PUYALLUP, Wash. — Washington Premier Franklin Pierce (WPFP) GU-17 Fury 95 Black recently re-took the pitch to get back to soccer after the loss of teammate Whitney Marshall. Her death stunned those who knew her in the Puyallup community.
Friends and the larger soccer family, as well as the community at Puyallup High School, have been finding ways to remember the junior soccer star. There is a memorial page on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/RIP-Whitney-Marshall/343826059059513.
Whitney Jane Marshall Age 16, of Puyallup, Washington, passed from this life on January 31, 2013. She loved her family and friends, was passionate about soccer and brought light and happiness to everyone around her. She is survived by her parents Tanja and Russ Jared, her father Todd Marshall, sister Tatum, cousins Jackson, Truman, Sydney, Alex and Mason, grandparents Jim and Peggy Sulewski and Russ and Joanne Jared, uncle and aunts Tom and Patti Sulewski, Michelle Spriegel and David and Heather Curbow, and boyfriend Nick Douglas. A memorial service was held Thursday, February 7, 3 P.M. at the Puyallup United Methodist Church.
In lieu of flowers donations in Whitney’s name can be made to: Whitney Marshall Memorial Fund at any Boeing Employees’ Credit Union with a drop box to the Whitney Marshall Benevolence fund Account #3593416180 or mailed to BECU at P.O. Box 34044, Seattle, WA 98124-1044
A video produced for Ms. Marshall’s Memorial.