Marsha Edwards Bio, Age, Family, Murdered

Filed in Bio, Wiki, Age by on August 23, 2019

Marsha Edwards Bio

Marsha Edwards Bio: Marsha Edwards is a divorced mother. She is from Atlanta, Georgia. Mother of two, Daughter Erin, 20, and son, Chris, 24.

Marsha Edwards Bio

Marsha Edwards Age

She is 58 Years Old

Edwards appeared to have it all; she was a prominent mother of two with a medical degree and company, and she plastered her Facebook page with smiling photos documenting what appeared to be a gloriously happy Italian vacation with her daughter in August 2019.

“I’ve had the best summer, first with Chris in Miami, and Erin in Italy. I could not ask for better children.” she wrote.

Marsha Edwards Bio, Age, Family, Murdered

However, police say the 58-year-old divorced mother murdered both of her adult children shortly after that post and trip: Daughter Erin, 20, and son, Chris, 24, died in their mother’s home near Atlanta, Georgia. Police say the children were shot, and Marsha Edwards died of “an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.”

Both children were very successful, and they were the children of a surgeon and city housing authority chairman who was divorced from Marsha Edwards named Dr. Christopher Edwards. On Facebook, Chris Edwards, the son, called himself “Just a sports nerd from the South trying to make a difference. #Wakandaforever.”

He wrote that he was digital content manager for the City of Atlanta – Mayors Office of Entertainment. In April, Chris wrote, “Probably a good time to update the Facebook profile pic. One year down as a social media manager for the Atlanta Film/Entertainment Office! Here’s to hopefully more years of fun and success!”

Erin Edwards wrote on Facebook that she studied at Boston University and went to Woodward Academy. Both siblings said they were from Atlanta, Georgia. “I could not be more proud of my mother Marsha Edwards, President and CEO of MME Enterprises, LLC for being honored by Women Works Media Group as one of Atlanta’s 100 most powerful and influential women of 2019,” Erin wrote on Facebook only four months ago.

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Bottoms praised both children, writing, “Chris and Erin were beautiful, vibrant, and brilliant young adults, whom we had the pleasure of knowing their entire lives. They filled the lives of all who met them with joy, compassion, and kindness. May the peace of God, that surpasses all understanding, be with the Edwards family and all who had the honor to have known them.”

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