August 30, 1960 ~ June 20, 2020

Born in: Palmerton, Pennsylvania
Resided in: Denver, Colorado

Dee Dee Marsch, 59, passed away on June 20, 2020. She was born in Palmerton, PA to Rita Konsko and Richard Craig on August 30, 1960.

Dee Dee had an infectious smile and personality that will not be soon forgotten. She is survived by her husband of 31 years Bill Marsch; her mother Rita Moyer and her step father Mel Moyer; her siblings Paula Primrose, Diane Moyer, Brett Craig, James Craig, and Matthew Craig; her nieces Nicole Craig and Kyla Craig; her nephew Jason Craig; along with many other loving family members and friends. She was preceded in death by her father Richard Craig.

It is undeniable that Dee Dee will be deeply missed, but her love will live on through all the lives she has touched.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Dee Dee’s memory to:
The Adams County Animal Shelter
10705 Fulton Street
Brighton, CO 80601
720-523-PETS (720-523-7387)
https://animalshelter.adcogov.org/donate

Please share memories of Dee Dee and condolences with her family in the guestbook below.

A Viewing and Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, June 28th. You are encouraged to wear Dee Dee’s favorite color – purple!

Thank you for your love and support during this difficult time. You are invited to join the family for a Viewing and Funeral Service to honor Dee Dee Marsch via Zoom on Sunday, June 28, 2020. This is scheduled to begin at 11:00am and will continue until 1:30pm. You can login as early as 10:45am.

Join Zoom Meeting by clicking: https://zoom.us/j/5562703703 OR https://zoom.us/join/ Meeting ID: 556-270-3703

Memories Timeline

Guestbook

  1. Dear Rita and family,
    My sincerest sympathy to you all in the loss of Dee Dee.
    I know that all the happy times and memories that you all had together will get you through these difficult days.
    You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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  2. Bill and family

    We were sorry to hear about the loss of your wife. We are sending you our thoughts and prayers.

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  3. I’m so sorry Bill … Dee Dee will be so missed . Her laugh I so loved it was so infectious . Her passion for animals ….And the fact that she loved purple. Our thoughts .. love .. and prayers are with you always .

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  4. Billy and family,

    So sorry for your loss. Remember her in laughter and love. And crystals in moonlight!

    Thoughts and prayers,
    Rosie

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  5. Our deepest thoughts & condolences, Uncle Bill. May she rest in paradise.
    -William, Harley, Camren & Sadie.

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  6. My condolences dear brother…I am so sorry for your loss…Dee Dee will be missed..she was always nice to me and I appreciate her very much…I love you and if you ever need anything….RIP

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  7. Bill, Wade and I are so sorry for your loss. Dee Dee was a great friend and I’m so happy that I had the privilege of knowing her. Praying for you and her family.
    Love, Wade & Wendy Gill

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  8. Bill, Family, and Friends:
    I am so deeply sorry for your loss. You are all so fortunate, you knew her much longer than I did and I will miss her terribly! DeeDee was amazing and genuine! Her laughter was extremely infectious and I loved that she shared it with me.
    I’ve only known her for a couple years and her presence in my life will definitely be missed! She and I could laugh all damn day and night about the silliest things. I loved that she consistently made my job not a job when she would come see me, it always felt like we were lifetime friends that never missed a beat. DeeDee, I will miss you so much and I love you girl!

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  9. Bill,
    Words are never enough at a time like this, but know my thoughts are with you.
    Tony and Dee Dee are probably sharing a newspaper and a cup coffee!
    Your neighbor, Chris

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  10. Uncle Bill,

    Henry, Bill and I send our love. Aunt Dee Dee was funny, beautiful and so loving! She will be missed!

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  11. Bill, we are truly sorry for your loss. We’re still in shock that Dee Dee is gone. We’ll be in touch. Dee, WTF! We’re just getting the pool set up and expected you to be jumping in. We kept one of the bottles of wine you gave us, expecting to share it with you. We’ll be toasting you with it now. Even if Bethany was hoping the 49er’s would win, we’re glad you got to see the Chiefs win! Always in our hearts and memories, Tom & Bethany

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