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Marcia Oyster-Krusenklaus

February 11, 1958 – October 18, 2022

Marcia Oyster-Krusenklaus

Marcia Oyster – Krusenklaus, age 64, passed away peacefully at home on October 18, 2022, surrounded by her loving family.

Marcia was born on February 11, 1958, in Cincinnati, Ohio to Elmer Couch and Shirley Ortwein. Marcia married Richard Krusenklaus of Fairfield, Ohio on June 25, 2016.
Marcia is survived by her husband, Richard Krusenklaus. Daughter; Alicia Mitchell, stepchildren; Katie (Ben) Jensen and Michael Krusenklaus. Grandchildren; Norah Faye, Maci, Emma, and Wyatt. Also, survived by her stepdad, Ken Ortwein; sister Darlene Soell, nieces, and nephews; Michelle (Jason) Jeffries, Missy Holley, Tim “TJ” Soell and many great nieces, nephews, extended family members and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents Shirley Ortwein and Elmer Couch, and her stepson Shawn Mitchell.

Because of her persistence to achieve, Marcia enjoyed a successful 35-year career in the insurance sales industry, enjoying many awards and accolades.

An avid entertainer and gracious host, Marcia was often the life of the party. Her love for The Ohio State Buckeyes was unmatched on game day, both is spirit and appearance. Often referred to as the “glue” of the family, Marcia brought loved ones together, never missing a birthday, holiday, or an opportunity to give. Her spirit was vibrant, wit fierce, fashion sense impeccable, and foot shaking dance moves unmatched.

Visitation will be held Wednesday, October 26, 2022, from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM at White Oak Christian Church. 3675 Blue Rock Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45247
Funeral services for Marcia Oyster will be held on Wednesday, October 26, 2022, at 11:00 AM at White Oak Christian Church with Kevin Smith officiating. Burial will follow at Arlington Memorial Gardens. Following the funeral services, a celebration of life will take place at Berd’s Grill and Bar, 500 Wessel Drive, Fairfield, OH 45014

Services

Visitation

Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at 9:00 AM

White Oak Christian Church

Service

Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at 11:00 AM

White Oak Christian Church

Burial

Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at 1:00 PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens

Guest Book

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“I also met Marcia at American Airlines and I will never forget her! She was a wonderful and caring person who always worked hard and played hard and was impeccably dressed while doing it ❤️ So lucky to have met her. Carla Lee”


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“Marcia was the shining light in any gathering. Her face glowed and her smile was infectious. She also was the most generous person I knew. Everyone knew she was a diehard Ohio State fan, but she knew we were big Notre Dame fans. She bought me a Notre Dame vest stating she bought it for me because she thought it was something I would like. She used to have parties once a month and those who had birthdays that month would be celebrated. I often heard she was the glue that held the family together, but she was also the glue that held her friends together. I hope her friends become the glue to keep them together.in her honor. Condolences to Dick and the rest of her family.”


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“I am incredibly sad! I loved Marica – everything she represented. Sending all her knew Marcia and loved her my deepest condolences. Marcia, thank you for your kindness, your thoughtfulness, and your friendship. I love you and miss you!”


“I was so saddened to hear of Marcia’s sudden passing. She brought passion and energy to her career and had a positive impact to those around her. May her family find peace during this difficult time. Cherish your memories and find comfort in all the heartfelt comments from those who knew Marcia.”


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“Marcia became my neighbor 4 years ago, and we will truly miss her energetic sprit.We will also miss the backyard parties and events and her shopping trips to watsons. I will truly miss her..the best neighbor anyone can have.”


“Prayers for Ken and family. Worked with Marcia at American Airlines many nights and weekends…what a bright spirit! May she rest in peace in the loving arms of God.”


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“I met this Beautiful Woman at American Airlines. She had a way about her that wouldn’t be forgotten. Her Smile would like up the room. To know Marcia is to Love Her.”


