Peggy Sue Marshall, of Groesbeck, passed away at Windsor Healthcare Residence on Thursday, October 15, 2015, at age 88. Visitation will be held on Friday, October 16, 2015, from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. in the Groesbeck Funeral Home Chapel. Graveside services will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Saturday, October 17, 2015 at Cobb Cemetery, with her nephew, Brother Barry Kasmiroski, of the Church of Christ, officiating. Pallbearers will be Rawls King, Billy Bates, Lee Turrubiarte, and Marcus Ray Hanna, with Ellis Turrubiarte serving as honorary pallbearer. Peggy Sue was born August 5, 1927 to A. J. Tony and Susie (Lenamond) Tony in Groesbeck, where she grew up and attended school. Peggy was united in marriage with William Rochell Marshall in Groesbeck on May 26, 1946. During their marriage, they made their home in Mexia, Temple, and Fairfield, before moving back to Groesbeck where they lived the rest of her life. Peggy worked throughout her life as a waitress, store clerk and for C&D Video Store. Since she was a friendly lady, she was acquainted and friends with many local people. She was always picture-perfect, taking pride in her appearance, and most often seen with Rochell at her side. She also took great pride in her yard and loved being outside with her flowers. Peggy enjoyed her grandchildren, and was proud of the fifth living generation when her grandson, James Jr. was born. She was also proud to have the family picture in the Groesbeck paper in 1994, with the fifth living generation of the females, when her great-granddaughter, Sierra Schick was born. Peggy Sue was a member of the Church of Christ at Davis Chapel. Peggy and Rochell had resided in Windsor due to her declining health for the past few months. She is survived by her husband W.R. Marshall of Groesbeck; daughter and son-in-law, Janna and James Gunter, Sr. of Fairfield; grandson, James Gunter, Jr. of Fairfield; granddaughter, Kristi Chick and her husband Roger Chick of Tyler; great granddaughter, Sierra Schick of Tyler; step-great grandsons, Zack Chick of New York and Montana Chick of Waco; sister, Barbara Kasmiroski of Waco; nephew, Barry Kasmiroski of Waco; and niece, Karen Kasmiroski and husband, Ray of Austin.