Marsha Lee passed away April 13, 2018 in Banning, Calif. She was 24.
She was born April 27, 1993 in Yuma, Ariz. She lived in Lynwood, Wash. for two years, Yuma for four years and Winterhaven, Calif. for 10 years.
She graduated from Banning High School in 2012 She had earned two associates degrees in liberal arts and social sciences from Mt. San Jacinto College. Marsha was nearing completion of a psychology degree from California State University, San Bernardino.
She worked as a fast food worker at Taco Bell and at Ross. She was working as an in-home supportive services worker for her father, Charles Lee.
Marsha was awarded by Taco Bell headquarters for the most commendations from customers.
She was baptized in 2002 Immaculate Conception Church in Yuma.
Marsha was loved by everyone. She loved people, animals, learning, personal growth, all of her friends and family and helping everyone she knew and others, too. She was positive, caring and cheerful.
Marsha is survived by her parents, Charles and Beverly Lee of Banning, Calif.; her siblings, Linda Lee of Chehalis, Wash., Elisa Lee of Bannig, Calif., Bunny Lee of Seattle, Wash., Suzie Lee of Beaumont, Calif. and Ledrew Lee of Banning.
She is also survived by her nieces, Allie Blankenship, Claire and Felicity Vigor; nephews, Paul Lee, Patrick Lee, Alex River, Mason Lee and Ronin Cannon.