ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Marsha Taylor-Daniel. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Susana Grice on April 22, 2021
Marsha was an amazing colleague and human being. I had the pleasure of working with her at American Express and we both kept in touch after leaving the company. We were planning a lunch right before the first COVID lockdown hit. I was hopeful that we would meet up this year... unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be. I will miss Marsha dearly and I’m grateful for having crossed paths with her. May she rest in peace. Sending condolences to her loved ones.
Posted by Sarah Sheehan on April 22, 2021
Marsha was simply amazing. Such energy, such warmth, such passion. Marsha was someone you could never forget and I will never forget her. I had the pleasure of working with Marsha at American Express. She made every interaction we had feel like fun, not work. I was caught up in her enthusiasm for life, her broad smile and very contagious laugh. When Marsha smiled and laughed, I couldn't be help do the same. I can't quite believe that I won't see Marsha's smile or share stories with her anymore. Marsha, you had so much more to enjoy and I thank you for being in my life. You are missed beyond words. My heart goes out to your family and I hope they take some comfort in knowing that you touched so many people in your life. Rest in Peace dear Marsha. 
Posted by Heath Heise on April 17, 2021
I had the great fortune of working with Marsha over the London 2012 period, at Amex. She was always the most positive and warm person in the room, and a joy to work with. It was an intense 18 month programme, and we became close colleagues. When we got stressed as a team, she was often the one to calm the tone and bring us back to earth. But as great as she was a worker and colleague, her true passion was her family. She loved to tell us stories of those she loved most in this world, it is for you that I am truly sorry and at a loss. To a wonderful woman, gone far too soon. x
Posted by swaroop s on April 13, 2021
When i remember Marsha, her smiling face is what will come to my mind. She was a person full of positivity and ideas. She will be missed.

Rest in Peace Marsha.
Posted by Reena Kaur on April 10, 2021
Marsha was an amazing friend and a great soul. I knew Marsha from Skinners Secondary School. Her laugh was contagious, she was always smiling in Drama. Marsha and I met up after a long time and we shared some lovely memories recently. We only had a chat this February about juggling homeschooling and work. I will miss her greatly. Marsha you were an amazing person x. Reena
Posted by Temidayo Otubambo on April 10, 2021
Dearest Marsha,

