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In Loving Memory

Georger-Larios, Marsha

Georger-Larios, Marsha on Monday October 23, 2023.  Loving daughter of Melinda and the late Michael Georger.  Beloved mother of Jenna (Kendall) Summers and Matthew (Kimberlynn) Larios.  Dearest grandmother of Charlotte, Harvey Monster and Ruby.  Dear sister of Mary Koonce,  JoAnn (favorite brother-in-law James) Johnson.  Our dear aunt, niece, cousin and friend.

Visitation at KUTIS CITY CHAPEL 2906 Gravois Ave. 63118 on Thursday October 26, from 3 till 7:00 PM with a prayer service at 6:00 PM.


9 thoughts on “Georger-Larios, Marsha”

  1. Matthew, sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. Deepest condolences to the Georger-LARIOS family. My family and I will keep you all lifted in prayer. Love the Waters Family

  2. My dear friend, what can I say my heart is broken over you and my soul is hurt. So many memories some of the funniest I can’t share here but… We shared some laughter over the years.. I think pretty much your favorite saying as you’re laughing at me was, “you’re stupid,”; lol!! Gone home far too early from our lives. I’m grateful that I got to talk to you. This isn’t goodbye but, “see you later”.

  3. Marsha was one of the sweetest people I ever made friends with. I will always remember her and how she adored my daughter and saw her as her own and went out of her way to do things for me. Marsha you grew on me so much I miss hearing your voice and joking with you. Our Marshmallow we will always love you.

  4. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. Your family will be kept in my heart and prayers. You will be forever missed by family and friends. Fly high beautiful angel.

  5. One of my fondest memories of my neice Marsha is when she was very young every time I would see her she would always ask for my hair brush and she would brush my long dark hair. I can still see her gleaming smile as she took such delight in doing this simple act. I also visited her as she showed me her home I was so surprised to see she still had the dresser we gave her from 1975 when we first got married. I commented to Marsha I can’t believe you kept the bedroom dresser all these years her answer was, “Why there’s nothing wrong with it except I spilled a little finger nail polish remover on it and it took the finish off.” Simplicity that was her, didn’t need a new one. Got to love it, got to love her, and I did.

  6. I just found out today my friend passed we share the same birthday so we called each other twin my condolences Marsha was such a beautiful person I was the bad twin I loved her so much she cooked chicken parmesan invited me to dinner I will never forget it was so delicious 😋 may she RIP I also worked with her at Lee’s chicken yes we had fun 💔💔💔


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