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Marsha M. Hart

Antioch, California

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Dear Family,

I only just heard of Marsha's home going yesterday. It seems like only yesterday our paths crossed at a nearby grocery store.

She was and will remain near and dear to my heart. During our Calvary days, we prayed together, wept together and laughed together. She comforted me so many times! Now she is in the presence of the Comforter she modeled so beautifully. What an amazing woman! What an amazing reunion we will all have one day in heaven!

Max and family - I remember you both from Calvary and then we moved to Oregon in 2004. Sad to hear the news--Marsha was a special lady. May His infinite love and compassion give you peace to carry you through this time. As tears fall silently and hearts grieve quietly, God hears your cries and shares your sorrows. Praying for peace and comfort for you and family. Love and blessings, Annette and Jim Coleman

Dear Max and Family,
I was so sorry to hear of Marsha's passing. May the lord be with you in this time. She will be missed.

I know our Loving Father said the words, "Welcome my good and faithful servant" when he greeted Marsha at Heaven's Gate. I was honored to have you as part of our communion team. You will be missed until we meet again. Vicki Morgan

Dear Hart Family,
I am sorry for the loss of your wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She was an encouragement to me for so many years. I have not seen her since COB but have fond memories of her laugh and smile. May the peace of our Lord guide you as you walk through this difficult time.

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Marsha M. HartDec. 23, 1945 - Oct. 26, 2013Resident of AntiochMarsha was survived by her loving husband of 49 years Max W. Hart, her son's Max M. Hart (Noeme), Matthew M. Hart (Theresa) and grandchildren T. Rebekah Hart and Joshua Christopher. Sisters Rose Thorne, Karen Leibrant (Vernon),...

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