Marsha Lynn (Myers) Longberry

September 05, 1951 ‒ June 09, 2019

Marion, Ohio

Marsha Lynn (Myers) Longberry, age 67, of Marion, passed away Sunday, June 9, 2019 at Marion General Hospital after a brief illness.

Marsha was born on September 5, 1951 in Oak Hill, Ohio to the late Hayden Dennis and Edna Maxine (McDonald) Myers.  Marsha attended school in Jackson, Ohio where she graduated from Jackson High School in 1969.

Marsha married Steven Carl Longberry; together they spent 36 years together raising their family and taking motorcycle trips across the country.  They enjoyed riding their Gold Wing through the Blue Ridge Parkway, weekend trips to Little Nashville, Indiana and Canada.

Marsha worked for Fulfillment Corporation of American in various roles and retired in 1999 as a statistic clerk. After retirement, Marsha enjoyed spending her free time playing cards, on Thursdays, at The Marion Senior Center.  Most importantly, Marsha loved her children and grandchildren. She made sure to attend every event possible including marching band, football and basketball games.  Marsha enjoyed cheering on her grandson at The Special Olympics especially if it involved The Polar Plunge.

Marsha will be missed by her husband Steven; children, Michele (John) Slavens-Manering of Grove City and Rob (Stephanie) Slavens of Marion; and grandchildren, Colton, Chase, Dalton, Dylan, and Jennalynn.

Marsha was preceded in death by one brother, Dennis “Darrel” Myers.

Visitation will be held Thursday, June 13, 2019 from 4 until 6 pm at Snyder Funeral Homes, Gunder/Hall Chapel, 347 W. Center St., Marion.  A funeral service honoring Marsha will be held Thursday at 6 pm with Celebrant Galen McLeod officiating.  Burial will take place Friday in the Fairmont Cemetery, in Jackson, Ohio, at 1 pm.

Memorial donations may be made in Marsha’s honor to The Special Olympics of Central Ohio, 3303 Winchester Pike, Columbus, Ohio, 43232.

Snyder Funeral Homes, Gunder/Hall Chapel is honored to serve Marsha’s family. Online condolences and memories may be expressed by visiting


  • Thoughts and prayers to Steve and the family. Marsha was a true friend and will dearly missed! Jim and Carla O’Dell

  • I worked with Marsha at FCA/Kable for many years she was such a trip never a dull moment around her which made her very special. She will be missed greatly.

  • I was another co-worker and friend of Marsha’s at Kable. She was always great to work with. She will be missed.

  • I too was a co-worker of Marsha. But it was my mom Barb Owens that she worked with daily. My heart says Marsha and mom are up in heaven catching up. I didnt get to know her best til we became friends on facebook. She showed her ornery side and gave me many great laughs. My heartfelt condolences to her family. Your mom was a true friend with a big heart. She was so very proud of her grandson Chase. Rest in peace Marsha as you will be truly missed.

  • A 1969 Jackson High School Classmate gone too soon. We just celebrated our 50th class reunion and we were hoping that she would be able to attend. We have many fond memories from 7th grade thru our Senior year. Special thoughts and 🙏🙏🙏 goes to Marsha’s family.

  • I was so sorry to hear about Marsha. She was a wonderful lady. I graduated high school with her. Praying you feel the arms of God around you as you face the hard times ahead.
    Peggy Yinger 1969

  • Our deepest sympathies to Steve and family. Always had a wonderful time with Marsha, she had a great personality. Will miss her dearly. God bless you during this difficult time. Keith and Peggy Rasey. 😪🙏💖

  • Marsha and I were neighbors in Fairpark. She was a loving and caring person .She will be greatly missed. ,My condolences to her husband Steve ,daughter Michelle and son Robbie and other family members

    • I was a neighbor of Marsha in Fairpark,she was a kind and funny person.My condolences go out to her family

  • I know there are no words for your loss, but know we are sending our love and prayers. We love you all

  • Deepest sympathies for your loss. I worked with Marsha at Fulfillment Corporation of America, where she was a hard worker with a ready laugh and smile. We also played Words With Friends. She will be missed. Prayers to the family.

  • Marsha was also a Jackson classmate of mine. I was so sorry to hear of her sudden passing. My condolences to her family and friends. I remember as a very kind and caring person and I know she will be missed. Prayers to all of you during this time.

  • She was always a bright spot in my day whenever her and Steve came to the Moose when I was working. She will be missed and my deepest condolences to all family and friends

  • I was a former co-worker of Marsha’s at FCA/Kable. She was such a kind good hearted person with an ornery streak a mile long! There were always smiles and laughter in her presence. My sincere condolences to her family. She will be missed dearly.

  • I worked with Marsha at Fullfilment she was such a wonderful fun person. So many goodmemories. My sincere condolences to her loving family

  • I give my condolences to Steve, Michelle and Robbie. I remember her being funny with a big heart. I wish that I could be there. Hugs and prayers are with you all.

  • Such a very special, loving, caring & wonderful friend…Heaven found an angel…My condolences & God bless Marsha…

  • We are so sorry for your loss. Marsha was such an amazing spirit and will be dearly missed. We love you all

  • Deepest sympathy for the loss of your wife. You two were a great couple. I wish we could have done more rides together.
    I deeply regret not knowing of her passing. We would liked to have attended the showing and given you support you need.
    We are available if you need anything.
    Again Very Sorry
    Earle Beveridge and Diane Weary