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Linda Elva Marshall

Pontiac, Michigan

Jul 27, 1947 – Apr 15, 2021 (Age 73)


July 27, 1947
April 15, 2021
Pontiac, Michigan


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Cobbs Funeral Home - Pontiac Obituary

Linda Elva Marshall of Pontiac, Michigan departed this life on April 15, 2021.  Mrs. Marshall will lie in repose on Friday, April 23, 2021 at Cobb's Funeral Home 151 Orchard Lake Road., Pontiac, Michigan from 1p.m. until 6 p.m.

Funeral services for Mrs. Marshall will be held on Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 11 a.m. at Cobb's Funeral Home.  Family hour will start at 10 a.m. prior to the service.  Internment will be held at Perry Mount Park Cemetery in Pontiac, Michigan.





As a global concern about Coronavirus (Covid-19) begins to have a impact on our community, we are taking necessary steps to ensure the safety of the families we serve and the community in general.  Some families are making the decision to postpone services while others have opted to move forward with a small gathering of close family and friends.

It is Cobb's Funeral Home policy, which lines up with the restrictions of our governor, Gretchen Whitmer, that all gatherings are limited to 20 people with a distance of 6 feet.

May God continue to bless and strengthen all of you during this time.































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My Dad's twin. She was so cool and funny, she would come over to the house and surprise my dad once in awhile, they would laugh and tell old stories. Love you aunt Linda. Tell my dad that i love him

Deepest condolences to the Marshall family!

We love you Aunt Linda. You were such a beautiful person and made everyone around you feel special. You will be sorely missed

We will miss you Ms Linda thanks for being such a wonderful person and I send my condolences to the family. From her family at Greenfield Health Systems

You kept that light on as a guide for others to follow and for those that were in darkness. Your love was so great. I will miss you.

Forever within our hearts and souls. Aunt Linda remembered forever in our hearts and actions

Praying for you and your family.

To the Children Kenny, Kendon, Butch (Roy) and Charron LOVE LIKE your MOTHER did,
I can say this I loved your Mother her voice was amazing when she sang, she could make you laugh when you were sad, Linda had a way about her as if she could see in the future and when she was hurt, she hurt deeply but through it all she Maintained her dignity and her tenacity and she never missed a beat.
Linda will forever live in my heart and I want you children to know I will always remember her...