My beloved husband was needed in heaven this Thursday morning. He had to go immediately, while he took his last breath. I know without a doubt, he received a big bear hug from his Lord Savior Jesus Christ, as He said, “Welcome home my son!” Halleluiah! Praise the Lord! He has no pain, no cancer, no heartache, no tears, just joy, happiness and so much love that his heart is at 200 percent, instead of 40 percent. He will get to see all of his four brothers, parents, other family and friends. Oh! What a day of rejoicing!
Marvin was raised in Guthrie. He was the middle son. He could be mischievous, but he came by it honestly with help from older brothers. He moved to El Reno, married and had two children; Susan Harper (Maui) and Johnny Hutson (El Reno). He had three grandchildren; Jennifer Tapler, Jeremy Harper, and Hillary Hutson. Also, two great-grandsons; Dean Tapler and Trevor Felz.
Marvin loved and helped with car racing, Boy Scouts, taught Sunday school, believed in Falls Creek to help guide kids in God’s direction. He loved his church family at Southpark. His passion was being Santa Claus to children, elderly and especially the handicap for over 20 years. Health issues made him stop.
He worked for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company for over 39 years. He did various jobs, but retired as an estimate assignor in Oklahoma City. He did volunteer work for Telephone Pioneers of America.
Marvin met his Angie, while she was volunteering at a fundraiser at Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. They married at 7 a.m. at Silver Dollar Wilderness Church in Branson, Missouri and lived in Moore.
Today June 10th is their wedding anniversary of 38 beloved years. Angie wants to say, “I love you honey, miss you and will see you soon.”