Lisa Howe Marsh, a native of Biloxi, Mississippi, found joy in life's simple pleasures. She enjoyed spending time outdoors and had a soft spot for animals, adopting countless rescues over the years.
She enjoyed a long career at the Florida Department of Health, where she ran a program to avoid doctor shortages in the state. A survivor of lung cancer, Lisa faced adversity with resilience and courage, inspiring her family with her quiet strength.
Music held a special place in Lisa's heart. She shared her musical talents by playing the piano for the Wakulla Community Theater. Additionally, she lent her voice to the choir at Crawfordville United Methodist Church.
Lisa was a much beloved mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She touched the lives of those around her with her gentle spirit and generosity. She leaves behind her daughter, Reagan Richardson; three adoring grandchildren, Finn Mead, Liam Mead, and Willow Mead; her of twenty-eight years, husband, James Marsh; and her younger sister, Beth Cairo. She is also survived by her step-children, Julia Chester and Jason Marsh.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Jean Lowd and Robert Howe; her brother, Donald Howe; and her granddaughter, Harper Richardson.
As a tribute to her love for animals, the family requests that, in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to Wakulla Animal Services.
No services are scheduled at this time.