Marcia Stamp Rider of \nSaxonburg Road, Butler, died surrounded by family \nmembers at her home on Saturday, April 15, 2023. A \nvictim of Early Onset Alzheimer's Disease, she was \nsixty-eight.\n\nMarcia was born at Butler County Memorial Hospital \non July 15, 1954, to Marilyn Raybuck Stamp and \nRobert L. Stamp. She grew up in Cranberry Township \nand graduated from Seneca Valley High School.\n\nAfter her first marriage and the birth and early \nchildhood of her two sons, Marcia returned to \nschool. She earned an associate's degree in nursing, \nmagna cum laude, at Butler County Community College \nand her bachelor's degree in nursing at Carlow \nUniversity. She specialized first in psychiatric and \nthen geriatric nursing.\n\nMarcia's career as a nurse and nursing administrator \nincluded stints at BCMH, St. John's Specialty Care \nCenter in Mars, and Tandem Healthcare, among other \ncompanies in Pennsylvania and later in Florida. In \nall settings, she was devoted to her patients and \nresidents, many of whom became her friends.\n\nMarcia is survived by her husband, Paul Donaldson of \nButler; her beloved sons, Jason Sapienza of Prospect \nand Anthony Sapienza of Harmony; her brothers, \nThomas Stamp of Gambier, Ohio, and Dr. Jeffrey Stamp \n(Dr. Beth Painter Stamp) of Little Rock, Arkansas; \nher niece, Alexis Stamp Boster of Van Buren, \nArkansas; her nephew, Benjamin Stamp of Monterey, \nCalifornia; an uncle, Karl Raybuck of Mentor, Ohio; \nand numerous dear cousins and other relatives.\n\nIn accordance with Marcia's wishes, there will be no \nmemorial service. A celebration of her life will be \nscheduled for a later date. For those who wish to \nmake memorial gifts, the family suggests donating to \nthe Alzheimer's Foundation of America or local \nAlzheimer's charity.\n\nArrangements have been entrusted to Thompson-Miller \nFuneral Home, Inc., 124 E. North St., Butler, PA \n16001.