Marsha Nahodyl

7-24-48 to 3-30-24

He has cometh to take up His Jewel, His Precious Jewel, His Loved, His Own for His Kingdom. She shines in His Beauty a bright jem for His Crown….

Marsha Nahodyl peacefully went home with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Saturday morning, March 30, 2024, at her residence in Lancaster, Ohio

Marsha was a humble and kind soul who loved her redeemer. Marsha was married to the love of her life, Peter W Nahodyl, for 52 wonderful and happy years. She and Peter were members of The First Baptist Church of Logan, Ohio and members of The American Legion Auxiliary in Logan, Ohio.

Marsha and her loving husband Peter were blessed with the following family: Son, Christopher Nahodyl, and wife Michelle of Harrison Arkansas, granddaughter, Briane Nahodyl and grandson, Bryce Nahodyl of Channelview, Texas; Daughter, Jennifer Shupe of Logan, Ohio, grandsons, Daniel Miller, Michael Nahodyl, and Austin Shupe, all of Lancaster, Ohio; Daughter, Sara Nahodyl of Denver, Colorado; Son, Steven Nahodyl and wife Laura, granddaughter, Abigail of Lancaster, Ohio; Bonus son and daughter, Frank Clark and wife Mary, granddaughters, Candace Clark, Amelya Clark, Aubrey Clark, and Gabriella Clark, grandsons, Frankie Clark and Lester Clark, all of Lancaster, Ohio, and Nicole Brengartner; Marsha’s best friend and primary caregiver, Vickie Valetine of Lancaster, Ohio; Brothers-in-law, John Stephen Nahodyl of Boulder Colorado, and Paul Mogans Nahodyl of New York, NY; Brother, Jeff Ruboff; and Sister, Bonnie Van Thiel.

Marsha was proceeded in death by her husband, Peter W Nahodyl; parents, Norman and Clair Ruboff; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Stephen and Ruth Nahodyl; sister, Dori Michelle Ruboff; as well as many other family and close friends.

Funeral services were held at 1:00 P.M. Friday, April 5, 2024, at the Heinlein-Brown Funeral Home in Logan, Ohio. Burial was in Shaw Cemetery, Logan, Ohio.

Calling hours were observed 5-8 pm Thursday, April 4, 2024, at the funeral home.

Marsha requested donations, in lieu of flowers, to be given to First Baptist Church of Logan, Ohio.

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