thursday, June 18, 2020. A private service will be held to celebrate her life. Survivors are her sons, Kenneth Leverett, Steven( Glendia) Leverett; brother, John (Pia) Wallace Williams; sister, Sherry( Kelvin) Norfleet and a host of other relatives and friends. Viewing will be held on Tuesday from 1-6 p.m. at the funeral home.
Williams Funeral Home 1765 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Augusta, Ga.
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Published in The Augusta Chronicle from Jun. 28 to Jun. 29, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
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July 8, 2020
To the Marshall family along with caring and loving friends, Remel and I offer our condolences. We truly had the highest respect and love for Mrs. Marshall. I remember Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Lillian, Steven and Kenneth from Sunset Homes. I also worked at MCG during Mrs. Marshall's tenure there. Another co worker, Remel Baker and I had to call Mrs. Marshall on 4west to get assigned beds for patients. She was truly a delight and we are so sadden to hear of her passing. I am still hurting inside because I am just hearing about her passing away 2 days ago. She was a beautiful soul. May she truly rest peacefully in the bosom of her Saviour, Christ Jesus until we meet again.
Phyllis Jordan Henderson
Coworker
July 1, 2020
Rest easy till we part no more
Will be missed
Shirley Wallace
Acquaintance
July 1, 2020
I met Mrs. Marshall through my parents. She was a great Christian lady. May they all Rest In Peace.
Acquaintance
June 30, 2020
Sis Vivian Marshall had an unmatched personality! She was a unique one of a kind. She loaned her last years to Daniel Grove Missionary Baptist Church, singing in the choir, regular Bible study attendance and helping in any way she good. It was a joy to be someone she called Pastor with such respectful intimacy. Losing physical contact with her was painful but we always covered her in prayer. She will always be in the hearts of the family of Daniel Grove forever.
Daniel Grove Missionary Baptist Church
June 30, 2020
We will always remember Sis. Marshall as a graceful and faithful servant of God. We pray healing power, peaceful consolation and steadfast faith for the family now and the days ahead. And that you will always feel God's tender tugs at your hearts.
Rev & Mrs Ronald Cudger
Friend
June 30, 2020
Rest in peace Vip I love you. You will be truly missed.
Karen Thomas
Friend
June 30, 2020
To our precious cousin Vivian. You were such an angel. Well done good and faithful servant. We will miss your kind, gentle, loving spirit. To be absent of the body is to be present with the Lord. Our deepest condolences to the family. Sylvia Reid and Family.
Sylvia Reid
Family
June 29, 2020
God Blessings to the families of your Beloved Ms. Vivian Marshall during the transition of her earthly home to her eternal home. God comfort, love, peace and strength continue to be with you.
Shirley Thomas
Friend
June 29, 2020
My dear sweet loving Sis. Marshall. A gentle kind woman of God. You will surely be missed by our entire church family. You had such a beautiful, soft , kind and loving spirit. You touch all of our lives in a very special way. You will forever live in our hearts and spirit. May your soul find solace in the care of our Lord's arms. Daniel Grove Missionary Baptist Church family love you so very much. You graced us with a heart full of love and compassion for all mankind. Rest in peace. Loving you with my whole heart. Rennitta Johnson
Rennitta johnson
Friend
June 29, 2020
We have so many special memories of Sister Vivian Marshall. She was a beautiful Soul. She faithfully worshiped with us at Daniel Grove Baptist Church. She loved us and we loved her dearly. We will cherish those precious memories forever!!!
The Perry Family
Perry Family
Friend
June 29, 2020
ur. Condolences go out to you on the loss of your mother. We will miss her smiling face and and dignified calm demeanor. Her words of wisdom were always appreciated in our Women Sunday School class. We will remember her and miss her presence. God bless you. Martha Rumph and The Women II Sunday School Class of Macedonia Church-of Augusta
Martha Rumph
Grand Parent
June 29, 2020
I worked with Mrs. Marshall on 4 west at MCG many years ago. I remember her being a nice lady that helped keep things running smoothly. I offer my prayers for peace and comfort to her loved ones. God bless each of you.
Nancy Starnes
Coworker
June 28, 2020
My prayers goes out to the family, may God bring you peace and comfort to the family. She will be remembered for her smile and soft spoken words of encouragement Rev Herman @ Pat Jackson
Herman Jackson
Friend
June 28, 2020
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
Lueseal Mack
Friend
June 28, 2020
Dear Family and Friends of my namesake. She was dedicated worker to Talmadge and Medical College respectively. Her spirit was always loving and kind. I will forever cherish her memories of true devotion to GOD. She has gone home to HEAVEN to get her crown. No more worries VIP. Lovingly Submitted: Ronald,Vivian,JR.,Angela,and Malea, Augusta,Ga.
Vivian Brooks
Coworker
June 28, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
VERNELL WEST-DENT
Acquaintance
June 27, 2020
Many memories of you from the Medical College of Ga. Sleep well.
Justine Hill
Coworker
June 27, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Bessie Hickson
Family
June 27, 2020
Mrs. Marshall was such a beautiful person with an equally beautiful spirit. She would was always impeccably dressed, as seen in her picture here, and carried herself with so much dignity, grace, and class. She was the epitome of Proverbs 31, and she was so genuine. She wasn't faking it. I would love our occasional chats when I would return to worship and visit Macedonia Church, where she was a faithful and active member for years. I would also inquire with her as to how Rev. Steve Leverett, her son and a friend of our family, was doing and various issues in the neighborhood where she and my Mother both lived for years until she relocated. She was one of the most formidable and perhaps the eldest member of the Vessels of Worship Dance Ministry at Macedonia for a period of time and ministered with the same grace and devotion to God with which she carried herself and how she treated other people. She was a pleasure to know. She was a pleasure to talk to. She was a pleasure, always, to see with such a quiet, calming spirit and resolve. I thank God that our paths crossed along this way, and I wish the Leverett and Marshall family so much love, prayers, and our sincerest condolences at her passing. I know that she loved God, and I can say without fear of contradiction that she is in His company at this time and will never again have to encounter the atrocities that this life can sometimes bring to our doorsteps. God bless and keep you all in this your moment of bereavement.

In love and sympathy,
Dr. Earl Stewart, Jr., and Family
Earl Stewart
Friend
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