You will forever remain in my heart! Rest in peace my old friend. xxx
Posted by Chippy Antony on April 8, 2021
I still cannot believe that I will never again see Marsha's ever smiling face sitting opposite me or hear her infectious laughter ringing out throughout the floor. She was the most positive person I have ever had the good fortune to meet and had a can-do attitude in even the most dire situations. I fervently hope that all of her amazing qualities live through her beautiful boys. Jeremy, I myself lost my mother as a toddler. All I can say is that despite the loss your boys are facing, with your love and support and that of the extended family, they will absolutely grow into young men that Marsha would be proud of. Sending love and best wishes your way in these challenging times.
Posted by Chris Durman on April 7, 2021
I was a colleague of Marsha’s when I worked at American Express. Marsha had a lovely personality, kind, friendly and fun. Her enthusiasm and energy was limitless. My thoughts are with her family who have lost so much.
Posted by Helen Courtney on March 29, 2021
I worked with Marsha about four years ago. She was warm and kind and came to work with a beautiful smile and positive energy every day. She championed for the minority and stood firm with her beliefs whilst always remaining professional and eloquent. Even when she left she supported me and encouraged me to better myself and for that I will always be grateful, I thank her for some of the achievements I accomplished just last year all because of her encouragement and faith. My thoughts and warmest condolences to her family and close friends at this very sad time. I know she will be missed by many, particularly her two beautiful little boys. Rest in peace lovely lady xxx
Posted by dan sussman on March 29, 2021
Marsha was an inspiration. In the few months that I knew Marsha, she was always able to brighten the mood. Her bright smile and cheerful demeanor will forever be remembered. Marsha was optimistic and tried to bring out the positive of situations. I am grateful of the time I got to spend with her and learn from her. Everyone is better for having known Marsha. My deepest and sincerest condolences for her family’s loss.
Posted by Manish Malhotra on March 29, 2021
I had known Marsha for about a year. She had reached out to me while I was setting up Education program for communities as a part of CSR. We had multiple discussions and she had so many ideas, suggestions that helped shape the thinking. It is so sad to even think that when the program is finally launching in April she won't be around to witness it. Marsha will be always missed. Prayers for her soul to rest in peace and her young family find strength. 
Posted by Priyanka Gomekar on March 29, 2021
The Woman With A Bright Smile - this is how most of us will always remember Marsha. I have known her for a very short period of time but sometimes it does not take too long to connect with some people. She was a strong, positive and a very cheerful person, always full of new ideas and perspectives.
You will be missed. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Satya Noupada on March 29, 2021
Marsha joined our team very recently, yet she became integral part of the team over this short period of time. She was always comes with positive attitude and bright smile. She hadunique perspectives and experience that she shared with team and always ready to help the team. She was a dear friend and colleague and it was a privilege to have known her. Marsha you will be forecer missed, Rest in Peace
Posted by Akhil Sinhal on March 28, 2021
I had known Marsha just about over two months, its difficult to imagine the connection and camaraderie developed over this short period. She was always the most positive person on the table in any meeting, always beaming with a bright smile. She always had a unique perspective, a very clear thought process and a can do attitude. She was a dear friend, colleague and a very positive person and it was a privilege to have known her. Marsha you will be forever missed, Rest in Peace.
Posted by Mark Hartley on March 27, 2021
Marsha was always a beacon of positivity and light. A woman of strong values and huge warmth with a laugh and smile to match. Always keen to help and do her bit. She was a great friend and colleague with whom I had many interesting conversations. Her ideas and points of view were always fresh, interesting, and challenging. I will miss those discussions. There was so much more to discuss. Most of all I will miss her 'can-do' spirit, energy and of course that smile!  Rest in Peace Marsha. The people that you leave behind are so much richer for having known you.

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Posted by Susana Grice on April 22, 2021
Marsha was an amazing colleague and human being. I had the pleasure of working with her at American Express and we both kept in touch after leaving the company. We were planning a lunch right before the first COVID lockdown hit. I was hopeful that we would meet up this year... unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be. I will miss Marsha dearly and I’m grateful for having crossed paths with her. May she rest in peace. Sending condolences to her loved ones.
Posted by Sarah Sheehan on April 22, 2021
Marsha was simply amazing. Such energy, such warmth, such passion. Marsha was someone you could never forget and I will never forget her. I had the pleasure of working with Marsha at American Express. She made every interaction we had feel like fun, not work. I was caught up in her enthusiasm for life, her broad smile and very contagious laugh. When Marsha smiled and laughed, I couldn't be help do the same. I can't quite believe that I won't see Marsha's smile or share stories with her anymore. Marsha, you had so much more to enjoy and I thank you for being in my life. You are missed beyond words. My heart goes out to your family and I hope they take some comfort in knowing that you touched so many people in your life. Rest in Peace dear Marsha. 
Posted by Heath Heise on April 17, 2021
I had the great fortune of working with Marsha over the London 2012 period, at Amex. She was always the most positive and warm person in the room, and a joy to work with. It was an intense 18 month programme, and we became close colleagues. When we got stressed as a team, she was often the one to calm the tone and bring us back to earth. But as great as she was a worker and colleague, her true passion was her family. She loved to tell us stories of those she loved most in this world, it is for you that I am truly sorry and at a loss. To a wonderful woman, gone far too soon. x
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Shared by Rahul Bhalla on April 13, 2021
Marsha was a sweet and nice person. She always helped others and spreads smile. I still remember her always encouraging and helping me every time we spoke.
It’s unbelievable and I won’t be able to believe it ever..you will be missed Marsha. Rest In Peace my friend.