Mauchelle Marshall, 1961 ~ 2014
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Mauchelle Marshall, daughter of Bruce and Kay Black died Feb. 2, 2014, in Atascadero, Calif.

Mauchelle was born Jan. 27, 1961 in Moab. She is the granddaughter of Harold and Edith Stewart.

Mauchelle attended college in Provo, majoring in child development. She was gifted with handicapped children and worked with them for several years at Tiny Tots in Orem.

She has many extended family members in Moab to which she is affectionately known as “Moochie.” Mauchelle was known for her positive and quirky outlook on life, always protective of the underdog, cat, duck, whatever or whomever crossed her path.

Mauchelle is survived by her precious children, Ryan, Glenn and Kathrine. She left an empty spot that only she could fill in the lives of her parents and siblings, Stewart, Jaclene, Deone, Brandon and Levi.

Those who were fortunate enough to have known Mauchelle were the better for it. She was a delight, a joy, a ray of unexpected sunshine.

Your tender expressions of love, sympathy and concern have been both needed and appreciated by the family of Mauchelle.

We sincerely thank each one of you.

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