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April 15, 1939 - August 21, 2020

The family is planning private celebration of Marvis’ life. Memorial contributions may be made to Eleanor’s Pantry or the American Lung Association, c/o the funeral home.

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Just learned of Marvis' passing this week, when I saw john Walton's obit. Had lost track when COVID set in, but have some very good memories of conversations and laughter at Louie's and Texas Corral. My sincere condolences to Marvis' family and her many friends. I will miss her.

Posted by Grace Martinez on December 17, 2021

Marvis you were a sassy classy lady enjoyed our time together lunches dinners shopping trips & just loving the good sweet person you are I am gonna miss the heck out of ya but I have a lot of awesome memories of our adventures very deep heartfelt sincerely your friend Deanna glad we exchanged love yous when you left miller court

Posted by Deanna Gates on September 2, 2020

Marvis was a very nice lady. I enjoyed having a few beers with her. She always was smiling, especially when she started seeing John, they were great together. John, I'm so sorry for your loss, she will be sadly missed.

Posted by Laura Miller-Newman on August 25, 2020

Marvis always made me laugh! She was always dressed so classy and had an opinion about everything. The sassy girl will be missed! Thoughts and prayers to the family and John.

Posted by Karen Jansheski on August 24, 2020

So sorry for the loss of your mom. I haven’t seen her for some time now but I’m sure she will walk beside you every day

Posted by Linda Radloff on August 24, 2020


Posted by BARBARA & BILL ADAMS on August 23, 2020

Dear Kim , Kelly and family, your mom was someone you always new what she was thinking, she really didn’t hide it and she made me laugh a lot. I know she was proud of you girls ,Garreck and Hailey and she thought the world of those sons in-law. She will be missed and l am so happy I got too spend some time cooking with her on a few Thanksgivings. I hope you all find peace on how much you did for her and how much she loved you all. Pam R

Posted by Pam Rhodes on August 22, 2020

Marvis you were one of the strongest women I ever knew. You did so much for me when I was young and I will never be able to thank you enough for starting to take me school shopping when I earned money for the first time. I have so many memories with you and Kelly and Kim. You were my second mom my best friends mom. I am going to miss you.

Posted by Nettie Overloop on August 22, 2020

Marvis always made me laugh. Quite a spitfire.

Posted by Donna Rickli on August 22, 2020