Fred F. Marsh

Erie, Pennsylvania


Erie, Pennsylvania


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Fred F. Marsh Fred F. Marsh, 82, of Hereford Road, Corry, died Friday, October 27, 2006 at the Corry Memorial Hospital. Mr. Marsh was born January 5, 1924 in Valley Falls, Kan., son of the late James E. and Searcy Johnson Marsh. Mr. Marsh had moved to Chicago, Ill. when he was four years old and...

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Dear Lillian and Family,
Sorry to hear of your loss. I know what you are going through, and pray that the Lord will bless you and comfort you.
I remember what good times we had together.
With love,

I will miss my favorite Sunday school teacher. God's Peace to each of you.

To the Family,

A lot of time has passed, but I want you to know that I treasured the time I spent with Fred and you all. Candy, all the best to you, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones. He was a wonderful man.

Sincerely, Todd

Dear Lillian, Candy, Lynnette, Lavonne & Family:

I'll always remember the holiday dinner at Lynnette's when I had a chance to talk with Fred about life and baseball. Know that I keep his baseball card in my rec room as a source of pride and remembrance of a man that we know is in a good place.

Much love from Phoenix,

Michael, Lisa and Sydney Thiel

Dear Lillian, Candy, Lynnette, Lavonne & family....I can't express the sorrow I share with you at this time. Fred was a loving husband, father, and friend to all. I have been blessed by being able to count him as a friend. The Lord has a special place for him now. Love you all, Sonja.

Candy and Family,
Am so sorry to learn of your Father's recent passing. Even though it has been only six months since my Father passed away, it still seems like it was just yesterday. While time may heal our loss, our memories remain very vivid. Makes the time we have with our Mothers even more precious.
May your Father rest in peace ....

We love you.You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Don and Maryellen

We love you .You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Don and Maryellen

I'm going to miss you Uncle Fred. You were and still are a hero to me. See you in a little while