• Olthof Funeral Home
    Elmira, NY
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February 01, 2014
Karen, Denny and Family - So sorry to learn of your Dear Dad's passing. You know he is in a much better place, where there is no pain or suffering. May your many memories help you through the difficult days ahead. You are in our many thoughts and prayers.
February 01, 2014
He will be greatly missed. He was always quiet and gentle and always there for all our family. Love and healing prayers to all.
Love, Cece
February 01, 2014
Karen & Family-So sorry to hear of your father's passing. It's so hard to lose our parents. You'll be in my thoughts and prayers.-LeVon & Jim Ketter
February 01, 2014
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. He will truly be missed.
February 01, 2014
To all of the family:
Whether it was serving in the military in one of the worst theaters, or putting out a fire from a misguided cherry bomb, or helping to install flooring, or a bay window, Marion was always there to help, to lend a hand, to do everything he could to make someone elses life a little better. He never was boastful or looked for praise. He would rather give praise to someone else. I remember flying with him on several occasions, always an enjoyable and learning experience. What I remember most was his gentle and quiet way, always there with a smile, a firm handshake and a genuine interest in the world around him. He will be sorely missed.

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