Marsden-Lovell-Obituary

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Marsden Alves Lovell

Klein, Texas

May 7, 1930 – Sep 21, 2020 (Age 90)

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BORN
May 7, 1930
DIED
September 21, 2020
AGE
90
LOCATION
Klein, Texas

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Marsden Alves Lovell, passed away at his home in Houston, Texas on September 21, 2020 after a three year battle with stomach cancer. 


Marsden was born to Phillip and Matilda Lovell in Georgetown, Guyana. Marsden lived all over the world and enjoyed many adventures. After living in the Caribbean, he moved to England where he lived for over a decade, then he moved to Canada for ten years, and finally resided in Houston, Texas, USA for the last 40 years of his life.


Marsden was a force of nature, determined to provide for his family and give them a successfully happy life, which he felt they deserved. His family meant more to him than anything else in the world, and he always tried his best to support them. He was unendingly proud of his children and wife of 43 years, Diane. He worked hard during his career as a master plumber and entrepreneur.  He owned M&D Plumbing, a company which was named after Marsden & Diane, as a tribute to their strong partnership as husband and wife.


Marsden was also an outgoing gentleman, who never met a stranger. His jovial laugh, dry sense of humor and boisterous personality created a positive light for all that knew him. His vast worldly knowledge encouraged others to respect all cultures and people.


There will be a grave side funeral service on Monday, October 5, 2020 at 2:00 PM CST at Klein Funeral Memorial Park Spring-Klein located at 9714 FM 2920, Tomball, Texas 77375. The memorial service will be available to view virtually, the link will be posted prior to the ceremony.


Marsden's service can be viewed live at : https://youtu.be/1oJAnzocizk

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Love and deepest sympathy to you and your family, Diane

Love and condolences to Aunt Diane and all the family on the loss of Uncle Marsden. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Much Love Rosalie xx

Lovell family my deepest regards for the loss of your dear husband, father, uncle ,brother friend. May God wrap his arms around you during this difficult time.

We're praying God's grace and strenght continue to rest upon you all during this time. We always enjoyed the visits with uncle Marsden and aunt Diane Leanne and Arthur the talks and laughter and fun moments together. He was always sharing his ideas and giving interesting business advice to us.
Nephew Maurice wife Sandra and children Mark Francine Cecilio Kaneesha send all of our love always and God's blessings!

RIP Marsden. Thank you for being a loving husband to my sister. My sympathy and condolences to Diane and all the family. He will live on in our hearts as a man with a big heart, big smile, and huge laugh. Our world is indeed a wonderful world for having had him with us.

Condolences Diane and family. So many memories and an infectous laugh that I'll have of a great man to remember. RIP Marsden.

I will always remember Uncle Marsden & Aunt Diane's trips back to Canada to visit with us and Grannie; many memories and laughs will be remembered from those times. Most importantly what I'll remember is how much he loved to talk to us about his family; what Leanne and the boys were doing and just how happy he made my Aunt Diane. I am so grateful that we were all able to have that Family Zoom call back in May, it meant a lot then but means even more now

Uncle John was a gentle spirit and what a lovely celebration of life. Thank you for sharing his home going, thank you Aunt Diane for loving my uncle and making memories with him that will live on forever. I am sorry that I was not able to make it.

Uncle Marsden can you do me a favour? Can you give a big hug to all our family up there with you and know that big hugs, both real and virtual, are being given to your family down here. Your smile and presence will be missed but all the memories will be forever remembered. Xoxoxo