Marsha Lynn Goodsell
Marsha Lynn Goodsell, age 62, of Protem, Missouri, passed away
December 25, 2020. She entered this life August 12, 1958, in Harrison,
Arkansas, the daughter of Marion and Tressie (Tate) Lugenbell.
With all the joys of the Christmas season, Marsha cherished the lights,
movies, presents, and all the trimmings and time together. She loved her
family with a love that will endure the test of time. Sounds of the “Tweety
voice” are already being practiced and used by the grandchildren.
Marsha was the “Rock” of the family. Any question or situation was brought
to the master problem solver. She enjoyed the outdoors while hunting,
fishing, gardening, or working her rose garden. Prior to her husband
Richard’s passing, the two of them covered many miles on the road while
he was trucking. Memories were made with the grandchildren gathered
around while she played her guitar and sang her songs. One thing is for
certain, Marsha loved the Lord with all her heart. There is no doubt where
she is now. She will be dearly missed.
Marsha is preceded in death by her father, Marion Lugenbell; husband,
Richard Goodsell; brother, Artie Lugenbell; and stepmother, Patricia
She is survived by her mother, Tressie Lugenbell; three sons: Dustin
(Tabatha) Goodsell, David (LeAnn) Goodsell, and Phillip (Tamitha)
Goodsell; two daughters: Sheila (Jacob) Yonkie, and Tiffany Goodsell; 22
grandchildren: Rylee, Monty, Ethan, D.J., Jessica, Michala, Trenton,
Hunter, Amber, Angel, Chance, Anzie, Alana, Serenity, Ashley, Sarah,
Johnny, Hayden, Joclyn, Silus, Madlyn, and Lacota. She is also survived by
her two sisters: Sheyla Nunn and Debbie Barbour; seven brothers: Randy
(Barbara) Lugenbell, Larry Lugenbell, Lowell Mings, Tom Mings, Bud
Stoneburner, Jerry Stoneburner, and Russell Stoneburner; and many
nieces, nephews, and extended family.
A celebration of life will be held 11:00 a.m. December 31, 2020, at the
Camden Hotel & Conference Center in Branson, Missouri. Tony Williams
will be officiating, and Ron and Zack Yarger will be providing the music.
Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Cremations of the
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