Clarissa Martin Death – Clarissa Martin, 22, a resident of Marion, South Carolina, and a firefighter with Millersburg Fire Company in Millersburg, Pennsylvania has tragically passed away. She was announced dead through a social media publication that read “Sure am gonna miss you Clarissa Martin we had a lot of good times, some bad times, but you were a good kid know that I loved you as my own and wanted the best for you Love You Rissa.”
What was Clarissa Martin’s cause of death?
The identity of the woman who died on Wednesday night in Marion County when her SUV crashed on Highway 76 has been released. Clarissa Martin, 22, was killed in the collision, according to Deputy Coroner Jim Gray. A 2003 Toyota SUV veered off the right side of the road and flipped around 7 p.m. close to Shepherd Road, approximately 4 miles west of Marion, according to South Carolina Highway Patrol Lance Cpl. Brittany Glover. Martin was the only occupant in the SUV, which was moving east.
Who was Clarissa Martin?
Clarissa Nicole Martin was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to her beloved parents Jessica N Martin-Snyder and Paul Edward Martin. She was a graduate of Millersburg Area School District. Clarissa joined the Millersburg Fire Company as a firefighter on December 10, 2019, before she moved to South Carolina where she joined the Marion Fire Rescue Department. Martin was also a part of the volunteer team for the Marion County South Carolina Animal Shelter which stated on social media.
She also worked at Walmart as a stocker. Clarissa was also a member of Friendship Baptist Church. Clarissa was a step-daughter to Joshua Snyder and a loving sister to her brother, Koye Martin and her sisters, Crista Martin, Ceisha Martin and Cora Martin-Dietz. She was a devoted friend, had an outgoing personality, and loved animals, she always brightened up the room with her humor.
Clarissa Martin’s obituary and funeral arrangements
A funeral service will be held at 2:00 pm on Monday, January 15, 2024 at Richardson Funeral Home in Marion. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service from 1-2:00 pm at the funeral home. The service will be streamed live on the Richardson Funeral Home (Marion, SC) Facebook page for those unable to attend.
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