Marsha Dee (Westbrook) Borror

July 20, 1952 ‒ September 17, 2019

Grove City, Ohio

Marsha Dee (Westbrook) Borror, age 67, of Grove City, passed away Tuesday morning, September 17, 2019, at Mount Carmel Grove City.

She was born on July 20, 1952, in Mount Gilead, OH, to the late William G. and Patsy R. (Newson) Westbrook who survives. Marsha graduated from Hilliard High School with the class of 1970.

Marsha’s greatest achievement in life was her family. She loved spending time with them, researching genealogy, and even getting to travel with her family. Marsha also had a soft touch for animals. Her love for cats was almost as abundant as her own family. More recently, Marsha enjoyed cooking and collecting recipes for the family.

She will be dearly missed by her children: Scarlet (Paul) Kilzer of Hilliard, Aaron (Elizabeth) Grassel of Commercial Point, Samantha Hunter of Grove City, Jonathan Borror of Columbus, and Nathan (Melanie) Borror of Grove City; nine grandchildren and one on the way; and a brother, Daniel Westbrook (Zhaoyang Hou) of Arlington, VA.

Marsha was preceded in death by her father, William and a son, Barton Borror.

Per Marsha’s wishes, a private committal will be held with her family at Rivercliff Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in Marsha’s memory to the humane society of your choice.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to have been chosen to serve Marsha’s family and your condolences may be expressed to them by visiting

  • I am so very sorry that all of you are going through such pain. Lean in and hold each other tight.

    I love you Patsy,

  • The chosen picture is exactly how I remember Marsha. She was my sister’s best friend but we all went to Ruam Rudi together and I remember her coming to our house to practice cheerleading. Such a joyous woman that I will dearly miss.

  • Marsha was a true friend. She was strong in her faith & shared God’s love & promises with all of us. She was intelligent beyond compare & an unwavering leader in high school & even now. The world is a lot less bright without Marsha.

  • I loved her so much! I will miss her! We reconnected almost 50 years after our school days in Thailand!. It was like we had never been apart. She was such a wonderful person and one that all who knew her, loved her. My deepest condolences to her family, She was taken too soon.

  • Still numb from the news. Your mother and grandmother was a wonderful friend. We exchanged cards of encouragement for nearly two years, I will miss receiving the cards as well as sending .

    It is rare to find a friend that is like- minded and supportive of the same causes. No worries Marsha we will continue to seek the truth and let the world know!!

    I will miss your lovely pictures of awesome creations that came out of your kitchen; introducing me to Rumi; your compassion for animals; your sense of humor; our mutual love of dishes and place settings; unending and unwavering devotion to your children and friends; seeker of the truth and compassion for children and the unborn; and your disdain for the evil doers of the world!

    I pray heaven is all you imagined it to be! We all look forward to seeing you again dear friend. We are the Tigers, mighty mighty Tigers!

  • You have gone to soon my darling, this new journey you are taking I’m sure you will find exciting as any new thing to tackled in life. I miss you dear friend, and will think of you always. Although we were in opposite ends in our thinking, it didn’t matter to either one of us, we were friends and that was enough. Till we meet again. I leave my my condolences to your family, please of talk of Marsha often and please do not forget how wonderful she was.

  • I was saddened by the news of Marsha’s passing and still am. We met at school in Thailand and reconnected after almost 50 years a few years ago on Facebook. I live in Australia. Marsha was a wonderful person kind caring loving and giving. A beautiful friend to all who knew her. I loved and will miss our conversations. We shared so many dreams together even though we were countries apart. I loved her beautiful photos particularly those of her new kitchen of which she was so proud. I loved the photos of her creations.

    My deepest condolences to Marsha’s family – her mother brother children and grandchildren. May God Bless you all.

    Rest in Peace my friend and May God Bless you
    I love you and will miss you dearly.
    Peta Landers (McEwen)p