In Memory

Marcia Rapp (Mann)

Marcia Rapp (Mann)

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04/03/17 11:13 AM #1    

Terri Weborg (Bartell)

Marcia, you will truly be missed by all.  With all you have gone throught in the past few years, may you finally rest in peace.  Love always, your friend Terri.

04/03/17 06:24 PM #2    

Michelle Desmet (Garbarino)

Marcia and I go all the way back to 2nd grade at Crocker School.  We spent many hours together, playing, partying, swimming together on the Park Terrace Swim team and hanging out at Vic's Ice Cream.   Even tho she is no longer with us the memories we made together will alway be there. 

Michelle DeSmet Garbarino



04/04/17 04:13 PM #3    

Barbara Coulson (Wilder)

Oh, sweet, Marcia.  We began together.  We started in Kindergarten at Crocker.  You were always the kindest, most loving person.  You will be missed in the world.  But your light will always shine in my heart, and in so many people's hearts whose lives you brightened.  

With love and gratitude.  


04/04/17 04:44 PM #4    

Steven Baker

Steve Baker

When I saw the message yesterday that Marcia had passed away, I pulled-out my 1962 yearbook to look at her pictures. An envelope that had been slipped in for safe keeping fell out. It turned out to be an invitation to an after grad party-breakfast, hosted by Marcia and Meribeth Murphy at Marcia's house on 11th Ave; something cosmic going on! So many happy memories to sustain us in our loss.

04/04/17 05:28 PM #5    

Patricia Wong

Cynthia Crowell Cotton wrote:

In memorial OMG, where do you go with memories this old and still this clear? Marcia lived just down the street from me and we had many a sleep over much to Linda's lack of approval. I remember when Marcia's dad converted the garage to a playroom. Marcia had many of her slumber parties there after the conversion. The cement floor was a little cold with only baby dolls to keep us warm, but perfect otherwise. Marcia, you won't be forgotten by any of your friends!

04/05/17 08:48 AM #6    

Cheryl Ingraham (Le Bel)

Dear,dear,Marsha.  We began kindergarten together. We began Brownies together at Bonnie Bonneti's house; in the basement. I still have the ceramic George Washington, glazed;as a craft project. I loved visiting your house your Mom, made the greatest cookies. Meeting again at the 50th, reunion was so much fun. Thoughts of you bring fun, loving, memories. 

04/05/17 08:53 AM #7    

Constance Fong (Chow)

‚ÄčI'm shocked and saddened to learn of Marcia's passing. Marcia and I attended Crocker Elementary, Caliifornia Jr. High, and McClatchy together. And were in Brownies and Girl Scouts too! We go back such a long way. Marcia always had a sparkle in her eye. I'm so glad to have seen her at the 50th class reunion and share old memories. Rest well my friend.

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