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By Lori Bower and Marcia Miller
Meet Mary (not her real name), a past resident of the Ronald McDonald House. She was staying there to support her critically ill grandson, her daughter and her other two grandbabies. Her young grandson had been a patient at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, for several months. Mary was visibly shaking, anxious, exhausted and so overwhelmed by her family’s situation that she was not sure she could continue to help. She had been trying to hold it together for her family but that day on a scale from 1 to 10 her stress was “off the charts.
Many of you have been asking how we will be celebrating and memorializing the life of Martha Marcom, and this blog lists our plans. Her obituary is below, and embedded in it is the information about a reception and celebration service we’ll have on Sunday, May 21. Notice of the other events follow.
Martha Bergstein Marcom
Martha Bergstein Marcom, co-founder of Yoga on High, has entered her final Savasana. Martha was a passionate teacher and yogi, and we know that her lessons of caring and joy filled many people with the incredible wonder that she felt for life.
Martha Marcom, lifelong yogini and co-founder of Yoga on High, left her body on Friday night, April 28. She died during a wild electrical storm and we like to think of her riding out on a lightening bolt into the Light of her next journey. We are planning some events to honor and celebrate her life and her many contributions to our community and the world at large. These will be posted as details are confirmed. Gratitude to you, her community, for your ongoing blessings, Reiki and prayers during the end of her life.