My Father was a man of deep convictions.
I would always tell him the world did have grey areas and he let me know there was only right and wrong.
He was a consummate gentleman who opened your door and stood when you walked in the room.
So Expectations were high when I was looking for a mate.
He cared deeply for my Mother who was his true soul mate.
They shared a special bond and deep respect for each other.
Their love taught me that devotion was key to a long and happy marriage.
My Father was a peaceful man who always sought compromise.
He loved to garden.
He grew peach tress, squash, tomatoes and one year even corn. His flower garden was his pride and joy.
He loved to throw a barbecue and he and Mr. Poole could write a book on grilling.
I always thought my Mother was the smart one because she did the crosswords every morning and then I watched my Father make A's in College.
I admired him and will always carry his love in my heart. There were no words left unspoken between us.
My family knows he has shown us the way and we just need to follow.
God's many blessings to the Caulton Family.You are in our thoughts and prayers.From The Spain Family
Sir, I would just like to say thank you for your years of dedicated service and sacrifice for our Country when you when you served in the U.S, Armed Forces-especially during WW II and the Korean War. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.
We, the Old-Timers who worked alongside you at the David Carrasco Job Corps Center, respected and admired you. You were always a true gentleman and a dedicated teacher. Marvin, thank you for your service to the Job Corps, and we thank you for your service to our Country. Marvin, rest in peace. We will miss you.
Marvin was a surrogate father to me. Always treated me like it was pure pleasure to see me. Thanks for all the kind words, hugs and smiles. You will be missed.
You not only taught me, you showed me how to be a true gentleman.I will miss all of our conversations, your spirit lives through me. Thank you!
Your Grandson - "Tony".