Marsha Becker

October 1, 1944 - March 15, 2022

Marsha Becker passed away March 15, 2022, in McKinney, Texas at the age of 77. She was born October 1, 1944, to Harold Merle Brown and Miriam Lucille Sterrett Brown in Indianapolis, Indiana. Marsha married her high school sweetheart, William Charles “Bill” Becker, Jr. on June 5, 1965, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Marsha, affectionately known as “Mimi” will be remembered by her radiant smile and passion for life. Earlier in her life, Marsha was very supportive of her husband Bill in advancing his successful career.  She was supremely focused on raising her children and creating a warm and loving home. She did all this for a time while working at General Motors and UT Dallas. The love and fun at their home was shared beyond the Becker family and made their house a neighborhood favorite for all the kid’s friends, who adored Marsha (and Bill). Marsha also started a business with her best friends in floral home decorating called Mar2 designs that allowed her to pursue another one of her passions and her fondness for great style. Marsha enjoyed social and sports activities and was active with Tennis, Golf and travel with friends and family for many years. She was an active member of her community at Heritage Ranch Country Club performing in their annual variety shows, choir concerts all while serving as music librarian for the choral. Marsha sang in the church choir at Christ UMC and most recently at her church home, Suncreek UMC. She flourished by being on stage and truly lived life to the fullest through simple pleasures, spending time at the lake, chatting with friends and family, and supporting and cheering on her grandchildren or being with them was her favorite pastime. She will be deeply missed by friends, family and all that knew her.

A celebration of life service will be held at 1:30 p.m., Sunday, March 27th, 2022, at Suncreek United Methodist Church in Allen, Texas with Pastor Barry Hughes officiating. There will be a private committal service following the funeral at Ridgeview Memorial Park in Allen, Texas. The family will receive guests for a reception following the committal service at Marsha’s home in Heritage Ranch in Fairview. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the MDA organization that supported Marsha and family when Bill battled ALS.

Marsha is survived by her son, Brad Allen Becker and wife, Brandy of St. Augustine, Florida; daughter, Julie (Becker) Alston and husband, Rob of Allen, Texas; son, Mark Becker and wife, Christy of Plano, Texas; grandchildren, Jillian, Lance and Brock Alston of Allen, Texas; Cameron Becker of Plano, Texas; William Charles Becker, III and Jacob Becker of St. Augustine, Florida; sister-in-law, Judith Brown of Rockville, Indiana; sister-in-law, Kathy (Becker) Barr and husband, Bruce of Whitestown, Indiana, and numerous nieces, nephews and loving family members. She was preceded in death by her husband, William Charles “Bill” Becker, Jr., her parents, brother, Gary Brown, and brother and sister-in-law, Don and Marion Brown.

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Our deepest thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family for the loss of your mom. The passing of your mom I'm sure hurts however, she is now in the hands of the Lord where she is no longer suffering. Please accept our heartfelt condolences and we are praying for you and your family at this time. There's no question that the loss of a family member regardless of it being a child or a parent Cuts deeply into our soul. Yet, the Lord is with us and will always be with us at this time of Sorrow to provide us strength and help us endure the pain. If you all need anything at all at this particular time please don't hesitate to call. Respectfully and sincerely, Skip and Deb Schmulbach Skip and Deb Schmulbach and Family, March 27, 2022 Dear Auntie M, I am so blessed to have had you in my life. I will sign my middle name more often now just to be even closer to you. My heart is broken to not have you here with us. Thank you for all of your love. You will always be forever in our hearts 
Darlene Deitsch, March 26, 2022 I went to high school with Bill and Marsha. The last time I saw Marsha she still had that bright smile and hurrying to one of her grandchildren’s events but she time to say something to make me feel good. She had knack for that. Rest In Peace my old friend! Frank Johnson , March 26, 2022 For many years, our paths have crossed. We lived near each other in Plano, Texas. Our children went to school together and became friends at PSH. Both of our families were members of the Christ United Methodist Church. There, Marsha and I sang in the choir.. I was a soprano and Marsha was an alto - the same as the in Heritage Ranch choir where she kept and organized our sheet music. For five years, Marsha and I sang in the Variety Show at Heritage Ranch with the "Four Roses and Two Thorns". Marsha also danced with Betty Martin in "All That Jazz." She loved to perform in the "Charlie Brown" play with the HR Theatre. If there had been a most popular contest at Heritage Ranch, Marsha will have won- hands down. Marsha's death has left a hole in my heart. I will miss her forever.
Sharon ONeal , March 24, 2022 I am so sorry to hear of Marsha’s passing. She was such a lovely person. She was so friendly and gracious to all of us in Rob and Christy’s family. May she rest in the arms of Jesus until that glorious day. The best is yet to come. Donde Womack, March 24, 2022 I am so very sorry for your loss. Every time I saw Marsha at the lake house she was a lot of fun and always had a smile on her face. She will be missed. Ann Christman, March 21, 2022 I am so sorry that Marsha passed away. I just moved to Heritage Ranch almost 2 years ago, and she was so much fun! Jill Harrison, March 20, 2022 My heart goes out to the entire family. I learned to love Mimi through Jill’s love for her. She will be missed on earth and I hope to see her again in heaven. Becky Kiyabu, March 20, 2022 My thoughts are with you. I’m deeply sorry for your loss. I have great memories of Marsha at the lake house enjoying time with friends and family. Prayers that you will find peace. Meghan Vlach , March 18, 2022 I’m so sorry to hear about Marsha. She was a very special lady. I met Marsha in 1991 when Bill was working at Cushman. Over the years we continued our friendship through a book club. She loved getting together with the other women even if she didn’t finish the book. Marsha always made you feel special and loved. I’m sure that Bill was waiting for her in Heaven. Lana Antos, March 18, 2022 Marsha, you will be deeply missed. I always loved sitting behind you at the football games. You always laughed at my Quirky sense of humor. Paula Paula Smith, March 18, 2022 Marsha was an amazing lady who always had a smile no matter what she had going on. This is an incredible loss but she and Bill are together again. Libby Scobee , March 18, 2022 Earth’s loss is definitely Heaven’s gain. May you fly high above us with the angels and your beloved. We will miss you immensely, but we know you are in a much better place. May you Rest In Heavenly Peace. We love you! Joyce Paul, March 18, 2022