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Shared by William Hohman on July 16, 2013

My name is Bill and I just discovered that she had passed away.  I am deeply saddened to hear of this news.  She was really a special woman and a friend.

I worked with Marsha for a couple of years in the ICU Step Down Unit at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth. 

She was one of the kindest and sweetest people that I have ever met in the Navy.  I wondered why such a wonderful woman left Midwest to pursue a career in the Navy.  Eventually, I concluded that it was her way to venture out from Pender, Nebraska to see “see the World and have an adventure.”   I think that it was an awesome opportunity to spread her wings and that she did.

While I worked with her, she earned the nickname “Corn Flakes, ” which fit her to a tee.  Other then she was blonde, she was pure as the wind driven snow, wholesome, raised on a farm in the Midwest with good morals and values.  

I respect and admire her for what she had done.  As for myself in this stage in my life I would trade it all to leave Chicago and move to a farming community where the good people.   

I hope that her family in Pender, her Husband and Children fine peace.   

Marsha, was an absolute delight and wonderful woman and I am blessed to have known her.

 Very Respectfully,

 Bill Hohman, CWO4, USN 

(Former -Technical Nurse Warrant Officer)

 Elk Grove Village, IL.

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