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Marvin Richard Chauvin

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Dear Shirley, I met you a few times with Marv at different functions for WLIG-TV. I just found out about Marv's passing and I am deeply saddened. Marv was the greatest to have worked with everyday. My memories are precious to me. It was always a pleasure to come to work. My deepest condolences to you and your family.
Donna Apfel

Condolences to the Chauvin family. Even in such a sad time, whenever I think of your family and your dad, I smile. So much fun we had as kids.....so many laughs. I think of those days often.

All my best,

John Walsh



John Walsh

My sympathy to the Chauvin family. I knew Marv from working with Msgr.Tom Hartman at Telecare, the Catholic television station on Long Island, and through WLNY-TV10/55. He was respected and liked by all of us at Telecare. There should be more people in the world like him. Sincerely, Veronica Allocca

I had a chance to work with Marvin when I was an intern at WOOD TV in 1972. He was a great teacher. My thoughts are with your family. Very truly sorry for your loss.

To all the Chauvin family, im sorry to hear about Marv's passing...may God bless you all

Dad

A fellow Spartan and a good Broadcast
friend of many years. Marv, you were
"one of a kind".

Sorry to hear the news - Marv was a great guy and an excellent broadcaster. He was most instrumental in the success of the NATPE.
Rest in peace, Marv,

Herb Victor

To Shirley and the Chauvin Family,
I just heard the sad news, and I am very sorry for your loss. I met Marv as a Client at WLNY-TV55, and we quickly became true friends, sharing a passion for Golf and many other combined interests! He witnessed my first Hole-in-One at Brookville C.C., by noting, when I was exasperated over not finding my ball, "why don't you look in the hole?"! As I think back on our many moments together, it brings an immediate smile to my face, and I know...

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Marvin's Obituary

Marvin Richard Chauvin, age 77 of Ada, passed away Wednesday, March 27, 2013. He was preceded in death by his sister, Jane Murphy. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Shirley; children, Michelle (Mark) Petz, Lynn (Larry Stuewe) Chauvin, Jim (Gail) Chauvin, Lisa (Tim) Cotter, Bob Chauvin, Jim...

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