Shady was a dear friend in the Lord Jesus to me . We loved talking about the Word of God and our hope for Heaven . I know he is at home with the Lord .
To all the family of ARTHUR SHADY MARSH;We thought the world of Shady-He was one of the best neighbors that one could know. He will be missed .For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whomsoever BELIEVETH on him should not perish but have ever-lasting life. We all shall see Shady again and what a glorious re-union that will be.AMEN!-ANDREA ,JACK, DAMAN,AND JOHN KELLEY AND FELICIA MUNCY.
In memory of Arthur "Shady" Marsh, Andrea Lynn and Jack Kelley and family. lit a candle
I always looked forward to talking with Shady when he brought eggs and produce to the Garden Market in Philippi. I truly will miss him! My heartfelt condolences to Donna, Lew and all of the family.
Shady was a wonderful Christian man. He was a special cousin and a man we also considered a friend. We always loved to talk to him. He had so much knowledge and stories to tell about Pea Ridge and Nestorville folks. He helped sort out the alumni in the pictures we used in the Kasson School booklet. Shady will be missed by his family, extended family members, friends, and neighbors. And I can forget....we sure loved his eggs!
……...until we meet again, Shady.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
The story of Arthur Marsh’s nickname [Shady] . . . as was told to me by my Dad - Eb Marsh.
Arthur’s twin half-brothers, Eb and Deb Marsh . . . b1919 . . . were living at home with their Dad . . . Jim . . . and their step-mother Linnie, when Arthur was born.
One day, Eb and Deb were sitting on the porch recounting and laughing about a western movie cowboy star and his sidekick whose name was “Buck Shady”. As they laughed about the antics of the sidekick, Buck Shady, Arthur came “waddling” around the corner of the house asking “Wha’ ‘bout Buck Shady?
Dad told of his laughing and telling Deb . . . “there he is” . . . “Buck Shady”. The nickname stuck – and – was soon shortened to “Shady”. That was sometime in 1932.
/s/ Jack Marsh – b1940 in the same house where EB and Deb – and - Shady were born. In my story of "My Grade School Years" - the name "Shady" appears 17 times. He was special to us kids along Pea Ridge Road near Nestorville.
Our condolences to Sandy and Larry and the rest of the family.
So many good memories of my neighbor. Good Christian person. Great neighbor to my Mom after my Dad passed away. So sorry to hear about his passing. Unfortunately I won't be able to make it to the viewing or funeral as our family is out of town. Love and prayers to the whole family.
I’m so sorry for you loss but thankful to celebrate with you of his eternal home!
I’m sure he was received was a smile and opened arms!
Continued prayers for that peace and comfort beyond human understanding.
So very sorry
Shady was a wonderful man
Thoughts, Hugs and prayers from our family
So sorry to you Sandy, Donna and Thomas losing your Dad. He and Rose both have been such wonderful people to know! Take good care of your Momma now, Shady was her guardian angel! Heaven gained a true blessing with him! Love and prayers to you all, and to Noah as well. He used to be Shady's sidekick. --The Austin Family
In memory of Arthur "Shady" Marsh, Deborah Cain lit a candle
In memory of Arthur "Shady" Marsh, RICHARD AND LINDA JONES lit a candle
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.