Marsha Megenity
1948 - 2020
Marsha (Nagie) Megenity
Sept. 28, 1948 - July 5, 2020
San Jose/Rocklin
Marsha "Mash" L. Megenity passed away peacefully on Sunday July 5, 2020 at age 72.
Marsha was born in Cleveland, Ohio to William & Ruth Nagie, both preceding her in death. She graduated from Berea High School in Berea, Ohio in 1966. In 1970, Marsha moved to San Jose, California, residing there until recently. Marsha was co-owner of A & E Performance, in Campbell for over 30 years. She enjoyed traveling with friends and family, interior designing, raising her twin daughters, spending time with her three grandchildren and her pets.
Marsha is survived by daughter Brandy, (Francesco), grandchildren (Alesio and Isabella) Coffaro, daughter Carrie, Kasey), granddaughter (Taylor) Root, brother Bradley (Carol,) Nagie, niece Kelsey (Adam) great niece, Brooklyn McManamy.
A loving person, Marsha leaves behind friends and family and will truly be missed. Due to Covid, a private celebration of life will be held in the future. Memorial contributions may be sent to Lewy body Dementia Assoc. at in Marsha's name.

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Mash you will be missed so much. I know this is the end of your suffering and just know we loved you and tried our best to do the best for you this last year, also. I remember how much you welcomed me to California when I moved out here in '75 and how much you helped out your family members with so many things over the years. It will not go unnoticed. We love and miss you.
Carol Nagie
July 18, 2020
Marsha was a good, kind and caring person, having that knack for making you feel like family, and when you saw her, always being genuinely interested in how you were doing. I was a friend, classmate and roommate of her brother Brad, and Marsha embodied that Nagie family trait that just strengthened the fabric of friends and family relationships. This world definitely needs more people like Marsha. She leaves warm memories, and she will be missed,
Gary Kujanek
July 17, 2020
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