Obit: Marvin, Lloyd #2 (1903 - 1955)


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Surnames: Marvin, Ehrenreich, Bjorn


----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 07/21/1955


Marvin, Lloyd #2 (8 FEB 1903 - 13 JUL 1955)


Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2:00 from the Hoeper-Kraut Funeral Home for Lloyd Leon Marvin, 52, who passed away at the St. Joseph’s Hospital, at Marshfield, on Wednesday, July 13, 1955, at 4:40 p.m.  He had returned to the hospital on Sunday for further treatment for a coronary heart condition.


Mr. Marvin was born Feb. 8, 1903, at Oasis, Waushara Co.  The family moved to Abbotsford, then Kendall, and finally to Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), where Mr. Marvin received his education.  For the last 20 years the family has made their home east of Owen where Mr. Marvin was engaged in fur farming and meat supplier for neighboring fur farms.


The funeral services were conducted by W. T. Baker.  Two hymns, "Rest Till Morning Dawns," and "Resurrection Morn,: Were sung by Nancy Eliingson of Greenwood, who was accompanied by Mrs. Herdricks of Loyal.


Flower girls were: Mrs. Harold Koplitz, Mrs. Ben Hill, Mrs. Ebner Gustafson and Mrs. Jack Fritz.


Pallbearers were: Harold Koplitz, Bernard Lulloff, Ben Hill, Ebner Gustafson, Jack Fritz and Ervin Horn.


Mr. Marvin was preceded in death by his father, E. H. Marvin, in 1933.  Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Mable Marvin, two sisters, Mrs. I. F. Ehrenreich (Phyliss), Mrs. Edward Bjorn (Ruby).  One nephew and three nieces.


Burial was made in Riverside Cemetery.


Relatives came from Wausau, Winter, Abbotsford, Marshfield, Tomah, Kendall, Norwalk, Necedah and Wilton, Wis.



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