In Memory

Cindy Arnold-(Marshall)

Cindy Arnold-(Marshall)

Memorial services for Cindy Arnold Marshall of Greenville, MS, and formerly of Greenwood, MS, will be held Saturday, May 6, 2017 at Saint James Episcopal Church in Greenville. Visitation will be from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM and services at 11:00 AM. Cindy passed away after a short illness on April 14, 2017 while vacationing at her home in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

Cindy was the daughter of Joseph and Hazel Arnold and was born September 14, 1950 in Greenwood, MS, where she spent her childhood years. She graduated from Greenwood High School with honors. Cindy continued her education at Delta State University in Cleveland, MS, Moorhead Jr. College in Moorhead, MS, and Rhodes College in Memphis, TN. She was a legal secretary with the law firm of Lake, Tindall, Hunger & Thackston in Greenville for over 28 years and in her spare time, was a medical transcriptionist for an orthopedic surgeon and a neurologist. She was a member of the St. James Episcopal Church in Greenville, where she served on the Pastoral Committee, was chairman of the Outreach Committee, was a member of the ECW, the Vacation Bible School program, the Harvest program for adult mentally and physically  challenged, the food service committee, the flower committee, assisted St. James ministry with Habitat for Humanity and served as St. James’ Chairman for both the Salvation Army soup kitchen and Christmas Angel Tree. Cindy loved helping others. In her service to the community, she was a member of the Salvation Army Advisory Board, member of the Board of Directors of her neighborhood association, a volunteer worker for Special Olympics for many years, and was an Achievement Award Honoree for the 20th Annual Little Wynn Festival in association with the Nelson Street Revitalization and Community Development Association. When in Alabama, she was a volunteer for Mary’s Shelter, a home for unwed mothers.

Cindy is survived by her husband of 46 years, John Marshall; daughter, Robin Anne (Greg) Wells of Greenville, MS; son, John Bishop Marshall of Seattle, WA; granddaughters, Marly Wells and Mary Mesa Wells of Greenville, MS; grandson, Lee Fondren of Greenville, MS; sister, Jo Kelly of Arlington, TX; nieces, Lee Anne Dozier of Mansfield, TX; and nephews, Clayton Kelly of The Woodlands, TX, Joe Campbell of Durham, NC, Paul Flowers of Clarksdale, MS, and Grant Flowers of Jaffrey, NH. She was preceded in death by her parents; her sisters, Marilyn Flowers and Beverly Campbell; and nephews, William Flowers and Michael Kelly.