Marsha Louise Tompkins

December 31, 1951 - September 1, 2022
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Wiley Funeral Home Chapel in Granbury
400 Hwy. 377 East
Granbury, TX 76048
817-573-3000 | Map
Wednesday 9/7, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Wiley Funeral Home Chapel in Granbury
400 Hwy. 377 East
Granbury, TX 76048
817-573-3000 | Map
Thursday 9/8, 11:00 am
Holly Hills Memorial Park
1909 Weatherford Hwy
Granbury, TX 76048
817-279-7270 | Map

Event ID: Wileyfh Password: KLWR3H   Marsha Louise Tompkins, 70, of Granbury, TX, entered into the presence of the Lord our God on September 1, 2022, in Weatherford, TX. Tragically, she succumbed to injuries following a tragic accident.  Marsha was born on December 31, 1951 to Edwin P. and Geraldine Shadle in Carlsbad, NM.   She grewContinue Reading

Michelle Wilganoski left a message on September 7, 2022:
Our prayers and condolences are with y’all and always will be, she was beautiful inside and out and will be missed dearly. May god give the family strength to get through this.
Robert Watson left a message on September 7, 2022:
Marsha will be greatly missed. I always will remember her warm love that she gave everyone. She is gone to soon. Much love to Charley, and your family.
Carol Ann Ables left a message on September 7, 2022:
Growing up, there was always “2-weeks in the Summertime” and “Christmas at Grandma and Granddaddy’s” that we could count on spending time with each other. But, oh the memories! Marsha is the only person who could leave me speechless. Her dry sense of humor would get me every time! My mind would race, my brain would be working hard trying to figure out how to respond to one of her stories, comments, or questions, but then I would look at her, really look into her eyes, and there would come that mischievous twinkle letting me know that she “got me, again!” Later in our lives, summer visits and Christmas would be passed over as we grew up and had our own families and they had families, but we almost always visited through a Christmas card, letter or package. My favorite from her was a folder full of memories — pictures, clippings, mailable trinkets/keepsakes, etc. only “Farsha” would think of how special that would be to me. My favorite from me to her was a hangable Christmas plaque that said: “When you stop believing in Santa, all you get is underwear!” (That’s the way it was at G’ma and G’daddy’s house, anyway!) Marsha’s Light will shine brightly on through her precious granddaughters, her loving son and his wife, and Charlie — her adoring and loving husband. I love you, Charlie, and I loved the way you and Marsha looked at each other! May you all be HELD tightly in the Comforting Arms of God through this difficult time. She loved you -all- so very much!
Michelle Wilganoski left a message on September 7, 2022:
Our deepest condolences 💐 and prayers are with y’all. May god give y’all the strength to get through this and he will.
Joe and Katie Phillips left a message on September 7, 2022:
Charlie, Joe and I are saddened at the news of Marsha's passing. You are in our prayers.
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Dorothy Glenn left a message on September 7, 2022:
Love and prayers for you all. I met Marsha at volleyball when our girls were just starting volleyball we spoke and she ask me how we were connected to the game . I told her our Great Granddaughter London played for the Smashers ,then she said her grand daughters were on the team and her daughter-in-law was the coach.. Beautiful lady great smile always spoke when we were both at the girls volleyball games. May Jesus hold each of you and lead you through this timer in your lives. God love’s you all and so do i .My love and prayers. Dorothy Glenn
Rudy and Joyce Armstrong and Family left a message on September 5, 2022:
Charlie, Charles, Stephanie and grandchildren, Marsha will be missed by all who knew and loved her. Marsha had a sweet presence and a loving caring love for all who knew her. Her love for Charlie and her family was apparent to everyone. She had a gentle nature and loved life. We are so belessed to have had Charlie and Marsha in our lives. You both made Rudy and I feel very special and you both are special to Rudy and I. Charlie, thank you for everything you did for us and thanks for the stories you would tell our grandchild. I can remember when you would go outside and find a rock in the yard and tell Trent and Taylor a story about that rock and they listened so attentatively. Then you would give that rock to them. Trent had your rocks on his shelf in his room for years. They were special to him, cause you made him feel special. God truly blessed our family when Rudy went to work for CAS and we got to know Marsha and Charlie. You took good care of our family over the years until Rudy's retirement. Then the trip to Costa Rica was so much fun spending time with you and Marsha. We will never forget that memory. However, I did not enjoy the aligator hunt so much. Being in a small boat with 7 people and one aligator tramitized me. I still don't understand why you all wanted to touch it. I just wanted out of the boat, but there were more aligators in the water than in the boat. This trip is a memory that Rudy and I will never forget and neither will we forget you and Marsha. Rest in peace knowing that Marsha is dancing at the feet of Jesus her Lord and Savior and with Bonnie. She had a huge impact on the lives of our family and others as well. Rudy, Joyce, Travis, Lance, Kim, Taylor, Trent, Victoria and Jack Armstrong
Ellen Sullivan left a message on September 4, 2022:
Marsha was kind, funny and strong. She was creative and it was always fun to learn what she was ‘up to.’ But most of all it was wonderful to see how devoted she was to her family. I know she is now joyful in the presence of Christ! And she knows Charlie and her family will be carried and protected by Christ through this time!
Wiley Funeral Home left a message:
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