I am so sorry for your loss Mr. Buzz. From the first day I met Mrs. Marsha and yourself, I knew you two had a very special connection. Thank you for being a role model couple and for always greeting me with a warm smile. From the RCIA classes to the preparation of my son’s baptism, I enjoyed every minute of it. Thank you for the wonderful memories and for making a huge impact in my life. May you Rest In Peace and rejoice next to our Lord.
I worked with Marsha at UTMB. She was so amazing..I loved our conversations, and getting to see her every day. She had such an impact on our patients and us as nurses that when she retired we knew who was missing. What a blessing she was to all of us...she will truly be missed, but what a wonderful angel she will be. God bless
Buzz, we are so sorry for you loss.
In memory of Marsha Elizabeth Standridge, Tabatha Simpson lit a candle
In memory of Marsha Elizabeth Standridge, Nancy Latham lit a candle
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Buzz, Kimberly, Daryl, and family, Aunt Ruby, Uncle Bob, and all our cousins,
You are all in our thoughts and prayers. We have fond memories of family times spent at Maw-Maw’s and in Beaumont. It was always fun for the cousins to be together and enjoy each other. Playing under the pear trees, sitting on the porch eating MawMaw’s homemade ice cream and blackberry cobbler, and playing”gotcha last”, are all fond memories of childhood. As we all grew up, visits were fewer but the family bonds remained. This was very apparent when we had our Comeaux family reunion in Galveston in 2015. Marsha and Buzz you were both so helpful in securing a venue and caterer to host about 75 of us!!! What a fun, memorable weekend!!! We know Marsha is now experiencing great joy being in God’s presence.
We love y’all,
Nancy, Phyllis, Scooter, and Melissa
I am so sorry, Buzz, to hear about Marsha. I always enjoyed being around her and your family. May you find peace in the love of Christ Jesus.
She is in heaven with Jesus Christ our Lord. Sorry for your lost Buzz praying for you and your family!
Daryl and family - my deepest sympathies for your loss.
In memory of Marsha Elizabeth Standridge, Juan Baigen and Tilde Baigen lit a candle
Condolence to the family of Marsha. My wife and I met her in bible classes at Saint Patrick Church. She was a very nice person ,was well liked by every one God bless her family
My deepest condolence go out to Marsha's family!! Always enjoying our outings with the St Anne's group. They hold a special place in my heart! Having warm heart felt connections to all in the group!! Knowing that the Father holds a special place in this family!! Marsha is resting in the Father's arms. Peace & Love, RIP Cindy Wagner
Our deepest sympathy in the passing of Marsha. The way she lived her life and fought her illness, was an inspiration to many.
Ron & Joan Rust
Daryl, on behalf of your teammates at Wells Fargo we would like to offer our deepest condolences to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time.
The Bible Studies, the caring of those at UTMB her getting me to join the Altar Society
Her genuine carding for other, her love for Buzz & her children these are the memories I cherish about Marsha. Sure God had a special place for her in Heaven.
May She rest in Peace
A Great Lady has passed. She touched many lives and helped make my Brother Buz the great man he became. God Bless. 😢
I remember your childhood visits to Stockton, all piled into your station wagon. My most precious memory is being with you and our families in New Orleans. You shared wonderful information about the Cathedral during our visit; introduced us to a rather unique offering at dinner in the French Quarter; and took us on a walking tour of Bourbon Street. I will always remember your smile and your cheerfulness. I’m so proud to be able to have you as my cousin in my heart forever.
I’m so sorry for the loss of your sweet Marsha. May God bring peace and comfort to your family with wonderful memories. I always enjoyed being around her ar Kelly!
Our sincerest condolences to the Standridge family in the loss of Marsha and our " go- to" neighbor on Tiki Island for many years.
We are saddened by Marsha's passing but we know that you share our joy in knowing that she is enjoying eternal happiness. Dorothy & John Becker
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Buzz, Kim, Daryl and family, please know that you all have been in our thoughts and prayers since we first found out about Marsha’s illness. Marsha will live on forever in your memories, just as surely as she lives for eternity with our Lord, Jesus Christ. May God bless each of you in a special way as you deal with your loss.
Paul & Susan Brown
Terri, I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family in this time of sorrow. Love you.
Marsha, I have learned so much from you through our friendship. You will be missed by so many but leave to be with our Lord Jesus. John and I will continue to keep you and your loving family in our thoughts and prayers. We also know that we will remain in yours. Much love...
In memory of Marsha Elizabeth Standridge, Leroy and Nancy Huff lit a candle
Condolences to the family and friends of Marsha. May she rest in eternal peace. 🙏🙏
Buzz, I’m so sorry for your loss but I know that Marsha is with Jesus and out of pain and agony forever.please know you are in my prayers.
Kim, I’m so sorry for your loss. Please accept my condolences and thank you so much for keeping us posted throughout her journey. Praying for you all.
So sorry for the loss of your sister. My prayers are with you and your family through this difficult time. With love,
Beth Everts McCarry
In memory of your mom Kim. My condolences are with you and your family as y’all go through this tough journey. Loosing a parent isn’t easy, but the memories that float with you, and your children is a lifetime memory of your mom you will never forget. She is with y’all were ever y’all may go. ❤️ Love ya, your “Favorite” Custodian from Camacho!
My “baby sister” (2 years younger) was a blessing to many and loved by many especially her family. I have so many wonderful memories of life shared that will be with me the rest of my life. I know that when she reached Heaven she heard “Well done thy good and faithful servant; you were faithful over a few things, I will make you a ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your Lord.” (Matthew 25:21)
God bless you Marsha. I only remember you from when we're childten spending vacation time at our Maw Maw's house. It sounds like I missed knowing an amazing adult.
1st cousin Debbie Comeaux Warren
Buzz, my deepest condolences to you and your family on Marsha's passing. Certainly she is in God's loving arms! She will be deeply missed. I will never forget her so ably leading the St. Ann's Club.
I know you are happier with God.
You will be missed so much
Love you so much!
Our hearts go out to the whole Brown and Standridge family. We are so thankful for the gift of your friendship and the gift of Joey and Kim and family in our lives. We continue to pray for you all through this and in the future.
Kim and Daryl you are in our thoughts and prayers. I often think of those summer days in the pool with Missy and Chad. Love The Wiland Family
Dear Kim and Darryl you are in our hearts and prayers. Often think of those crazy days in the backyard swimming pool. Love to the both of you! The Wiland Family
My sweet, incredibly smart, and phenomenal nurse of a big sister. Your life touched so many here on earth! You will be missed and loved as long as we live, but we rejoice in knowing you are with our brother Bobby and other loved ones.
"We're not cousins, we're Catholics!" Marsha, age 4. She had an early clarity of a lifelong devotion to serve others within her faith community.
Buzz, I'm so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.
Our thoughts remain with you and your family at this time. We are honored by the trust and confidence you have placed in us during this difficult time. – The Staff of Malloy Funerals & Cremations