Marcia Lynn (Heberle) Bucker, aged 69 of Rhineland, Missouri entered into her heavenly reward at the Hermann Area District Hospital in Hermann, Missouri following a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer on May 18, 2019.
Marcia is survived by her husband Jerome D. (Jerry) Bucker of Rhineland, her son Scott Heberle from St. Louis, her step-daughters Chelsea Bucker, Cheryl (Bruce) Fleming, Leigh Anne McCullough, Traci (Nick) King-Holmes, and Staci (Hubbard) Buckles, and her step-grandchildren Jordan Nelson, Hannah Fleming, Gabrielle Buckles, Liam and Asher Holmes.
Marcia was born December 12, 1949 at St. Francis Hospital in Washington, Missouri. She was the daughter of Harry J. and Leora C. Heberle of Hermann who pre-deceased her. She was married to Jerry Bucker on August 25, 2001.
Marcia is also survived by her sister and brothers Sharon and David Heberle, both of Hermann, and Bruce Heberle of Destin, Florida. Her sister Julie pre-deceased her on August 26, 2001. In addition, Marcia is survived by her sisters-in-law Marilyn Humm, Ramona Breunig, and Ruthann Heberle and many nieces and nephews.
Marcia spent her working career in HR with various companies in Missouri. Marcia was passionate about her faith. She was very involved in her local church. She could always be counted on to help at any church event. Marcia was very involved with the Catholic churches in Rhineland and Starkenburg. She was recently honored to be appointed by the bishop, as a HR representative, for a special task group for the diocese of Jefferson City.
Marcia will lie in state at the Toedtmann & Grosse Funeral Home Hermann, Missouri from 3:00-7:45 PM on Thursday May 23, 2019. A Rosary will be said at: 7:45 PM on Thursday May 23, 2019 at the funeral home.
A funeral Mass will be held at The Church of the Risen Savior Rhineland, Missouri at: 10:00 AM on Friday May 24, 2019. She will be buried at St. George Cemetery in Hermann, Missouri.
The family asks that memorials be given to: Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer; St. Paul U.C.C. Church Bell Choir; or St. George School C/O Toedtmann & Grosse Funeral Home.