Marsha Morrell Obituary, Death – Marsha Morrell, who lived in Camden, Illinois, and had reached the age of 65 when she died away on March 22, 2023, at 3:50 in the morning, in the comfort of her own home. She was the daughter of William Prather, who had passed away, and Retha Wells Prather, who had also passed away.
Neither of her parents survived her. Her birthday is December 9th, and she was born in Rushville, Illinois, in 1957. On June 25, 1988, she tied the knot with Gary Morrell in Bethany Church, which is situated in close proximity to Camden, Illinois. In addition to his two brothers and their spouses, Terry Prather and Kathy Prather, and Scott Prather and Angie Prather, all of Rushville, Illinois,
he is survived by one sister-in-law, Sharon Topel of Quincy, Illinois, and one brother-in-law, Carl Morrell of St. Louis, Missouri, as well as a large number of nieces and nephews. He was born in Quincy, Illinois, and graduated from Quincy High School. Quincy, Illinois, is where he started his life.
Marsha graduated from Rushville High School in 1976, the same year as the rest of her class. She was awarded her diploma by the school. Following that, she attended Spoon River College in order to further her education. In addition to working at Farm King in Macomb, Illinois, where she was employed for a number of years, she lived her entire life as a farm wife.
Some of her favorite things to do include putting together crossword puzzles, reading, and watching birds. On Monday, March 27, 2023, at 2:00 p.m., funeral services will be held at the Worthington Funeral Home, and the Reverend Tom Robbins will preside over the event.
Following the conclusion of the funeral service, the burial will take place at the Rushville City Cemetery. The wake will begin at four in the afternoon and continue until six in the evening on Sunday. The funeral home will be open for visitation during this time. The Schuyler County Farm Bureau Scholarship Foundation and the Cass-Schuyler Hospice are both worthy recipients of memorial contributions in honor of the person who has passed away.