Sarah Marshall Obituary, Death – Sarah Marshall of Clemson, South Carolina has passed away in a tragic car accident. Sarah entered the world on January 17 in the town of Wellsville, New York. Sarah was born and reared in the town of Cohocton, where she spent the majority of her childhood. Furthermore, before coming to Wayland, she lived in the Springwater neighborhood.
Sarah pursued her study at SUNY Geneseo after graduating from Wayland-Cohocton Central School in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics degree. Sarah has worked for Adams Mortgage Capital Company, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in Avon, and, most recently, the New York State Department of Transportation. Sarah Marshall married Jeffrey Marshall in a ceremony held at The First Presbyterian Church of Cohocton on June 22, 2013.
They’ve been married for almost seven years and had two beautiful children, Audrey and Adalyn, during that time. Her hobbies were wide. While in high school, she competed in a variety of activities, including soccer, running track, and pole vaulting. Sarah used to be a Buffalo Bills fan (not a bandwagon! ), but she has recently developed an interest in hockey, and her favorite college basketball team is Duke. She enjoyed going camping and spending time with her extended family, but her favorite roles were those of wife to Jeffrey and mother to Audrey and Adalyn.
Sarah’s grandparents were Neena and Herbert Nagell, Kathryn and Vincent Kuhn, and Robert Guest. Sarah was given the name Sarah after her grandfather. Her husband, Jeffrey Marshall of Wayland, her daughters, Audrey and Adalyn, her parents, Nancy and Gene Kuhn of Cohocton and Bruce (Deb) Guest of Baldwinsville, her siblings, Heather (Robert) Tonkery of Dansville and Benjamin (Marlies) Guest of Springwater, and her nieces and nephews are among those who survive her. She is survived by her parents, Nancy and Gene Kuhn of Cohocton and Bruce (Deb) Guest of Baldwinsville; Jennifer (Jack) Kelly of Clemmons, North Carolina, and Daniel Kuhn of Cohocton; nieces and nephews Blake, Marissa, Hadalee, Zachary, Alissa, Madison, Jackson, Ryan, Charlotte, Khloe, and Hunter; her father and mother in law, Pete Marshall and Veronica Marshall of Geneseo;