Bridget Marshal Obituary, Death – Bridget Collette Crider Marshall passed away on Wednesday at the Cape Fear Medical Center in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She had most recently resided in Wade, North Carolina. Mrs.’s most recent residence was in Wade, North Carolina. Mrs. Bridget Collette Crider Marshall’s most recent residence was in Wade, North Carolina. Despite having roots in Summerville, Georgia, Mrs. Crider Marshall spent the majority of the last few decades living in Wade, Georgia. Mrs. Marshall was born in Rome, a city in the state of Georgia, and is the daughter of Gerry Perry and Delores Ringer. The person known as Mrs. Marshall is wed to Mr. Marshall.

Rome is the place where she was born. She was a conscientious housewife who worked hard every day in addition to being a caring mother to her child. She put in a lot of effort. When she was a student at Chattooga High School, where she was also a part of the school’s Beta Club, she excelled in both the classroom and on the competitive cheering circuit. While a student at Chattooga High School, she excelled in both academics and the competitive cheerleading scene. Bridget’s performance in both of these aspects of the tournament was exceptional. She studied gymnastics at Jacksonville State University, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree, and afterwards accepted a coaching position at Georgia Elite.

Some of the people who have been able to move on without her include her husband Josh Marshall, her son Rowan Marshall, her mother and step-father Delores and Michael Ringer, her father Gerry Perry, her brother Brandon (Cari) Crider, and her grandmother Rose Page. Rose Page, her grandmother, is one of many who has survived without her. Others who have managed to carry on without her include folks like her grandma Rose Page. In addition, her grandmother, Rose Page, will miss her a great deal. She never got the chance to say goodbye to her stepfather Michael Ringer since he died before she did. Before she was born, he had already passed away. The memorial ceremonies will take place in the chapel at the Mason Funeral Home, and the Reverend Mario Miller will officiate.