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I am so sorry for your loss. My dad Stanley Obrecht was a good friend of Marvin's. When I was a kid in the 80's. My dad and I would go and visit Marvin, at the shop. He was always kind to me. I have fond memories of those days.
~ A Obrecht - December 20, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss. Marvin was a very special person, always cheerful and upbeat. He will be remembered by many people as someone who was personable and happy all the time.
~ Gerry Jones - June 30, 2016
I think many would agree Marvin was a warm feeling to see and talk to, he remembered everyone and always had a wonderful story to say about them. I haven't seen Marvin at Dillons like I use to, and do miss the feeling I would get. Many in heaven are very happy now. Take care we will all see each other in time. My prayers go out to the family.
Sally (Cowan) Rivera
~ sally cowan-rivera - June 29, 2016
Sad news indeed!! I have fond memories of Marvin in high school. On my visits home I would catch him at Dillon's. He always had a smile on his face and a hug for me. He will be missed.
~ Vicki Hilterbrand Allen - June 24, 2016
We live in Overland Park and were in Junction City for my mothers funeral on the 15th of June. My sister Vannessa (Shane) Osbourn sent me the website that told of Marvin's passing. Marvin and I were in the class of 1968 at JCHS. We had several classes together through the years. I particularly remember taking Bookkeeping with Marvin. He always was so polite and nice and treated me like he was my protective big brother. I moved away when we graduated but my Dad, Fred Shane owned Cameron-Shane Auto Supply and Marvin frequented the store. He knew Marvin and I were buddies, and Marv would always ask about me.
Having just lost our mom on June 10, I acutely know how important condolences are at a time like this. I want you all to know what a very special person Marvin was. This world has been diminished by his passing.
In deepest sympathy,
Karen (Shane) Lawrence
~ Karen (Shane) Lawrence - June 23, 2016
Marvin was a true friend , always willing to help . We spent many a teenage night cruising the county roads and having great times . He was so proud of the lace paint work he did on his dump trucks , really a talented guy. Starvin Marvin always saw the good in people , was a true friend and will be sadly missed . My condolences to family , I will miss his Junction City updates and our phone calls. Rest in peace my friend.
~ Mark Hauser - June 20, 2016
Marvin was a good man who I always looked forward to conversing with at Stacey's and at Dillon's or where ever I ran into him, as he always put a smile on my face. When I was in high school Marvin would invite me over for dinner on more then one occasion and the man should have been a professional chef, it was that good! My family always considered Marvin to be family and he also had a close relationship with my Grandfather Robert Ray.
My thoughts and prayers go out to Diane and the rest of Marvin's family. He was truly a great man and always willing to bring a smile to anyone at anytime.
~ Lee Potter - June 18, 2016
Marvin was my friend from the first day I met him! He would have me laughing until my stomach hurt! When he learned I knew Katrina we talked a lot about Bailey and Mitchel! I knew their schedules by memory because he would always let me know what they were up to!
You find very few honest, well meaning people in this life and Marvin was both! He would always start a conversation off by saying you are a great person but you must do something about that pile of dirt at JCMS! He will be missed by me and many people!
~ Ronald Walker - June 16, 2016
Marvin was an amazing, kind hearted soul. He always called his longtime friends every holiday just to visit and let them know he was thinking of them and cared. Thank you, Marvin, for continuing to call my mom after my Dad passed away. And Marvins cooking skills ....I could never live up to in my sons eyes. Lee thought of Marvins cooking as the best of the best. Marvin felt like family. Rest in Peace my friend......And prayers for his loving family.
~ Donna Potter - June 16, 2016
Sending thoughts and prayers to all the family of Marvin- So sorry for your loss. Caught us by surprise. I am Hanahs Dad.
~ Richard Peterson - June 16, 2016
Quite a shock, just talked with him on phone. In our younger days we had good times. Wanted to know the "scoop", just call Marvin or he'd call me. Was one of a kind, was so sorry to hear. Now he can catch up with his folks, were a close little family. Going to miss him.
~ Connie Puett - June 15, 2016
I will miss you Marvin. We went back a long way. High School was a blast with you, especially gym class!
I especially liked our conversations on the fly if we ran into each other in public. We had so much to discuss and never enough time to get it all in.
Rest in peace my friend.
~ James Kelly - June 15, 2016
Long time friend and good buddy you will be missed. Tell your stories to the Angels.
~ Kenny Upham - June 15, 2016
Rest in peace Marvin. I have good memories of you and your mom and dad from childhood, all through school and adult life too. Thanks for being a pallbearer for my mom and dad. God bless your loved ones.
~ DeAnn Champ Rowell - June 14, 2016
Sympathy and prayers go to you Diane and your family. Rest in peace, Marvin. We will miss seeing you.
~ Shirley Bowers - June 14, 2016
So sorry to hear of Marvin's passing. I'll miss seeing him at Dillon's or bringing flowers into the nursing home. I never got away without a wild story about when we were kids. Marvin will always be a part of the Champ family. Love and prayers to the family.
Sincerely, Nancy & Patricia
~ Nancy Champ - June 14, 2016
I have many Memories of Marvin. He lived across the street from my Fathers truck garage. Marvin was the same age as my sister. We would get togather with Marvin and his parents many times when we were youngsters. RIP Marvin. Thoughts and prayers to his family.
~ Rainelle Prudhomme - June 14, 2016
I am so very sorry to hear of Marvin's death. He and I went to high school together, and he was as great a guy then as when I returned to JC to work in 2000. I will miss our conversations wherever I saw him, but mostly at Dillons. He was kind, smart, funny, and I know loving because of the way he talked about his family. He never neglected to say hello, but his greeting didn't stop at that. Between the two of us, he took great pride in the fact that I was his grand daughter's teacher. Junction City has once again lost one of its great ambassadors. Please accept my deepest condolences.
~ Linda Powers - June 14, 2016