Marsha Anne (Stevens) Coleman, 68, passed away from this life on May 01, 2021 in Fredericksburg, Texas. She was born to Yvonne Ann (Cook) Stevens and Sammie Marshall Stevens in Astoria, Oregon on March 15, 1953.
Her first husband was Ray Spoon. When they divorced, she found the love of her life, John Oliver Coleman and they married on November 26, 1975. They lived all over Texas as well as out of state in Boise, Idaho, and Las Vegas, Nevada. They finally settled in Kerrville. Marsha and Johnny have had an adventurous 42 years of marriage until Johnny’s death on July 28, 2018.
Where Johnny’s work as an electrician took him, Marsha was right by his side. Johnny’s work took them to Houston, Midland, Austin, Boise, Las Vegas, back to Austin, Midland and Alpine. She worked at various jobs wherever they landed. Marsha was incredibly talented and had an arts and craft store in Midland. Finally, they moved back to the familiar territory of Kerrville. Marsha worked as bus driver for Kerrville ISD. Later, she followed her passion of cosmetology and had a beauty shop called Alchemy Beauty Salon at River Point. She absolutely loved her job and clients.
Marsha was preceded in death by her husband John Oliver Coleman, and her mother, Yvonne Ann (Cook) Stevens, her daughter, Patricia (Coleman) Pockat and son, Jeffrey Turner Coleman.
She is survived by her father, Sammie Marshall Stevens; daughter, Rachel Dawn Coleman Morgan; the girls, Zarena Rene Sexton, Falicity Cheyanne West, and Karlie Rae Mosqueda; sister, Sammie Dianne Neel and brother, Bryan Samuel Stevens; sister-in-law, Ann Elizabeth (Carter) Stevens, Glenda Quinn, Gail Henley, and Mary Coleman.
Nine grandchildren: Candice Joanna (Gray) Harris; Zachery Flores; Leslie Coleman, Sammie Coleman, Natalie Coleman; Taylor Coleman; Raynie Coleman; Jordon Westbrooke; and Ayden Monge.
Ten great grandchildren: Dexter and Dani Harris, Chloe and Oaklyn Flores, Harlow Maynard, Raymond MacKay, Wrenna Smith, Lilly Lewis, Artemis Westbrook, and Olivia Smith.
Marsha is also survived by many wonderful nieces, nephews and friends who loved her very, very much.
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