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Marlan Stanford Kvigne

San Diego, Ca, California

1943 - 2019

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Marlan Stanford Kvigne February 27, 1943 - September 5, 2019 San Diego, CA Marlan Stanford Kvigne, much loved husband, father, grandfather (Papa), nephew, cousin, friend to many, and never failing kind hearted soul, died from complications of Parkinson's disease on September 5, 2019, at age 76....

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Please accept our condolences on your loss. Tom had a high regard for Marlan. They bonded over satellite laser comms. Often, they talked after work, personal stuff, or fishing. Tom still laughs about the skit he & Marlan put together at Capt. Pestorius' farewell event. Make sure you take a blue ring, not a green one! We we're fortunate to have met Eric, a fine man.

I worked with Marlan for many years and he was the nicest, most generous person. He would bring in roses from his yard and share them and never had a bad word to say about anyone. He is truly missed!

Marlan was a true gentleman and a class act. He helped me during my early career at NOSC and set an example of how to manage. Rest in peace.

Marlan made many significant contributions to U S Navy communication systems during his career. He will be missed.

Dr. Kvigne was such a special man and a pleasure to work with. He was always kind hearted, treated all with respect and spoke so lovingly of his wife and family. A true mentor to so many of us that worked with him.

Dr. Kvigne was such a sweet & special man. When I was the new secretary for his group he was one of my favorites. I hope his family know how many others at the Lab felt that way about Marlan.

Rest in peace, good friend and mentor!
I cherish all the time I spent working with you and traveling with you on many work assignments.
You were a true friend and mentor. You will be remembered for all the good times we had while we worked together on many projects.
Until we meet again, Rudy Krautwald

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.