Marsha Laverty

Benicia, California




Send Flowers

Marsha L. Laverty Feb. 25, 1951 - Oct. 22, 2009 Resident of Benicia Marsha L. Laverty, 58, of Benicia passed away suddenly Thursday morning. She was born in Berkeley, graduated from College Park High School in Concord, Class of 1969, and has lived in Benicia for the past 31 years. Marsha was a...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

I only discovered today, six months late, about Marsha's passing. I had been wondering why I wasn't seeing her smiling face at Safeway and hearing her call out "Hey Shoshona, how are you?" I always appreciated her warmth at Safeway, especially after a long day at work. We first met working together, decorating for Grad Night, building and creating. She always made it fun. She will truly be missed.

To the Family of Marsha Laverty ~

I just learned of your tragic loss. I only met Marsha once, at the 30th Reunion, Las Lomas High School, Class of '68. But her sincere eyes & sweet smile made a memorable impression. How fortunate for you to have shared your lives with her, and to carry with you now the beauty that was Marsha.

Best Wishes & Blessings to you now & always,
Cynthia Trainer, Class of '64, Walnut Creek Intermediate School, Walnut Creek CA

I don't think there wasn't a time, when, looking through school pictures and seeing Marsha I could hear her voice. She had a voice that was happiness put to words. Those of us who grew up with her knew her to be a kind and gentle person. She will be missed by all who knew her, but never forgotten.

Marsha had the best laugh ever! She always made me smile and always took a moment or two to chat. Our hearts and prayers go out to her family & friends. RIP Marsha, you WILL be missed.. :(

Please accept my deepest sympathies.

Dear John and family,

We are so saddened to hear of your loss. I will miss Marsha's warm smile at Safeway. We are thinking of you during this difficult time.

Dear John and family,
I am so sorry for your lose. I went to high school with Marsha and it was a delight to see her at our 40th reunion. It was truly a joy to visit with her. Marsha was a blessing to everyone that knew her.
With deepest sympathy.

She was a most awesome lady i will miss sharing photos of my grandkids with her. I had the pleasure of meeting her when her husband coached my twins in soccer.

I am stunned and saddened to learn your loss.
It is not right to lose someone as dear as Marsha.
Please accept my deepest sympathy for you and your family.
Losing a loved one is hard to understand
Many emotions are felt
Cherish the memories and special times you had with her
and in your heart you will know she is guiding you each day
each time a walk into the Benicia Safeway I know I will think of her and you.
Best wishes to you and your family