Vivian A. Fessenbeck, 84, of Marshall, IL, formerly of Martinsville, IL passed away Sunday, Dec. 13, 2020 at her residence. Vivian will always be remembered for her sweet disposition and kindness she showed to others. She will also always be remembered for putting her family and friends first before meeting her own needs. She was born in Clark Co., IL on June 18, 1936 in Clark Co., IL, the daughter of Harold Alva and Gladys Ann Lewis Howe. She married Lewis Gail Fessenbeck on June 19, 1955 at the Willow Creek Presbyterian Church of rural Martinsville, IL and he preceded her in death on Sept. 19, 2016. Surviving are her children, Kirk Fessenbeck of Marshall and Julie (Randy) Higginbotham of Marshall; grandchildren Reese (Abbie) Higginbotham and Paige Higginbotham; a great grandchild on the way, Nash; her siblings, Joan Graham of MO, Francis Howe of TN and Stanley Howe of FL and her faithful companion, Lacy. In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Lila Pindell and brother, Raymond “Rube” Howe. She was a faithful member of the Willow Creek Presbyterian Church where she taught Sunday School for many years and was involved with many of the church activities. She had been the director of the church camp for many years which was held at Merom, IN. An employee of Wal-Mart in Marshall for over thirty years, she had continued to work there except for the last couple of weeks. She was well known for making delicious pies, especially coconut cream, and had at one time operated a flower shop in Martinsville and loved working with flowers in her garden. Vivian was a graduate of Martinsville High School and attended Indiana Business College at Terre Haute. She truly loved her family and was always willing to help them in any way she could. Services in honor of her life and affirmation of her faith will be 12 Noon Saturday at Willow Creek Presbyterian Church, 6492 E. 400th RD, Martinsville, IL. Visitation will be from 10:00 AM until service tim Saturday at the church. Burial will be in the Butternut Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family request that for those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to the Willow Creek Presbyterian Church or to the Marshall Food and Clothing Bank. Online condolences are being accepted at pearcefuneralservices.com.