Marvin Francis Fremont was born Aug. 3, 1960 in St. Anthony, Idaho. He went home to be with his Lord and Savior due to an accident on June 14, 2012. Marvin attended schools in Maudlow and Wilsall. He graduated from Wilsall High School in 1979.
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Marvin set an example on how to love without condition. He always saw the best in everyone. He never met a stranger. He believed everyone needed to be treated with integrity and respect. He was the example of kindness and unselfishness.
Marvin loved his life as a logger. He was most at home in the woods. He was an avid hunter and tracker. He enjoyed spending time getting wood and fishing with his Dad and his son and laughing and joking with his three daughters.
Marvin is survived by his wife, Marcy Fremont; son, Gavin and unborn daughter of the family home; three daughters, Amanda (Tegrity) Carroll, Paris Fremont, Libby Fremont, and their mother, Lisa Fremont, all of Bozeman; step-children, Temerald Harris and Cristian Harris of White Sulphur; parents, Duane and Lois Fremont of Wilsall; three brothers, Craig (Tracy) Fremont of Clyde Park, Mark Fremont of San Antonio, Texas, Dwight Fremont of Hong Kong; two sisters, Lauretta (Dan) Skattum of Paradise Valley, his twin Muriel (George) Boyd of Ennis and numerous nieces and nephews.
Services will be held at the Christian Missionary Alliance Church in White Sulphur on Wednesday, June 20, at 2 p.m. Twichel Funeral Home in White Sulphur is in charge of arrangements. A fund has been set up for Gavin and his baby sister at the Bank of the Rockies in WSS.
Published in Bozeman Daily Chronicle from June 18 to June 19, 2012