Carol F. Marshall
1921 - 2021
BORN
September 25, 1921
DIED
April 4, 2021

Carol F. Marshall

Carol F. Marshall, 99, of La Crosse passed away Sunday, April 4, 2021, at SpringBrook Community of Onalaska. Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, April 16, at River of Life Assembly of God Church, 1214 County Rd PH, Onalaska. For a complete obituary go to www.schumacher-kish.com.


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Published by La Crosse Tribune on Apr. 11, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Apr
16
Memorial service
2:00p.m.
River of Life Assembly of God
1214 County Rd PH, Onalaska, Wisconsin
Funeral services provided by:
Schumacher-Kish Funeral and Cremation Services - La Crosse
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We were Carol's pastors for several years in the '80s. She was an integral part of our congregation and a very dear friend. Our family was often invited to her home for holidays, Sunday dinners and other occasions. She was a wonderful hostess who practiced hospitality as a way of life. She will be missed by us, our sons and their families. and hosts of other people.
Pastors Clarke and Carolyn Gage
Friend
May 6, 2021
Carol was my aunt, having married my Uncle Roy. Almost my entire memory of her, however, was as a single parent of their children, aided by her sister-in-law Beulah Marshall. Aunt Carol was always quiet but engaging and had a very sweet spirit. As an adult, we would visit whenever in the LaCrosse area where she always warmly welcomed us and showed us hospitality. She was an excellent cook and gardener and gave us opportunity to share both of those talents.

Aunt Carol and my mother, Lydia Woods, traveled to Salt Lake City in the year 2000 to attend a wedding here, and we had an exceptionally good time together. She and Mom had done several trips together and shared their experiences with us. I remember laughter and games and family outings to the mountains at that time. She was a delightful guest.

I have three decorative plates that were displayed on her dining room wall, and they are a treasure to me. I use them regularly and value them as a reminder of a life very well lived. Even in her advanced years, she would join in singing her favorite hymns and, like her life, her voice was a "joyful noise" unto her Lord whom she loved with all her heart!
Lynette Pacheco
April 10, 2021