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Marcia Black

  Marcia Black, 69, passed away at 1:35 p.m. on March 15, 2017 while enduring the last of Alzheimer’s disease, at Park Avenue Health Center in Tucson. She was born March 30, 1937 in Boise, Idaho.

 She is the third daughter to Bryant and Melba Black of Boise, ID. She is survived by her middle sister and her family, as well as the family of her oldest sister, Barbara (deceased):  Annette Black (Robert) Hosking of Bountiful UT; nieces, Yvonne Wirig of Walnut Creek, CA and Cherie Packer of Orem, UT; nephews,  Ronald Belnap of Ft. Worth, TX, Scott Hosking of Ephraim, UT), Jeffry Belnap of Orlando, FL, Craig Hosking of Los Angeles, CA), Kenneth Hosking of Bountiful, UT and Denis Belnap of Indianapolis, IN.

 Marcia was born March 30, 1937 in Boise, Idaho, and was raised in Idaho. She attended Boise High School, graduated from BYU, and then earned a Masters in Education from San Jose State University. She was a School Counselor, had businesses in San Francisco, and a Real Estate investor. A long-time resident of Oracle where she ran her dream ranch, Rancho Robles, she was always active in her community.

 Services were held in Tucson at Avenidas Cremation & Burial,  1376 W. St. Mary’s Rd. at 3:30 p.m. on March 17. Entombment will take place in Bountiful, UT. Please contact Jeffry Belnap, her nephew, for details of a family reunion planned for July in Bountiful (jbelnap@cfl.rr.com).

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