Marsha Emily Ackerman

Cheboygan, Michigan

May 10, 1944 – Apr 14, 2018 (Age 73)


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This is the story of Marsha Emily (Suchara) Ackerman: Dedicated professional, giving Christian and devoted wife, mother and grandmother.Marsha's story begins on May 10, 1944 in Detroit, Mich. She was born the middle child of Stanley and Sophia Suchara, and grew up in Hamtramck. Marsha was a...

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We are so sad to hear that Marsha passed in April. I did not know she was ill. I always admired Marsha. We sat in front of her in church and loved to talk to her and listen to her read at mass. My heart goes out to Joe and her family. We lost our son to cancer April 4th and it is a terrible disease. It takes one's body but not one's spirit. Someone gave me the book Healing After Loss with daily meditations. It is very helpful as one goes through the grieving process. Prayers to all of...

To Marsha's Family
It is times like these that we take comfort from our family and friends and take comfort from any cherished memories. Also, rest assure that some day soon there will be no mourning or crying because our loving God will take such things away forever. May your family have peace and my condolence!

Our condolences to you, Joe, Paula, and family on the loss of your lovely mother and grandmother. Our hearts go out to you at this terrible time. John, Lisa, Dylan and Evan

Such a beautify story of a life well-lived and a woman well-loved. I will always remember Marsha as kind and classy. She had a way of carrying herself that just stood above all the petty nonsense of so much of today. I know Joe and the rest of the family will miss her, but her love and influence will surely go on. Hugs to the whole family and prayers for piece and comfort.
Love, Maggie and Kevin Houghton

What a beautifully written life story. Our love and deepest condolences, Dave and Mandie Slocum

My thoughts and prayers to the Family.

We wish to offer our shock and prayers for Marsha ,and our condolences to my Nephew Joe and the FAMILY, l remember Marsha as a lovely young lady,wife,and MOTHER may she now rest in Pease Tom and Linda Woodwaski

Aunt Marsha... My special double were always alot of fun and very kind to me... My most memorable moment is the egg fight you had with my dad....You were very professional and educated... You will always be one of my role models...

You are all in my thoughts and prayers at this time of great sadness. Hearing of her illness and passing was quite a shock to me. She was such a vibrant and caring woman. What I remember most about her is how her eyes sparkled when she smiled, and her wonderful sense of humor. I know her family was the number one joy in her life. I am so sorry for your loss