Marcia A. Rease

March 18, 1948 - March 28, 2020

Age 72, of Portageville, NY, passed away on March 28, 2020 at the East Side Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Warsaw, following a lengthy illness.

She was born March 18, 1948 in Warsaw, daughter of the late Joseph and Florence Wilyat Palermo. Marcia was employed for over twenty years as a postal clerk with the US Postal Service in Warsaw. People in the community always looked forward to her smile and friendly conversation on their visits there. She was a very family oriented person. Marcia loved spending time with her relatives and friends.

Surviving are her husband of forty-seven years, Gerald Rease; her sons, Joseph Rease of Cedar Edge, Colo., Jakob Rease of Dalton, NY; her sister, Kathy (Ted) Aldrich of Warsaw; her grandchildren, Riley and Skyler and several nieces and nephews.

Because of the COVID-19 crisis, Marcia’s family will make plans for a public celebration of her life at a date in the future. Private burial will be in East Koy Cemetery, Pike. Memorials in Marcia’s memory may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.

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Apr 12.20 from Cathie Gehrig:

I was sorry to hear of your loss. Marcia always had a smile and gentle greeting when our paths would cross. I have fond memories of parent/teacher conferences and “Olympic Day” at Dalton…....Her legacy was truly her family. May your memories bring you peace and strength in the days ahead.

Apr 7.20 from Kathryn Craigmile:

Gerry, Kathy & Families.  We were so sorry to hear of Marcia’s passing.  She was a wonderful woman and will be missed. Our thoughts are with you.
kathy craigmile & Gino Casseri

Apr 4.20 from Frank and Linda Holloster:

Jerry our condolences to you and your family. She has been through a lot and was a blessing is now at peace. She was a wonderful lady. I used to love seeing her at the post office and her sticky notes. My prayers go out to you. Frank and Linda Hollister

Apr 3.20 from Kay (Steaderman) Johnson:

Dear Gerry, I am so sorry to hear of Marcia’s passing. What a friendly, smiling image I have of her. My heart goes out to you.

Apr 2.20 from Kathy Nucci:

So sorry to hear of Marcia’s passing.
Our love and sympathy to your family, Jerry.
Love, Kathy and Alan

Apr 1.20 from Cindy and Gary Appleton:

Our sincere condolences to all of Marcia’s family on your sad loss. We will always remember her smile and warmth.

With deepest sympathy,

Apr 1.20 from Gail Wagenhals Wise:

I was sorry to hear of Marcia’s passing.  We’ve known each other most of our lives.  Her grandmother lived two houses from me on Livingston St. and then Marcia’s parents and children moved in there.  We made lots of great memories together!  My sincere condolences are extended to her husband and family.

Mar 31.20 from Ed Reiter:

Gerry so sorry to hear about your wife’s passing, prayers out to and your family

Mar 30.20 from Sharyn Hurlburt Guarino:

I remember Marsha from high school.  She was always so kind and pleasant.  Rest In Peace, Marsha

Mar 30.20 from Paul & Nancy Gebauer:

Marcia was a dear friend thru unusual circumstances back in the 70’s.  We’ll always remember her kindness.  RIP Marcia

Mar 30.20 from Karen Stothers:

I was in high school with Marcia at Warsaw Central. Then in later years,when I would go in to the Warsaw Post Office we would talk and laugh about high school. To her family, there are many people who knew Marcia, but not her family. She will be remember by all of the people she waited on at the Post Office. Karen Stothers

Mar 29.20 from Mike and Jean Sullivan:

Gerry and Family, Our deepest sympathy
and Love to you at this sad time. We had lots of laughs over the years with you two.  Everyone always loved her smile and great personality. Remember all the wonderful times shared with her and she will be with you always. She is at peace now and watching over you.