Marsha Williams Spring passed away on November 18, 2023, after a long battle with Alzheimer's. Born to Dr. Howard and Marjorie Williams on November 24, 1942, in Indianapolis, Marsha was a diminutive force. She stood tall like a mighty oak despite her petite stature, proving that strength isn't measured in inches but in the impact one leaves on the world.
Marsha graduated from Shortridge High School. She went on to pursue her education degree, first at the University of Colorado Boulder, and then at Murray State University. She married the love of her life, David, while at Murray State.
Marsha began her civic involvement after graduation. Her lifelong commitment to her community is evidenced in the various organizations in which she served. She was a member of The Junior League of Indianapolis, and served as president of Christamore Aid Society. Marsha served the Republican State Committee by fundraising for several congressional and senatorial campaigns. She was also a member of Stansfield Circle, and a board member of the Indianapolis Ballet Wing, and The Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. Her philanthropic journey continued with her involvement in the Indianapolis Humane Society. She was also a member of Rotary, and went on to become the second female president in 2001. She and her husband were life-long members of Second Presbyterian Church and members of Woodstock Country Club and the Columbia Club.
Beyond her many achievements, Marsha's most cherished narrative was the love she shared with her soulmate, David. Their union, which spanned six decades, stood as a beacon of enduring love. They enjoyed a wonderful life together with their three daughters, Marjorie, Janet and Blair.
Marsha is predeceased by her parents, her sister Helen, and son in law, Jason. She is survived by her three daughters and sons in law Travis and Billy, eight beloved grandchildren, Katie, Parker, Madeline, William, Oliver, Kendall, Josie and Maggie, and her brothers Howard Williams and Duncan Williams, and the beloved Jean Ewing.