Judith Marshall Powell

Judith Marshall Powell, 84, of Lynchburg died Friday, Sept. 10, 2004, at Virginia Baptist Hospital.
Born in Lynchburg on Aug. 5, 1920, she was a daughter of the late Frederick L. and Eva F. Marshall. She was the widow of Treby D. (Sonny) Powell, Jr.

Mrs. Powell was an active member of Quaker Memorial Presbyterian Church where she had been the Historian and President of the Women of the Church; was a choir member; moderated a circle and taught Sunday school.

She taught physical education and coached girl’s basketball at Brookville High School in Campbell County.

In addition to her husband and parents, she was predeceased by her only brother, 1st. Lieutenant, Samuel F. Marshall, who was killed in World War II, her only sister, Jane Marshall Coville; and a nephew, Dr. Samuel Coville.

She is survived by her nephew, Samuel F. Marshall, Jr. and his wife, Reenie of Midlothian. Her nieces, Cindy Janechild and her husband, Alan Donaldson of Free Union and Susan A. Coville of Waynesboro. Three grand nephews, Chris Marshall, Alex Marshall and Drew Donaldson. Her good friends, Dorothy Marshall of Richmond and Martha Miller of Lynchburg.

The family would like to recognize the help and loving care of Betty Reno, Linda Orange, Dr. Joseph Khoury, Dr. Pam Caulkins and her colleagues at Timberlake Family Practice Center.

The family suggests that in lieu of flowers you may donate to Quaker Memorial Presbyterian Church or to a charity of your choice.

A funeral service for Mrs. Judith Marshall Powell was conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2004, at Quaker Memorial Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Corey Ingold officiating. Interment followed in Fort Hill Memorial Park.

Diuguid Funeral Service and Crematory, Waterlick Chapel, 237-2722, was in charge of arrangements.

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