Marsha Jane Mick, age 65, of Hendersonville passed away on Thursday, July 22, 2021 in Nashville, TN.
Marsha is survived by her husband Fredrick Mick; daughter Anne Osborn; brother James Michael Wynn. She was preceded in death by her parents James Robert and Bethelene Mitchell Wynn and husband Harold Fogle
A visitation to celebrate Marsha’s life will be held from 4-8 pm on the afternoon of Friday, July 30, 2021 at Hendersonville Funeral Home.
Marsha was born in 1955 in Danville, IL to James and Bethelene Wynn. Having been raised with strong family values and a sense of pride in everything you do, she developed into a person full of kindness and strength.
Marsha spent her life devoting herself to her family and friends. Having lost her own mother in 1984, she became the matriarch of the Wynn family at the young age of 29. Marsha, being a single mother herself, worked full time and went to college to provide her daughter, Anne Marie, the stability and strength she was taught growing up. Marsha met Harold Fogle, a steel guitar player from Nashville, in 1986. They wrote and visited each other over the next 2 years. They married in 1988 and Marsha moved her and her daughter to Tennessee. She spent several happy years with Harold until his passing in 1999.
Marsha took the opportunity once again to return to school and become a paralegal and secure a position at the Tennessee State Attorney General’s Office. During that time she met her current husband, Frederick Mick, and remarried in 2002. Marsha was a force of nature. When she wasn’t providing one-on-one support and advocacy to victims and their families during the 16 years she was with the AG’s office, she was out in the world spreading love and light wherever she went. She loved to paint, create and just bring laughter and beauty into the world any way she could.
Having a fiercely strong mind for learning, and love of fun and games, also lent her the ability to dominate any trivia/board game she came across. Game nights at her house were always fun and full of laughter. Marsha was also an animal lover and amateur gardener. She had cats, dogs, and birds in some way, most of her life, and imparted that love of animals and nature to her daughter. She frequently joked about winning the lottery, in order to purchase a large farm to have all the animals and nature she ever wanted.
The world is a little less bright now that Marsha has passed. She is greatly missed but can rest in peace knowing that she was loved and cherished by all. Her amazing legacy will continue to live on thru her family and friends.