Marcia S. (Robertson) Hostetter
|Posted 2020-09-06 by mhenderson|
|Published in Today's News Herald on Sep. 6, 2020 -|
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -
Marcia Hostetter, 68 of Lake Havasu City, Arizona passed away at
Havasu Regional Medical Center on Sunday, August 23, 2020 as a result
of a heart attack.
Marcia was born in Los Angeles, California on March 23, 1952 the
second of three daughters to her parents James (Jim) and Ruth
Robertson. Marcia made her home Lake Havasu City in 1986 where she
eventually met and married her husband Gerald (Jerry) in April of
Marcia has been a long time member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles,
Women of the Moose, the Elks, the American Legion Auxiliary as well as
the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. She truly loved Lake Havasu
City and made many friends during her 34 year residency.
Marcia also contributed to the community she loved as a small business
owner running Marcia's Hideout Bar and Grill from 1997-2003 eventually
retiring. For Marcia, retirement never meant relaxing in a rocking
chair. She took cruises with friends and family as well as a trip to
Thailand where she rode elephants, toured landmarks and sampled the
local cuisine. When she wasn't out exploring the world, she enjoyed
being part of the bowling league and playing on a darts league. She
continued to keep busy working part-time at Havasu Landing Casino in
addition to volunteering at local VFW Post 9401 as a bartender and
cook to those who served our country.
She is survived by her husband Gerald (Jerry) Hostetter of Lake Havasu
City; daughter Rebecca Brockway and son-in-law Jody Byrd of Simi
Valley, CA; sister Jane Robertson, Niece Emily and Great Nephew Graham
of Fresno, CA. She will also be missed by a large family of friends
who adored her.
She is preceded in death by her parents Ruth and Jim, her sister
Cristine and her dearest friend Lynda Rodgers.
Memorial services will be scheduled at a future time. In lieu of
flowers, please make a donation to the American Heart Association or
to VFW post 9401.
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