“So sorry to hear of Marcia’s passing. Brings a smile to my face thinking of all the good times had in and around Wildwood with my dad, Marcia, Joyce and their whole crew. A great person gone too soon! Matt Cole 10/24/2022”


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“She was one of the girls! I was lucky enough to be friends with her daughter Alicia and niece Michelle and go on a few trips with Marcia. Vegas, Cabo, Chicago , Arizona as well as concerts , Golf tournaments , casinos and buckeyes games to mention more and she was a blast. She always knew how to make us girls laugh. The last time I saw her she was dancing . I will remember her that way! Her smile.. along with everything else will be missed. So sorry for this loss. O..H.. Marcia”


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“I met Marcia in a recent sales conference at work and her energy lit up the room. I was so inspired by her presence and they way she spoke and carried herself. You could tell right away how her energy and personality was so vibrant and how much joy it brought to me and others. I know if she left such an imprint in my life, I can only imagine how much she has done for close loved ones and friends. Marcia will truly be missed and my heart aches for her beloved friends and family”


“Our deepest sympathies for Marcia’s family and friends, she was a kind, beautiful person that lived life to the fullest. Marcia will be forever missed and loved . Heaven welcomes and angel. 💕”


“So very sad to hear of Marcia’s passing. A coworker and friend whom I am so grateful to have had the chance spend a little time with this past Summer. My sincerest condolences to her family. May her light shine through all of your cherished memories and may you find comfort during this difficult time.”


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“Marcia was such a sweet person. She was incredibly knowledgeable and passionate. As a newer rep she was always willing to help educate me, and we always had a blast when she would fly down for client dinners and happy hours. She will be missed.”


“I am so sorry to hear of this great loss. Heartfelt thoughts go out to all family and friends during this difficult time. Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts.”


“I only worked with Marcia for a short period of time, but every time we interacted she brought a clear passion and energy into the room. It was easy to see the impact she made to the people around her and that will surely be missed by all.”


“I am so very sorry to hear of Marcia’s passing. Working with Marcia the last two years, I know she was passionate about her work and always strived to give our customers the best experience possible. She asked the tough questions and pushed back when she thought something wasn’t right, always striving to do the best job. She will be missed.”


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“I am so sad to hear of Marcia passing. What a wonderful person I got to know through the insurance industry. God Bless your family and may Marcia rest in peace.”


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“Proud to call her my sister, such a big heart. She was always giving of herself. You will be missed my beautiful sister. Rest in Heaven with Mom! 🙏🏼❤️🌹🙏🏼❤️🌹”


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“Became friends with Marcia while living in Fairfield. Got to see her loyalty for The Ohio State Buckeye’s attending game watching parties at The Pub. RIP O.H.I.O greatest fan.🕊🕯💐”


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“We are so very sorry to hear of the passing of this amazing woman! Marcia was a firecracker who just loved life. She was the life of every party and especially on Ohio State game days! Prayers to her family and friends. She will be missed.”


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“We are at a loss for words but, Marcia was never at a loss for words. Her spunk, her love for life & zest for style…. Her voice and spirit will dwell in our mind and soul. 💞 Love & Prayers for Dick and family Fly High our Dear Spunky Friend God Speed 🙏🏻”


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“Sending lots of love and sympathy to Marcia’s family.”


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“Marcia was one of the best in the business – she always looked out for her clients and broker partners best interest. She was truly one of the best in the business! I will always remember her vibrant smile, her willingness to always offer her help, & the abundance of energy she would bring to a meeting. Our deepest sympathy, Matt & Amy Dodds”


“So sorry to hear of Marcia’s passing. My heartfelt sympathies for her family during this difficult time.”


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“To the friends and family of this amazing women I pray that peace finds your heart. Marcia was a very strong woman who lived fiercely. With every fiber of her person, in every undertaking of her life, she lived with passion and persistence. I know how much she will be missed both in her personal and her professional life. It is with mutual respect and understanding that I was able to bond with Marcia and I know that this is how she approached all that she met. May God grant you peace, acceptance, and love as you mourn the loss of our friend.”


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“I am so very sorry to hear about the passing of Marcia. She was such a vibrant, kind, and passionate person. I will truly miss working with her and wish her loved ones my deepest sympathies during this time.”


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