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Marvin S. Bocaner

Mar 16, 1936 - Mar 28, 2012 (Age 76)

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Thinking of you and the family around the anniversary of your birthday and the day we lost you! However, you will always be in my thoughts. I miss you very much, Uncle Marv.

Judy Sacknoff

I miss you Dad.

Deepest condolences, dear Amy bien-aimée, to you and to your family, from both me and Barbara.

I am so very sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I know you will miss him terribly, but I hope you will find comfort in your many happy memories. Here for you if you need me.

My deepest sympathy goes out to you Aunt Glo and your family. I will never forget the wonderful quiet times I spent with Uncle Marv during my younger years.

Marvin was always a dear uncle - and a favorite friend. A voice of reason, someone I admired for his ability to combine family, the outdoors, and a successful business life and find time for community service too. A true role model. I did my first sailboat race with him (I was the crew) and we won the very first race! It started a life long passion for sailing and racing in me. I skied with him on the river in winter, and always wished he could visit me in Idaho, and then Oregon - but I...

My condolences to the Bocaner family. I became acquainted with Marvin when we had our bathrooms renovated. He was so helpful, and made sure everything was exactly to our liking. You have my sincere sympathy.

Amy - So sorry for your loss. My mother passed away in December so I know your pain. With deepest sympathy.

Hello Gloria and Family, You have our Sympathy. Marv and I shared some High School Classes and had respect for him and his Strong Capabilities. Your parents became friends with my parents during their younger years. Love, Bev Malek, Harmsen