Marsha Irene McKenzie

October 12, 1952 - July 31, 2023

Marsha Irene McKenzie

October 12, 1952 - July 31, 2023


Always positive.

A sharp sense of humor.

The very best listener.

Extraordinarily strong.

No flowers, please. Your kind thoughts are more than enough.

Charities: Contributions to the Bellingham Food Bank are greatly appreciated.

An informal service for Marsha will be held on Saturday, August 26th, 2pm at Marsha and Michael’s home. 106 Carter Drive, in Bellingham. Please consider parking at Birchwood Elementary School, a short, ten-minute walk away.

From 2 – 3 PM tour Marsha’s garden and, along the way, meet and share stories of our lovely friend with others. At 3:00, or so, Michael will say a few words, followed by bagpipes at Marsha’s request. Afterwards, feel free to stay a while in poignant contemplation of the passing of our dear friend. (Laughter and tears are encouraged.)




Memorial Service

  • Date & Time: August 26, 2023 (2:00 PM - 4:00 PM)
  • Venue: Marsha And Michael's Home
  • Location: 106 Carter Drive Bellingham, WA - (Get Directions)

Bellingham Food Bank

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4 responses to Marsha Irene McKenzie

  1. Pete M says:

    She was my second mom as a kid. I always loved her, even after many years of not seeing her. She always welcomed me with much love. Such an enormous loss to us all. Rest in peace.

  2. Kate Manning says:

    Oh, Marsha, Marsha, Marsha! Always a smile and a hug… my dear , sweet friend. The sun is shining a little less bright without you
    Michael, Jeff and Christopher … much love from your other mother

  3. Sophia rozen says:

    Marsha was always so loving and kind to me growing up. She always had a warm smile and amazing hugs. I will always remember the fun times I had with her in karate class and all of the encouragement that she gave me. Sensei Marsha was one of the strongest and most loving people I had the honor of having in my life growing up. She will be greatly missed by my my family and I. With all our love and support the Rozen’s family.

  4. Steve Urich says:

    She was so beautiful and kind. A Rare combination. I will always remember seeing Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid with her. At the 5 or was it the 10-year Reunion she showed how she could pound the softball.

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