Several years ago, I wrote a story for the Grundy County Herald about Marvin's hobby of making wooden chains.
During his work life, he was one of the few people to work, in both, a salt mine and a coal mine.
My sincere sympathy is extended to his family and friends.
Palmer Town Historian
Uncle Marvin treated me more as his daughter than his niece. Had many loving years with him growing up. Wishing him peace. He lived a wonderful life and had wonderful people in it. Love you my angel
This man, my Daddy, taught me how to love and stand by the ones you love, no matter how hard it may be at times. He taught me to have a strong work ethic and to find humor in almost everything. He and my Mother were wonderful parents and I am so glad they were mine. He was not perfect but he was the perfect Dad for me. I love you Daddy and I know I will see you again one day. Momma Betty, I love you too and am so thankful God brought you into Daddy's life after my Momma was gone on to Glory. You have been a faithful and loving helpmate to him and you will forever be my other Momma and Granny Betty to my kids.