Josephine (Crivelli) Marsh
May 16, 1912 – April 19. 2013
Josephine (Crivelli) Marsh passed peacefully in her sleep at the age of 100+.
Josephine was born in Loleta, Calif. to Dalida and Charles Crivelli. She enjoyed working until her retirement in the payroll dept. of California Barrel Co. and then with Humboldt Flakeboard.
She and her husband Eddie spent their free time in their flower gardens. She loved to walk, travel, visit friends and family with her sister Katie. She was preceded in death by her husband Edward Marsh in 1975, and by her parents, Charles and Dalida Crivelli, sister Katherine Bates, brother Curtis Crivelli and his wife Kathleen, brother Henry Crivelli and his wife Betty, sister Lena (Crivelli) Cooper and her husband Albert, and nephew Gary Crivelli.
She is survived by her younger brother Charles Crivelli II and his wife Jan of Modesto, Calif. She is also is survived her many nieces and nephews; Charles Crivelli III (wife Earlane), Curtis Crivelli (wife Claudia), Linda (Cooper) Harling (husband Don), Harvey Crivelli (wife Wanda), Patricia (Crivelli) Hofman (husband Garret), Katherine (Crivelli) Lively, Arlene (Crivelli) Linhares (husband Gary), Albert Cooper (wife Jacque), Donna (Crivelli) McMakin (husband Mack), Charles Cooper, Bill Crivelli (wife Rhonda), and many great-nieces and great-nephews as well as her cousins; Larry Crivelli Jr., Jeri (Crivelli) Thompson, Kathy (Crivelli) Yingst, Mark Crivelli, Steven Crivelli, Judie (Crivelli) Johnson, and Susan (Crivelli) Phillips and husband Marc.
A service will be held at Christ the King Catholic Church, 1951 McKinlelyville Ave., McKinleyville, Ca. on Friday April 26. at 1:30 p.m. A reception will follow at the church.
In place of flowers you can donate to the Christ the King Catholic Church fund or to Hospice of Humboldt County.
We would like to give special thanks Mary Adams for taking care of Josephine this last year. We also would like to thank the staff at Timber Ridge in McKinleyville for their great service and care, also a big thanks to Hospice of Humboldt County for their support and care of Josephine.