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Ana Moon Marsh
August 25, 2004 ~ December 11, 2023 (age 19) 19 Years Old
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Ana Moon Marsh, 19, of Venice Center, NY, passed away surrounded by family on December 11, 2023 due to injuries sustained in a vehicle accident on December 7, 2023. She was born on August 25, 2004 in Cortland, NY. Ana is the daughter of Alicia Kirk and Daryl Kirk.
Ana was a 2023 graduate of Southern Cayuga High School, where she was a member of the jazz band, senior high band, the varsity soccer team, and the varsity basketball team. Ana also participated in NYSMAA for several years, All County Band for several years, and the Nazareth College Honor Band for her junior and senior years. She also served briefly in the Genoa Fire Department.
Ana had many interests in life. Whether it be skulls and skeletons, tattoos, piercings, drawing, learning to play a new instrument, driving her car, hanging out with her friends and family, going for a walk in the gully or a state park, camping, or simply taking a nap, she did everything to her fullest potential. Ana was an avid supporter of the sanctity of life and could often be found arguing against abortion rights. She also loved discussing politics and current events. Ana enjoyed working out with her boyfriend and their friends…especially leg day. She was a thoughtful woman, often finding just the right gift for someone and would get super excited about giving away what she had found.
Ana was a PhD student, dual enrolled with CCC and LeMoyne College to become a Physical Therapist. She was fascinated by how the body worked and could heal itself. Due to sports injuries she had sustained in life, she felt drawn to help others as a physical therapist. She loved watching movies and TV shows that were medical related, especially Grey’s Anatomy, on repeat.
Ana had a magnetic pull about her. The love that radiated out of her soul into those around her was electric. Ana LOVED babies and little kids. She was forever hanging out with her siblings or the siblings of her friends. She looked forward to the day she would become a mama herself. Because of her faith in Jesus, Ana is in heaven now hanging out with her little brother, being the best big sister possible.
Ana’s absolute best friend in life was her sister, Willow. They did everything together from playing on sports teams, in the band, walking the gully, hanging out with friends, working for Nana, pushing buttons, or helping to solve problems.
Ana is survived by her parents, Alicia and Daryl Kirk, siblings, Willow Marsh, Kaydence Kirk, Henry Kirk, and Emberli Kirk, boyfriend, Justin Stimak, Gram and Gramps, Unk, Nana and Papa, and her many family members and friends.
To know Ana was to love her and to be loved by her.
A Celebration of Life ceremony will be held on January 6, 2023 at 10:00am at Southern Cayuga Central School.