Marvin Orlando Aguilar

New Orleans, Louisiana


New Orleans, Louisiana


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Marvin Orlando Aguilar, age 44, an army veteran and paratrooper, died suddenly from complications of Covid 19 in New Orleans, Louisiana on July 11, 2020. Marvin is survived by his wife of 14 years, Ursula Rochon, children Jace Gregory and Brynn Alexandria, mother Aida, brothers Sargent William Castro Usaf (Doris) of Misawa, Japan and Christhoper, sisters Genevie and Kimberly Aguilar and godchildren Sophia and Lucia Castro. Marvin was employed by the Hilton Riverside as a director and was also a semi-pro soccer player. He was an avid body builder. In lieu of Covid 19 restrictions, a memorial will be held at a later date. You may sign the guestbook on Gertrude Geddes Willis Funeral Home Inc. in charge, (504) 522-2525.

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My condolences to the family in this difficult time.

Dear Ursula, Greg, and Janet, I was so shocked and very sad to read of the loss of Marvin for all of you and his children. Sending your Family Healing Prayers and Love. Love always, Candy Kirby and Family

Primo cuanta falta haces mi. Hermano pero se que estas con el señor no olvidaremos las vivencias que tuvimos de niños estarás siempre en nuestros corazones

Marvin you will be sadly missed, you were a very nice person and Coworker. I’ll keep your family in my prayers, Continue to rest on in Paradise my friend

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

The years may pass but still you stay..... as near and dear as yesterday.

I love you brother I will always have you in my heart forever. ❤

To my dear cousin, you were taken too soon..I pray for your children During this difficult time especially for your sweet baby son whom you just welcomed in this world who will not know his Papi. I will hold onto the wonderful memories of us as kids and the fun times we had. Rest In Peace cousin ❤

I’m so sorry for your loss. I will keep you & the kids in my prayers.

Ursula Jace, Brynn, and family, Marvin was a wonderful husband and father, Brother, Son, son-in-law and friend. May he rest in peace. Our prayers will be with him and with us all.