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Marsha Lynn Kridner (Trutschel)



In loving memory of our dear classmate


CHILLICOTHE: Marsha Lynn Trutschel, 69, of Chillicothe, died 10:55 pm, Wednesday, May 3, 2017, at the Ohio State University Hospital, following a 3 month illness.

She was b  orn September 2, 1947 in Houston, TX to the late Edward William and Betty Lou Russell Kridner. On January 20, 2001 she married Thomas E. Trutschel, who survives. Also surviving are her three children, Lauri (Brian) Nelson, Spring, TX, Dorian (Eris) Watson, Oakland, CA, and Colin Watson, Portland, OR; a sister, Jan (Eric) Hearnsberger, Spring, TX and a brother, Kurt (Joanne) Kridner, Tomball, TX.

Marsha was known to have a servant's heart. She worked tirelessly behind the scenes to help those in need. Whether it was welcoming folks in need into her home, assisting the needy with rides, appointments, and deliveries, or helping her husband with his councilman's position or business, Marsha was there to help. She was instrumental in her husband's business and political success. She was a member of the Good Shepherd Anglican Church.

Funeral services will be held 7:00 pm Monday at the Haller Funeral Home & Crematory, Rev. Rick Terry officiating. Friends may call 5-7 pm at Haller's on Monday. Memorial contributions may be made to Lifeline of Ohio, 770 Kinnear Rd., Columbus, OH 43212. Her online memorial register is available at

Published in the Chillicothe Gazette from May 5 to May 6, 2017


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06/17/17 02:38 PM #1    

James Davlin (Davlin)

I don't post much but this has broke my heart. Marsha was a kind and beautiful person. When we all were at Black Jr. High she, Rusty Kenedy and I hung out before school. We were never boy friend and girlfriend however we went to several dances together, she was kind and I was the happiest guy on the dance floor! Godspeed sweet lady!

06/18/17 12:48 PM #2    

Steven Jay Stoneburner

So sorry to hear about Marsha she and I were great friends, she was so funny, I am at a loss, Rest in Peace Marsha you were loved by so many people. 

06/18/17 12:51 PM #3    

Steven Jay Stoneburner

James, you are so right I knew both Marsha and Rusty.  I remember with Rusty's family moved from Garden Oaks way out to Champions on a new road called FM 1960.  Damn it was a long way to drive but I did it LOL.  Both of these girls were class acts, so sorry to hear abut Marsha.  I hope Rusty is Great.

06/24/17 10:29 AM #4    

Teddie Jordan ' 64

Rest In Peace sweet Marsha.

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