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February 25, 2018
Marvin was always so sweet & uplifting when I called a wonderful husband & man, for sure. Love, Auntie Barb
February 24, 2018
Dearest Mary, Dave and I would like to express our deepest sympathy for the loss of Marvin. He was truly an inspiration. I remember seeing him many mornings in the USU Cafe getting breakfast for the two of you. We would strike up conversations about many different topics. However, when he spoke about you his eyes would light up and he'd have a big smile on his face. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this time.
February 24, 2018
Mary, from the moment I met your husband I knew he was a very special man. He was not only a patriot, having served our country for 30 years. He was a friend to all he met. His genuine friendship and kindness toward my parents, my children, and me, is why I was honored to call him him my adopted older brother. Marvin was a wonderful man with a smile for everyone and a big heart for love; and, I miss him everyday. Mary, the past few years were not easy for you but through it all you showed grace and beauty and true sacrifice. You were the light of Marvin's life and I know even though he is in a better place now, you are watched by him each and every single day. May God continue to keep you safe and provide you with strength to endure the loss. You are loved and we, your friends and family, mourn Marvin's loss with you. My deepest condolences. Arta
February 22, 2018
Marvin's laugh, his smile and his gentle words will be forever engrained in my memory. The simple fact that he made my dearest sister-in-law so happy was enough for me to love him from the start but his sparkle and enduring friendship was what made me continue to love and cherish the relationship as part of the family. Never far from our thoughts and always in our hearts. This world lost a tremendous man and the Heavenly world gained an angel.
February 15, 2018
Although we lost a beautiful friend, we are blessed with the love he gave us. For now you have to let your heart heal, and honor all that he was. Like everyone else who knew Marvin, we will alays remember his stories and his smile and love for you and we can't forget Chase. I'll never forget the morning's when he used to come here and tell his Army stories, it was like he was reliving them all over again, he always had that gleem in his eyes about how proud he was to have been there. I'll also will never forget the love he had for you, and you for him, it showed everyday in his eyes. It was my pleasure to have known him and he will be deeply missed. My prayers are with you, love, Dee
February 13, 2018
Mary -- Senator Inouye and I truly enjoyed your friendship over the years. You have made a real difference in the lives of so many. My thoughts and prayers are with thee. ALOHA, Pat
February 12, 2018
Amoo Marvin was so kind and gentle. We loved our time with him playing with his train set. We will miss seeing his smiling face and his stories. Ameh Mary, we know you miss Amoo but he is now with God and like our grand parents he will watch over you. Andrew and Tara
February 10, 2018
It is with heavy heart and sadness that we extend our sincere sympathy . Marvin was a very precious human being. May GOD rest his soul. Tammy and Everett.
February 10, 2018
Great to see the picture of Marvin proudly wearing the uniform of a U.S. Army non-commissioned officer - with a tightly trimmed moustache. Seemed like I would always meet him in the parking garage at USU. He would either have just dropped off Mary or be waiting patiently for her. I had served in the Army too and we would always tell the same stories. The difference between me, an officer, and Marvin was that he had "worked for a living." And my favorite, BG Canham arriving at a German bunker in Cannes for the formal surrender of a German Army shortly after D-Day and being asked for his credentials. "These are my credentials," Canham replied, pointing with his thumbs at the two young sergeants who accompanied him. Marvin appreciated these oft-repeated stories and I know that Mary appreciated them, too. He was her rock, her steadfast companion, and her confident for many years - the non-commissioned officer at her side during the challenging times she served as a USU vice president. Marvin, I salute you. Thanks for your service. Jeb Baker, COL, U.S. Army (retired), USU General Counsel (1999-2013).
February 08, 2018
I never saw Marvin without a smile on his face. He was a true gentleman. Mary, how truly blessed you were to have each other for so many years. I only wish it could have been longer. He will be missed. With much respect, Mary Schwartz

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